Coventry City Sold Out
Monday, 16th Apr 2012 15:46
Saints have announced that they have sold out the Coventry game, however there may be a further release of tickets.
After a burst of activity over the weekend as supporters realised that after the defeat by Reading this one will go all the way down to thw wire, St Mary's is already sold out for the visit of Coventry City on April 28th the last game of the season (hopefully)
However the club have also said that more tickets may become available in the next week or so, the Sky Blues have initiall taken all 3,200 tickets for the away section, but there is a good chance that Coventry will already be down by the fixture, indeed they could be relegated on Tuesday night if they lose at home to Millwall and Bristol City beat West Ham, a result that with apologies to Coventry fans, all Saints fans would hope for, if that happens then it could be that Coventry fans will not be so keen to travel to St mary's and tickets could be returned to Saints to sell to home supporters.
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