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offline Guest__*

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Hello all......
A couple of questions to all u loyal ETFC supporters....<p>Firstly.....What happens if you fellas win the league...Can u go up.....Are you gonna ground share......Are u building a new ground
and <p>Secondly....Whats the story with Enfield...I mean they dont have a ground...they dont play locally....and they hardly have any support...Do u think they will last..?<p>Cheers
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offline Badger

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Well, as far as I am aware, club representatives are looking at potential sites. I doubt that we'd be able to build a ground in time for the start of next season, so if we finish top of the ESL, I guess it's groundsharing in the Isthmian should we be elected. I'm sure there's others more in the know than me who can give mor einfo if need be.<p>Secondly, for the reasons behind ETFC 'breaking away' from EFC, I reckon the official ETFC website is best. Summing up Enfield's situation as quickly as possible, their old ground was sold before a new site was even identified, thus leaving them homeless. That in itself was enough to stop some supporters from going, and now that ETFC has formed, others have moved on as well. Everyone has their own story as to why they have moved to the new club or stayed with the old one.<p>Personally, I'm surprised they've made it this far through the season and they're doing better than I thought they would too. I suppose that goes to show what I know about football, though. I can't see them surviving long term unless they get a permanent home in Enfield somewhere, which could prove tricky what with the Town also looking.

offline Colin, Germany

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Yes, I agree with Badger that the reasons for Enfield Town being formed and many of the supporters and officials of Enfield joining the new club are best described on the Enfield Town F.C. official website. There are further descriptions on Hughes Video Services, on ET's On the Net, and on my own Enfield Town site, Come On You ETs.

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