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Thread: 91992

Today’s team by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 17/11/2018 at 14:16:09, 189 views.

Taylor, Lacey, Merris, McGuire, Burgess, Killock, Dixon, Forrester, Walshaw, Coulson, Brooksby

Subs; Morgan, Bacon, Johnson, Cadman, Valentine

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Lofts by Joe90

Posted: 17/11/2018 at 15:07:51, 134 views. In reply to 'Today’s team'

Better player than Forrester for sure, not sure why Camdan isn’t a first team regular, id be getting a little pissed. Valentine always does ok for me to be honest - workmanlike

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Thread: 91991

O/Topic by Cynic

Posted: 17/11/2018 at 12:28:35, 173 views.

Johnston Press, owners of Scarborough Evening News go into administration.

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RE: O/Topic by Tree unreg

Posted: 17/11/2018 at 17:06:38, 112 views. In reply to 'O/Topic'

Now bought out. But NUJ have concerns about asset stripping.

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What a jolly arrangement for David King by Old Git

Posted: 17/11/2018 at 17:14:38, 124 views. In reply to 'RE: O/Topic'

The future of newspapers previously owned by Johnston Press has been secured after they were acquired by JPIMedia, a spokesman said.

Johnston Press was one of the largest local and regional newspaper organisations in the UK, but had debts of £220m which were due for repayment in June next year.

Its chief executive, David King, previously said the debt had “constrained us" and that none of the offers they had received for the firm was enough to repay it.

Mr King, who is now the new chief executive of JPIMedia, said the sale was “an important one for the Johnston Press businesses as it ensures that operations can continue as normal, with employees’ rights maintained, suppliers paid, and newspapers printed".

He said it would focus on ensuring the group’s titles continued to publish “the high-quality journalism we are known for and which has never been more important".

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Thread: 91990

O/T North Ferriby by Seadog93

Posted: 17/11/2018 at 10:21:25, 189 views.

It could get a whole lot worst for North Ferriby see the article which has an online petition
https://www.hulldailymail.co.uk/sport/football/north-ferriby-united-campaigners-urge-2227066

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Thread: 91989

One in and one out at Boro…. by Paper User: Paper

Posted: 16/11/2018 at 17:39:41, 340 views.

https://www.thescarboroughnews.co.uk/news/one-in-and-one-out-at-scarborough-athletic-1-9449096

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RE: One in and one out at Boro…. by Tree unreg

Posted: 17/11/2018 at 13:40:49, 140 views. In reply to 'One in and one out at Boro….'

Good work. Strengthen when you’re in a position of strength.

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Thread: 91988

BORO AGM tonight 7.30 at Flam Land Stad by Old Git

Posted: 16/11/2018 at 15:18:21, 164 views.

SOCIETY AGM: The Scarborough Athletic FC Society AGM
takes place this Friday from 7.30pm at the FLS
for MEMBERS Only. No membership fees can be taken on the night.

There will be a Fans Forum following the conclusion of the AGM for ALL supporters

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Thread: 91987

New signing for Boro… by Paper User: Paper

Posted: 15/11/2018 at 14:02:38, 386 views.

https://www.thescarboroughnews.co.uk/news/scarborough-athletic-man-jack-johnson-talks-goals-frustrations-promotion-1-9446340?fbclid=IwAR31RvjdK_AuX_5e2RR3ubpYp8cSZHvfXJdVuwnppFwrCS-0caUZ1q9OPaI

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Love the accompanying photo…. by mrs trellis User: mrs trellis

Posted: 15/11/2018 at 17:18:37, 404 views. In reply to 'New signing for Boro…'

….Jamie McGuire with time and space, aimlessly punts the ball up in the air, while teammates look on in either disbelief or resigned despair!

Not everyone can be this silly but it is nice to see so many trying.

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Thread: 91986

Big interview with Jack Johnson… by Paper User: Paper

Posted: 15/11/2018 at 14:01:51, 144 views.

https://www.thescarboroughnews.co.uk/news/scarborough-athletic-man-jack-johnson-talks-goals-frustrations-promotion-1-9446340

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Thread: 91985

Boro chairman Trevor Bull interview by Paper User: Paper

Posted: 15/11/2018 at 13:45:01, 133 views.

https://www.thescarboroughnews.co.uk/news/scarborough-athletic-chairman-trevor-bull-on-the-push-for-a-new-stand-1-9446061

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Thread: 91984

PIKES v AFC MANSFIELD moving images on magic page by Old Git

Posted: 14/11/2018 at 16:52:23, 245 views.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eUzubNwfmgg

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Thread: 91983

The big £8,000 up on the fund raising by Old Git

Posted: 14/11/2018 at 00:05:30, 339 views.

