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    St Retford wrote:
    leosaint wrote:
    I will be in California for the Man. City game.Anybody know which channel on TV i may get the match,probably be in LA?
    You're clearly not a real fan.
    You should not make such comments without knowing the full facts.I have been going to the dell since the days of Charlie Wayman.I have lived and worked on the small Atlantic Island of Madeira for the last 26 years and listen to every game on the saints player, i pay more than the cost of season ticket just to see one match, i sent a three figured check when we were in trouble three years ago, supported Ron Davis in his hour of need. do i need to go on or do you need to know that i have been on Chemotherapy for the last two years and my wife who works full time in her dental clinic then spends the remainder of her time looking after me. I am now i remission but for how long i do not know.What i do know is my wife has always wanted to visit Yosemite National park.So with an uncertain future i decided to take my wife on her dream holiday which she richly deserves and not go to the Man. city match. Pleases in future put our brain into gear before you open your mouth."
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Saints land four Sky TV dates

Saints land four Sky TV dates

Saints boss Nigel Adkins

Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini

First published in Sport

Saints' first Premier League fixture of the season at champions Manchester City has been switched to Sunday for live coverage on Sky Sports.

The match is one of four fixtures that Sky will show before the end of November.

The City game has been bumped to Sunday, August 19, with 1 4pm kick.

Saints' home game against Manchester United finds itself in the same time slot on Sunday, September 2.

Also changed is the visit of Fulham, which now kicks-off at 1.30pm on Sunday, October 7, while the trip to West Brom is a Monday night game with an 8pm kick-off on Monday, November 5.

Also altered is Saints' home game against Tottenham which will now be on Sunday, October 28, with a 3pm kick-off. This game is not televised but moved due to Spurs' involvement in the Europa League.

The away trip to Manchester United has also been pushed back a day to Wednesday, January 30, with an 8pm start time.

All of Saints' initial televised games are on Sky Sports with ESPN not picking any of their matches amongst the 11 they will be broadcasting before the end of November.

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