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Just the Ticket-MK Dons

Burnley Football Club have confirmed the ticketing arrangements for the Carling Cup third-round tie against League One leaders MK Dons.

The game takes place at Turf Moor on Tuesday, September 20 (kick-off 7.45pm).

Ticket prices are as follows:

15 Adults
10 Senior /16-18/Students
5 Juveniles.

The Bob Lord Stand, James Hargreaves (upper tier) and Jimmy McIlroy Stand (lower tier) will be open.

Reserved seating will be in operation, whereby supporters can buy a designated seat ticket.

Season-ticket holders who want 'their' seat(s) should buy early as the club cannot guarantee the availability of any particular seat.

Tickets are available from Friday, September 2 at 9:15am from the Turf Moor ticket office, via telephone on 0871 221 1914 (option 1) and online.

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Writer: turfmanphil Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday September 3 2011

Time: 9:53AM

Your Comments

Will be going to this one! Anybody else up for it? Let's hope we can win more convincingly than the previous two rounds this time against stronger opposition a league higher than League 2 Burton & Barnet! No banana skins please.
turfmanphil
Will be going to this one! Anybody else up for it? Let's hope we can win more convincingly than the previous two rounds this time against stronger opposition a league higher than League 2 Burton & Barnet! No banana skins please.
turfmanphil
Talking about MK Dons, what do you think of their chequered past these days? Some still hate what they did to old Wimbledon and still refer to them as MK Franchise! Is it not time to move on though? When we played them at stadium mk in FA Cup, I thought they had a nice little set-up there and their fans loved their club just as much as we do! AFC Wimbledon is now back and doing well. Just think MK Dons are now here to stay and it seems wasted energy to keep harkening back to their dark old days and origin
turfmanphil
Talking about MK Dons, what do you think of their chequered past these days? Some still hate what they did to old Wimbledon and still refer to them as MK Franchise! Is it not time to move on though? When we played them at stadium mk in FA Cup, I thought they had a nice little set-up there and their fans loved their club just as much as we do! AFC Wimbledon is now back and doing well. Just think MK Dons are now here to stay and it seems wasted energy to keep harkening back to their dark old days and origin
turfmanphil
I agree TMP, time to forget the past and look to the future. We should now stop wasting time and effort on the Coyle saga. MK Dons are on a roll just now and could prove a difficult hurdle and a good test for Eddies Heros.
cornwallclaret
I agree TMP, time to forget the past and look to the future. We should now stop wasting time and effort on the Coyle saga. MK Dons are on a roll just now and could prove a difficult hurdle and a good test for Eddies Heros.
cornwallclaret
 

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