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Blues in Youth Cup Action

Blues host Manchester United in the 3rd round of the FA Youth Cup at St Andrews tonight, kick off at 7pm.

It will be the first oppurtunity for any of the Blues side to play in front of TV Cameras and a large crowd.
Many of the Blues side features players who have be involved in the reserve side this season or last such as Nick Wright, Sone Aluko and Captain for tonight Brett Hinks.

The winners of tonight's tie will travel to Sunderland in the fourth round.

Blues squad: Sone Aluko, Darren Campion, Craig Davies, Lewis Green, Mark Hall, Brett Hinks, Michael Howell, Nathaniel Howell, James Johnson, James McPike, Jake Meredith, Amadou N'Diaye, Jamie Price, Joel Skeldon, Jared Wilson, Nick Wright.

Season ticket holders can gain FREE entrance to this evening's match otherwise admission is priced at 4 (adults) and 2 (concessions). Please note that for this fixture Junior Blues members will not be allowed free admission.




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Date:Thursday December 15 2005

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