I know we’ve had a couple of big donations as well but that figure looks great on widescreen.

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Great to see Max’s Ma & Pa have donated by Old Git

Posted: 15/11/2018 at 11:21:13, 254 views. In reply to 'The big £8,000 up on the fund raising'

What goes around comes around!

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Thread: 91982

Pikes win 2-0 by Old Git

Posted: 13/11/2018 at 23:16:46, 184 views.

against AFC Mansfield.
Delayed kick off at 8.20
as some Mansfield players were stuck in traffic miles away.
Pikes should have wrapped it up before half-time but had only
one goal to show for their dominance, having missed or screwed-up
several good opportunities to add some goals
Early in 2nd half Mansfield hit the bar and Pikes managed to get their second
goal with about 5 minutes to go.
Rudy Funk came off the pitch looking very disappointed.
Have to say my man of the match was Mansfield’s captain Jimmy Gaitchem
A brilliant display, creating chances, playing in players with neat passes,
all over the park just about running the game and when Pikes second rolled in
he’d got himself back almost to the goal line in time to clear the ball
At the end as the players came off he unleashed a tirade of abuse towards
his team mates showing how much defeat hurt him.
Wouldn’t want to be sharing the car on the way home with Jimmy tonight.
Pikes £4,000 to the good and another home tie to look forward to.

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RE: Pikes win 2-0 by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 13/11/2018 at 23:33:47, 174 views. In reply to 'Pikes win 2-0'

Rudy doesn’t have great memories of Mill Lane does he. And nor do I, having seeing 3 defeats out of three visits there!

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I think Rudy’s mob won the league game by Old Git

Posted: 13/11/2018 at 23:48:03, 204 views. In reply to 'RE: Pikes win 2-0'

there last season 3-2 and at the time I thought they were gonna walk the league until a big collapse in the new year.
I’ve got my dodgy video just here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=54v3gqjYlzI 4th November 2017.

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A few pics from Pikes v AFC Mansfield by Old Git

Posted: 14/11/2018 at 11:59:46, 247 views. In reply to 'Pikes win 2-0'

On my Facebook page.
Took more than this but my camera was playing-up and the rest were crap so got deleted.
I really need to read the camera handbook.

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1165835096900329&type=1&l=a6dbabdbc4

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Thread: 91981

Tonight’s Result by Seadog Update User: Seadog Update

Posted: 13/11/2018 at 21:40:16, 200 views.

Lancaster 2-1 Hyde

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RE: Tonight’s Result by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 13/11/2018 at 21:56:46, 182 views. In reply to 'Tonight’s Result'

Just shows how hard it is to win at revitalised Lancaster these days.

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Thread: 91980

Big game for Boro Reserves tonight by Old Git

Posted: 13/11/2018 at 12:49:41, 202 views.

If they beat AFC Mansfield they have a home draw
in the next round of the Trophy.

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RE: Big game for Boro Reserves tonight by Battersea (unreg)

Posted: 13/11/2018 at 16:26:51, 268 views. In reply to 'Big game for Boro Reserves tonight'

Just trying to remember how many ex-Boro are there, I came up with: Matty Turnbull, Eddy Birch, Frank Belt, Blotty, Ged Dalton (old club only from memory), Joe Danby, Josh Greening, Billy Logan, Denny Ingram. Any more? Honourable mention for Sean Marshall’s brother Paul.

Good luck to Pickering tonight.

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boro reserves by Ian Thomas

Posted: 13/11/2018 at 23:22:35, 171 views. In reply to 'RE: Big game for Boro Reserves tonight'

and they won 2-0 well done to them, good to see Rudy again great having a chat with him and good luck to him and his Mansfield team looked useful at times

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Thread: 91979

Alhassane Keita by seadog93

Posted: 13/11/2018 at 11:03:57, 281 views.

