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Gloucester City Hoping To Continue to Groundshare

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CHAIRMAN Mike Dunstan is confident Gloucester City will be able to agree a deal with Cheltenham Town to continue their ground-sharing agreement for a sixth season.

The Tigers have been playing at Whaddon Road since the 2010-11 campaign in order to continue playing at Conference North level during their exile from the City.

They have not played in Gloucester since Meadow Park was flooded in July 2007, but were granted planning permission in October to build a new stadium on the site and are currently working through the 45 conditions set by the City Council to legally demolish the old ground. Gloucester need to have a ground in place for next season by the FA deadline of March 31 and Dunstan is set to meet with Cheltenham Town chairman Paul Baker within the next few weeks to finalise a deal to stay at Whaddon Road.

Dunstan said: "We've had brief initial conversations with Paul Baker and I think we've got a good relationship, a positive relationship.

"We'll be sitting down and speaking to Paul in the next few weeks and I don't envisage there being any problems."

Read more: http://www.gloucestershireecho.co.uk/

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