Exeter City V Bradford City Saturday 7th August 3.00 p.m.

grecian-near-hell

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A week earlier than normal but have just had a scan on the old Bradford forum and they are up to four pages already, mainly on whether away fans can attend and the length and time of the journey in August. One interesting post copied below advises that Bradford have requested their full allocation for their fans, so it could well be that away fans will be able to attend. Should be a cracking atmosphere if so, shame that there will be restrictions but anyway Football is back.


I emailed the Exeter ticket office and they said they had posted the tickets to Bradford today (27th)
As BCFC had asked for all their allocation they do not expect to have any available for sale on the day
 

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In RaWZ we trust....Amen.
I hope anyone travelling down from Yorkshire leaves very early.The M5 from J15 at Bristol is solid down to the Tiverton(J27) turn off on a Saturday at the moment.

Any Bantams reading this,allow a extra 3 hours minimum for your journey.
 

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If anyone is registered on there it may be good to remind them that they wont be having 1000 seats. Not sure where they got that from?
Interesting to see that they are so excited though, they normally only bring 300-400.
 

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Expecting a big attendance for this. Wouldn't be surprised to see above 6.5k

Big game to start the season. I expect Bradford to be up there this season so playing them first might be a good thing. We never lose our first game and this year will be no different.

2-0
Goals from Sweeney, and Nombe.
Att: 6710
 

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A great game as an opener. Bradford seem to be fancied on league 2 forums, and the bookies like them too. They are always fancied mind, so not sure what to expect. I see ex Argyle Adams jumped ship from Morecambe to take them on, he certainly did well at Morecambe. Likes a long ball does Adams, so might see two conflicting playing styles for this one. A good yardstick for us. I think we will shade it and going to predict 2-1 on the assumption we don't lose anybody significant in the transfer window prior to the game
 
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