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Why Bristol City made plenty of friends among Newcastle United...

Cheddar Valley Gazette Monday, 20 March 2017
Why Bristol City made plenty of friends among Newcastle United...Bristol City made themselves scores of new friends on Friday evening as supporters of Newcastle United rushed to thank them for beating one of their main rivals for automatic promotion.
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