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offline Blinkjim

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We don't want to turn into a wimbledon-esq club who play in someone else ground and only fill the capacity with at most 400 - 500 fans, it happen to wimbledon and it'll happen to us if we start playing at any ground that hold more then 10000. I'm completly oppossed to the plan, and predict that the club will just deteriate if it happens, what player wants to play in a ground where that atmosphere is "like a f**k**g morgue".


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No one seems to have picked up on thecomment made by Paul Scully on the R.K. interview Friday evening,he said he was looking for a site of between,wait for it,100 to 300...ACRES.It's going to be some Stadium!! (Or did I mis-hear)

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And as for the other fella going on about how great it would be for the town to have a proper footy team like the Gills in town... oh just f*** off


I read that and thought the same thing. Wouldn't it also mean that we'd have to move the days we play if us and the Gills both are playing at home on the same day? I presume they'd get priority as they're in a higher league than us. I don't really fancy a Friday night home game

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isn't also a fine from the FA for rearranging FA fixtures due to ground sharing.

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I think that applies more to short-term ground sharing (a la Margate) rather than permanent arrangements.

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I think you will find that it is planned for the site to consist off:-
1) Football stadium.
2) 1000 houses.
3) Primary school.
4) Hotel.
5) Casino.
6) Community facilities.
7) Parking for 1000 cars.

Mike F


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In other words, Gillingham!!




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