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SALFORD CITY FC CUP FINAL FEVER
 

Star date: 22nd March 2013

SALFORD CITY TO BE KINGS OF MANC LAND

Salford City v Mossley
Wednesday 27th March 7:45pm
Edgeley Park, Stockport £7/£3/free for under 16s

`We're on the march with Andy Heald's army, we're all going to Edgeley..'

This is the BIG ONE! Salford City could be kings of Manchester next Wednesday, if they can stuff Mossley in the Final of the Manchester Premier Cup. Match tickets and coach tickets will be on sale at Salford's home game at Moor Lane tomorrow when the Ammies take on Lancaster City…UPDATE*** The FA have now stated that fans can pay on the night of the match - so get down there!!!

Full details here…


`We're on the march with Andy Heald's army
 We're all going to Edgeley
And we'll really shake 'em up
When we win the MP Cup
'Cos Salford is the greatest football team…'

Yo! It's Cup Final week, as Salford City aim to become Kings of Manchester in the Final of the prestigious Manchester Premier Cup at Stockport County's Edgeley Park next Wednesday.

This is the cup competition that Manchester United, Manchester City and even the likes of Bury are just too scared to enter. And the Ammies, having stuffed the likes of Droylsden and Curzon Ashton en route to the Final, now have to overcome mighty Mossley to lift the silverware.

The club is asking for everyone in Salford to try and get down to Edgeley Park on Wednesday night and cheer on the biggest football team in the city.

Entrance is just £7 (concessions £3) and under 16s go free. Tickets are available from Moor Lane at the home match v Lancaster tomorrow. We understand that those with concessions can pay on the night but everyone else has to have a ticket.

There are also coaches going to Edgeley and travel tickets are available too price £5 per head. Email club secretary andrewgiblin@aol.com with reservations.

UPDATE: Fans can now pay on the gate at the match, so just turn up, pay in and sing yer heart out for Salford!!!

Manchester Premier Cup Final
Salford City v Mossley
Wednesday 27th March 7:45pm
Edgeley Park, Stockport £7/£3/free for under 16s

Evo-Stik First Division North
Salford City v Lancaster City
Saturday 23rd March 3pm
£7/£3
Moor Lane, Kersal

For further details see the Salford City FC website – click here

`We'll be running round Stockport with the cup
 We'll be running round Stockport with the cup
 We'll be running round Stockport, running round Stockport
 Running round Stockport with the cup
 With the cup!!!' 

Cup Final Poster by Gareth Lyons – please print out and post it everywhere…

Salford Star wrote
at 07:33:33 on 25 March 2013
The Manchester FA has now stated that fans can pay on the night - and don't need a ticket. So, Gareth and everyone else in Salford - we'll see you in Stockport on Wednesday night!!! `Edgeley...Edgeley...We're the famous Salford City and we're going to Edgeley..." etc
 
Gareth L wrote
at 22:43:49 on 22 March 2013
Are the FA having a laugh? Why is the game ticket only? What happens if you can't get down to Moor Lane or if the game is cancelled against Lancaster? Why can't they have a cash turnstile on Wednesday?
 
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