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Cardiff City FC have gone all out to get fans inside Ninian Park, and onside with the Bluebirds for the crucial next home game when Ipswich Town come to visit.


A protest is already planned for outside Ninian Park after the game, to voice displeasure over recent form and the decision to grant manager Dave Jones a stay of execution at the club.


Tickets for the make-or-break game have seen their prices slashed as the club tries to fill Ninian Park and get supporters behind the team.


The prices will now be just £10 for adults, and £1 for concessions in all areas of the ground.



Even with the current slump in form, these prices are likely to attract many back to 'Fortress' Ninian and it is advisable to grab the tickets early.



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Writer:Bluebirdshroom
Date:Friday November 16 2007
Time: 11:33AM

Comments

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That's gotta be good news for you. £10? Bargin!
BlindJak
16/11/2007 15:09:00
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With the players you have signed, thought you would be a lot higher in the table, so surprised that gimmicks are needed
miked_joker
17/11/2007 19:43:00
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Always good to see a club slash prices or are they just wanting more fans to demonstrate against Jones?
dazza71
18/11/2007 19:01:00
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A good gesture, especially extending it to away fans too. Shows the club are serious about turning it around as another bad performance in front of a big crowd would spell disaster.
Bonesy
19/11/2007 21:43:00
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