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Chasetown 'Go-Ahead' For Cardiff Tie

Chasetown 'Go-Ahead' For Cardiff Tie

Non-league minnows have succeeded in ensuring their 3rd round FA Cup tie against Cardiff City can be held at their tiny home ground.


The Scholars' Ground, Chasetown was the venue for their previous victory, an impressive win over League 1 side Port Vale, now they bring a bigger club to the ground and hoe for more of the same.


There were doubts over the ground's capability to hod such a high profile tie, but credit to both clubs and the police for agreeing safety precautions and allowing real football fans to benefit. There was never any doubt that Chasetown wanted to host the game and that is now possible after all parties agreed. The Bluebirds will bring their own contigent of stewards to help with the safety aspects.



Cardiff City have been allocated 600 tickets for the tie, whilst the overall capacity is set at 2030. The game will be played on Saturday January 5, kicking off at 1pm.



Writer:Bluebirdshroom
Date:Thursday December 20 2007
Time: 3:43PM

Comments

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Come on Chasetown, another upset please!
saint spud
20/12/2007 17:36:00
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haha lol
jamie_r
20/12/2007 18:24:00
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Rest in peace Chasetown !
westonal
20/12/2007 19:47:00
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the whole UK against us! Just a normal match for CCFC fans!
bluebirdshroom
20/12/2007 21:10:00
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please stuff the blades on satdi for all us owls. thanx
mick66owl
21/12/2007 00:26:00
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Chasetown V Cardiff = 11 men against 11 men, you just never know!!
Millwalljohn
21/12/2007 04:38:00
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come on you chasetown. sorry cardiff but everyone wants the underdog to win except you
mick66owl
21/12/2007 12:01:00
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cardiff city are always the underdog...............so come on............................ and millwall...wolves...and the orient are playin close by so come on
bluebird04
22/12/2007 16:26:00
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