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Manyoo ticket latest

Unsurprisingly so, as so often happen when the 'big boys' come to town, The Pompey Site has released details advising people that 'only a handful of tickets' are left for the game against Manyoo on Saturday 28th November.

Full details are below...

PLAY UP POMPEY!

Manchester United Ticket Update

There are only a handful of tickets left for Pompey's home match against Manchester United at the end of the month.

Only single seats are available, with restricted views.

These tickets can only be purchased in person at the ticket office in Rodney Road, or by calling 0844 847 1898 (option 6).

The match will be played on Saturday, November 28. Kick-off is 3pm.


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Writer: pompeyrug Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday November 5 2009

Time: 3:46PM

Your Comments

I'd rather watch us play against a team in our bit of the division where we have a better chance of getting a result.
wellyit
Our home record against Man U isn't bad wellyit and the mood the team's in we could get a result.
PFCblue
Our home record against Man Utd in the Premier League: Played 6, Won 3, drawn 1, lost 2
pros7
Could be another record gate then!! Not a surprise a sell out with Manyoo though!
eastneydave
Its good to see us selling out FP again. And with the drums back, should be a fab atmosphere! Looking forward to it already. And you know what . . you never know!
tracyc
i would not be at all surprised if we did manyoo - we seem 'nicely set-up' for it this season...

it always disappoints me tho that these games sell out no question - are people really going to watch pompey in that case?
pompeyrug
Rug the answer to your question is...A big fat NO! But still a full Fratton is good, as is our record against Man U.
pentonpompey
 

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