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Twenty Thousand The Limit For Cardiff City

Cardiff City host Arsenal at Ninian Park with around 20,000 expected for the mouthwatering encounter. It should be a tremendous and hostile atmosphere for the Gunners but don't under-estimate the Gunners with 4000+ supporters of their own - the North London contingent will make up over 20% of the capacity.


Gooners in the Grange End, Cardiff City fans in the Bob Bank, Canton End and Grandstand. Additional security measures have been put in place, including extra precautions for leaving the ground - make sure you arrive in plenty of time and follow directions to leave the stadium.


We've had a few near sell-outs this season - but this will be different.The Grange Enders will move across to the Bob Bank Terrace in force, presumably at the Grange End side. That and the vociferous supporters in lower Grandstand should meaning the travelling Arsenal Fans are encapulated by a wall of noise and Ninian Park will surely be bouncing.


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Writer: Bluebirdshroom Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday January 23 2009

Time: 1:18PM

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