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Europa League: Wolves 'behind closed doors' game set for 21,000 fans

BBC Local News Friday, 18 October 2019
BBC Local News: Birmingham and Black Country -- Wolverhampton Wanderers will play in front of 21,000 'home' fans at Slovan Bratislava in their Europa League tie - despite it being behind closed doors.
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