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First ever meeting with Crawley on sky

First ever meeting with Crawley on sky

Pompey fans looking forward to making the trip to Crawley for the first ever time will now have to do so on a Sunday as this has been changed due to sky.

The game at Broadfield was meant to be played on Saturday 8th September but will now be played on Sunday 9th so it can be shown live on the box.

Changing dates in itself, whilst a pain, is made all the worse by the fact that it will now kick-off at 3.30pm. This is annoying in some ways as a kick-off at such a time may well make it tough for some to make the journey that otherwise would have on the Saturday?

Hey ho, what can you do!

Then again on the flip side with the number of away fans that will be able to get tickets for this game going to be limited anyway 'perhaps' more will now find it 'easier' to actually get a ticket after all...

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Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Tuesday June 26 2012
Time: 9:59PM

Comments

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thought we had avoided the dreaded involvement of Sky,messes it up for me, lets hope they don't do the double and get promoted again si ican go next season.
jimsmithswig
26/06/2012 22:33:00
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I hate sky
Ihatemidweektvgames
27/06/2012 08:11:00
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I dont hate sky and I'll probably go ; I've never been to the mighty Town as a Pompey fan
russellm
27/06/2012 19:17:00
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Been as a hired hawks fan though
russellm
27/06/2012 19:18:00
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I've missed more games through sky moving games than for any other reason. Suppose its my fault for marrying a lass from Dartford & moving there!!
Ihatemidweektvgames
28/06/2012 08:05:00
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