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Rangers have been given a bumper away allocation for the Carling Cup tie at Villa Park.

QPR take on Premier League opposition on Wednesday, September 24 in Aston Villa, and it has been announced that the R`s have exercised their right to a 6,500 ticket allocation.

Tickets are priced at £15 for adults and £5 for Under-16`s, with season ticket holders able to buy from Wednesday 10, Members from Friday 12, and finally going on general sale on Sunday 14 at 10:00am.

It is imperative that tickets are bought in advance, because for some baffling reason the game has been designated all ticket, surely set to cut the numbers in the away following.

A total of six loyalty points has been designated for this game, but must be purchased in advance to receive them as ever.

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Date:Friday September 5 2008

Time: 12:24PM

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it's 'baffingly' all ticket because last time the 2 sides played each other in the carling cup at villa park 3/4 years ago there was trouble between the 2 sets of fans and a steward losing his life.
sits
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05/09/2008 13:15:00

Taking 6,500 will take some doing though
codbater
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05/09/2008 15:24:00

sits - I take your concern, however the people who caused trouble were deemed not to be QPR fans, it was an absolute disgrace. I think the only reason is because if by some miracle we fill the away end they don't want our fans in home areas, possibly because of what happened a few years ago, who knows.
Boxer
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05/09/2008 22:33:00

 

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