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Posted Friday, December 22nd 2017

Club statement

Bristol City Football Club has released the following statement.

On Friday evening, for a short period of time, tickets for the Carabao Cup semi-final second leg with Manchester City were incorrectly made available for purchase. 
This was due to a technical error, for which the club would like to apologise. 
Full details of pricing and the sales and priority procedure for both semi-final legs will be announced in the coming days. 
In the meantime, anyone who purchased on Friday evening will have those tickets cancelled, with their money refunded in full.
ENDS

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