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CLOSING DATE: Friday 8th February 2013 23:23
The FA Cup final has returned to its historic place at the end of the domestic season next term.
Wolves will begin life in League One with a trip to Preston, while Bradford City open their campaign at Bristol City.
Celtic begin the defence of their SPL title with a home match against Ross County on Saturday, August 3.
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