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I see that Harefield United are offering a groundshare opportunity for next season at Preston Park, does that mean Broadfields United will be leaving:

Groundshare opportunity at Preston Park for 2020-21 season. DM for more details
 
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Broadfields are moving in to Rayners Lane next season, hence the vacancy. 

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Brentham FC of the Middlesex County Premier Division have shown some interest I'm told.

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Savagebee - I can imagine that Gary South, the Harefield United Chairman, will be knocked over in the rush and he will be able to name his price won't he, Preston Park is a great venue although they get their fair share of postponements during the winter

https://www.harefieldunited.com/news/ground-share-available-at-preston-park-for-202021-2520024.html

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5 minutes ago, Rhodes said:

Savagebee - I can imagine that Gary South, the Harefield United Chairman, will be knocked over in the rush and he will be able to name his price won't he, Preston Park is a great venue although they get their fair share of postponements during the winter

https://www.harefieldunited.com/news/ground-share-available-at-preston-park-for-202021-2520024.html

Agree lots of clubs especially Step 7 clubs are looking for a ground so that they can make the jump to Step 6 but yes it will come at a price and for me it just isn't always worth it.

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On ‎08‎/‎03‎/‎2020 at 00:53, Ian H said:

Broadfields are moving in to Rayners Lane next season, hence the vacancy. 

I was just wondering whether Harefield United have had any groundshare takers for next season as yet at Preston Park, as Savagebee said it would suit a Step Seven Club particularly from the Middlesex County League Premier Division where most games are fairly close by. The trouble is visiting Club's raise their game don't they when visiting such salubrious surroundings as Berkhamsted Raiders have found to their cost this season playing at Kings Langley.

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3 hours ago, Rhodes said:

I was just wondering whether Harefield United have had any groundshare takers for next season as yet at Preston Park, as Savagebee said it would suit a Step Seven Club particularly from the Middlesex County League Premier Division where most games are fairly close by. The trouble is visiting Club's raise their game don't they when visiting such salubrious surroundings as Berkhamsted Raiders have found to their cost this season playing at Kings Langley.

I'm sure Harefield United FC have had good few offers.

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4 hours ago, Savagebee said:

I'm sure Harefield United FC have had good few offers.

Berkhamsted Raiders?

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On ‎28‎/‎03‎/‎2020 at 16:06, petethegreek said:

Berkhamsted Raiders?

So will they be leaving King Langley then, surely Preston Park would be too far for them to travel every other Saturday and for midweek fixtures as well as for all their opponents in Division Two

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A very interesting piece by Harefield United supremo Jason Shaw, somehow 'drawing on the positives' of the 2019/20 campaign being declared null and void, I'm not sure everyone will share his view:

https://www.harefieldunited.com/teams/68463/news/we-have-learnt-a-lot-about-the-league-which-will-h-2525919.html

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And Harefield United Chairman Gary South's gives his interesting view, Mr South has been on the Committee at Preston Park since 1982 and Chairman of the oldest Club in Middlesex since 2015 but he won't have experienced anything quite like this before:

https://www.harefieldunited.com/news/my-immediate-reaction-was-one-of-relief-gary-south-reacts-to-the-fas-decision-to-void-seasons-of-leagues-in-steps-36-of-nonleague-football-2525843.html

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