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Kick-off times changed

Filed: Tuesday, 6th July 2004
By: Steve Barlow

Millwall and Boxing Day games to kick-off early ...

Rather unsuprisingly it has been announced that as last year, both our forthcoming fixtures against Millwall will have early start times.

The game at the New Den will now take place on Sunday, 21st November at noon. The return fixture at Upton Park is still currently scheduled for Saturday, 16th April, but again with a noon kick-off.

In addition to this, the Boxing Day fixture at home to Nottingham Forest will start at 1pm.

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