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Smart Thinking!

Smart Thinking!

It`s a sign of the times, what with the saturation television coverage our sport gets, fixtures get moved about.

When the League Two fixtures came out, not too long ago, Luton were scheduled to entertain Exeter City on Saturday 4th April.

However, it appears the Grecians have their heads switched on and have pulled off a smart move to alleviate the fixture congestion normally associated with the Easter period.

Talks between Luton Town and Exeter City have resulted in the clubs agreeing that the game should be brought forward to Good Friday (3rd April) with the fixture kicking off at 15:00 hours.

The ploy allows both clubs to get an additional twenty-four hours break before their next fixture thereby allowing tired legs to rest up.

Smart thinking we call it!



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Writer:Mad Hatter
Date:Monday June 23 2014
Time: 9:54AM

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