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Can’t wait for the new season. 

 

Map of all all the teams in The Championship next year (courtesy of Wigans Twitter page). 

 

Guaranteed to have Swansea, Norwich and Brentford Away mid week. 

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Looks a very northern division which is great for travelling.

 

Spare a thought for chezzy fans who will be travelling down south for most away games next season. 

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On 28/05/2018 at 10:24, Pod9 said:

 

 

Guaranteed to have Swansea, Norwich and Brentford Away mid week. 

Why?

(or is that a prediction?)

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51 minutes ago, flo said:

Why?

(or is that a prediction?)

 

Millwall, QPR and Ipswich was this years mid week away games. 

 

Just a prediction for this coming season. 

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Millwall away always seems to be midweek, it has been for our last 4 games there.  QPR has been midweek for 2 of the last 3 visits I think (technically 3 of 3 but last year was Easter Monday so OK for travelling)

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Very similar really. 

 

Lose Cardiff, gain Swansea. 

Lose Wolves, gain West Brom. 

Lose Barnsley, gain Rotherham. 

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Looking forward to grounds I’ve not been to like WBA and Wigan. A shame Fulham is gone. Handful of half decent away days but there’s only so many times I can do Derby away and be surprised with us not coming back with a win in a flat pack.

Forest need to go back to the days of big away allocations, always a great day out.

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Also isnt it funny theres a lot of huge clubs from rundown/industrial/mining cities and towns that haven't seen much development..

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On 31/05/2018 at 13:42, alanharper said:

Millwall away always seems to be midweek, it has been for our last 4 games there.  QPR has been midweek for 2 of the last 3 visits I think (technically 3 of 3 but last year was Easter Monday so OK for travelling)

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There you go. QPR and Millwall away in midweek. Again. 

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On ‎21‎/‎06‎/‎2018 at 10:36, alanharper said:

 

There you go. QPR and Millwall away in midweek. Again. 

cant be a coincidence that we always get millwall  in mid week …..can clubs request that certain fixtures are always midweek ?though why millwall would pick on us I don't know 

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On 26/06/2018 at 09:39, torryowl said:

cant be a coincidence that we always get millwall  in mid week …..can clubs request that certain fixtures are always midweek ?though why millwall would pick on us I don't know 

Police have insisted on this for years. 

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14 minutes ago, vulva said:

Police have insisted on this for years. 

strange as we have no history of trouble down there …..

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11 minutes ago, torryowl said:

strange as we have no history of trouble down there …..

We have. 

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I don't recall anything more than handbags at Millwall, sure they have the same at many games because...Millwall.

 

Pigs had trouble down there last season on a Saturday yet they still play there on a Saturday again this year. And they're fine with scheduling weekend home games this season and last season against Villa, pigs, Leeds, Cardiff,  Birmingham,  Sunderland etc. - oddly it's just us who get shunted to midweek every season. 

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