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7 Fixture Changes To Be Made

7 Fixture Changes To Be Made

Swansea City have confirmed they have agreed 7 fixture changes for next season with the respective clubs.

The following fixtures are set to be changed:

VS CHELTENHAM (A)
Moved forward a day to Friday 7th September (7:45pm) due to the Euro 2008 qualifiers being played on the Saturday.

VS CARLISLE (H)
Wales are playing Australia in the Rugby World Cup so the home game at Carlisle will also be brought forward a day and will be played on Friday September 14th (7:45pm).

VS BRIGHTON (H)
The home game against Brighton on Saturday 29th September will now kick off at 1.30pm, not 3pm as Wales face Fiji in the Rugby World Cup.

VS HUDDERSFIELD (H)
This game will also be moved to a Friday (November 16th, 7:45pm) as Wales play the Republic of Ireland in a Euro 2008 qualifier.

VS CHELTENHAM (H)
The game on Boxing Day will kick off an hour earlier at 2pm.

VS OLDHAM (H)
This game on Saturday 2nd February also kicks off an hour earlier at 2pm as Wales face England at home in the Six Nations.

VS LUTON (H)
This game has been moved to the Friday 22nd February (7:45pm) as Wales face Italy at home in the Six Nations.

These changes are subject to them being agreed by the Football League. As yet they are unconfirmed.



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Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Friday June 22 2007
Time: 6:42PM

Comments

0
Rovers have had a few changes to, a few more to come aswell i think.
pandapops
22/06/2007 20:53:00
0
i'm not a big fan of friday night games, i love saturday football!
KevinE
22/06/2007 21:24:00
0
Doesn't make much difference to me I'll be there either way.
barrydoom
23/06/2007 14:39:00
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Due to work and playing Football myself i miss most Saturday games so midweek fixtures are my bread and butter.
g4nty
29/06/2007 15:34:00
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