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Coventry clash not all-ticket

COVENTRY City have confirmed the match with Gillingham at Highfield Road on Saturday, February 2 is not all-ticket and that up to 4,000 visiting supporters can be accommodated in their North Stand.

Unless all 4,000 tickets are sold, there is no limit on the amount of tickets Gillingham supporters can have. They will also be allowed to pay on the day.

Supporters can purchase tickets in advance from the Priestfield ticket office and these are priced at £18 adults, £9 senior citizens and £6 juniors.

Meanwhile, it's been announced that Malcolm Rouse has been appointed Gillingham's full-time safety officer. He had held the job in a part-time capacity.

Rouse, 57, is a former police officer who has supported Gillingham since he was eight.

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