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Hull v Man City Sold Out

Hull v Man City Sold Out

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Manchester City's next Premier League opponents, Hull City have sold out KC Stadium.

The game, scheduled to kick-off at 4pm, Sunday 16 November is available live on Sky Sports 1.

The Kingston Communications Stadium seating capacity is 25,404.



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Writer:Tudor
Date:Monday November 10 2008
Time: 5:19PM

Comments

0
sold out .. nice to see fans supporting their team... hope we can dissapoint them :D
ArabianKnight
10/11/2008 18:04:00
0
Time to give it everything and more. We've got some rags to beat at the end of this month.
Johnny Baguette
10/11/2008 18:14:00
0
You can't blame Tigers for fancying their chances against City at the moment. They've taken many high profile scalps this season -- but City will be different. When we've got our backs to the wall we do have players who can up their game. SWP, Robinho and Ireland will be key to how we do... We need a good win to raise our morale for the Gooners and Manyoo.
Sindbad
10/11/2008 18:59:00
0
Not many games have been sold out this season, especially televised ones, so it's a credit to them and City's loyal following.
oliverblue
10/11/2008 19:31:00
0
thats good really.......as they ...like us...have lost their last 3 games !!!
lincolnblue
11/11/2008 07:54:00
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