I see our ex-trialist we were excited or maybe most of us were excited about its on abit of a goalscoring streak for Albion Sports in the NCEL Prem 5 goals in his last 6 games.

Must of sorted his personal problems that restricted us from signing him

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Keita. by Revd Up

Posted: 13/11/2018 at 13:40:25, 245 views. In reply to 'Alhassane Keita'

Would love to see him back in a Boro strip.

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Thread: 91978

U19 friendly still on tonight? by Old Git

Posted: 12/11/2018 at 16:32:21, 229 views.

can’t find a mention anywhere.

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I’ll take that as a yes then by Old Git

Posted: 12/11/2018 at 18:05:36, 222 views. In reply to 'U19 friendly still on tonight?'

and nip down for a coffee.

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3-2 win for Boro’s U19 by Old Git

Posted: 12/11/2018 at 22:23:51, 324 views. In reply to 'I’ll take that as a yes then'

Boro went 2 up in first half with 2 finely worked goals,
the final being played across the 6 yard box for Boro
forward to finish .
The visitors got back into the game when a mix up between
a Boro defender & keeper saw the home keeper lash the ball
against an opposing player only for it to rebound behind him
and trickle into the goal.
Boro almost got a third goal from their familiar well worked play
only for the ball to be thrashed over the bar into the wall
of the swimming pool when it looked easier to score.
Boro regained the 2 goal lead with a penalty just before the
half-time whistle.
Second half saw a lot of huffing and puffing half-chances created
and missed.
Ten minutes from the end the visitors scored an excellent 2nd
at the swimming pool end when the ball was crossed in from the left
where it was met with a powerful header into the net by a visiting forward
that gave the Boro keeper no chance.

I didn’t get a coffee as there was no bar service tonight.

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One word missing by Old Git

Posted: 13/11/2018 at 09:00:09, 239 views. In reply to '3-2 win for Boro’s U19'

2nd line after the word ‘final’ insert the word ‘ball’.

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RE: One word missing by Dewsbury User: Dewsbury

Posted: 13/11/2018 at 22:22:49, 178 views. In reply to 'One word missing'

Who was the opposition?

Simon Cope - Was Chair Of Something Some Time Ago

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I2i Academy: York by Old Git

Posted: 13/11/2018 at 23:02:54, 181 views. In reply to 'RE: One word missing'

I was hoping that further information on who exactly they are would appear.
Such as what league they play in, previous results etc.

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RE: I2i Academy: York by Rockett Fuel User: Rockett Fuel

Posted: 14/11/2018 at 21:26:38, 350 views. In reply to 'I2i Academy: York'

They are essentially Tadcaster are they not?

*Evo-Stik Division 1 North Runners-Up 2017-18* *NCEL Premier Division Champions 2012-13* *NCEL Division 1 Champions 2008-09*

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Thread: 91977

New signing for Boro? by Paper User: Paper

Posted: 12/11/2018 at 12:17:33, 361 views.

https://www.thescarboroughnews.co.uk/news/scarborough-athletic-in-talks-with-former-football-league-midfielder-1-9440034

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RE: New signing for Boro? by Joe Connor

Posted: 13/11/2018 at 22:16:08, 167 views. In reply to 'New signing for Boro?'

Remember playing against him when he played for Cammel Laird when they were on the up. Good player.

Up the Boro

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Thread: 91976

Aiden Thurston by Fendog

Posted: 11/11/2018 at 09:04:04, 285 views.

Just read on the transfer list we’ve signed him from Pickering.
Who is he, one of the youngsters ?

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RE: Aiden Thurston by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 11/11/2018 at 10:00:25, 266 views. In reply to 'Aiden Thurston'

Yeah he’s one of the 7 youngster we signed from the U19s, and he started at Redcar. Didn’t realise we’d “signed" him from Pickering though

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Yeah by Fendog

Posted: 11/11/2018 at 12:10:24, 300 views. In reply to 'RE: Aiden Thurston'

Yeah just noticed it in this week’s transfers. Thought he may of opted for dual registration.

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Cannot dual register as we are in the same league nt by seadogx

Posted: 11/11/2018 at 23:42:26, 578 views. In reply to 'Yeah'


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Thread: 91975

Today’s Results by Seadog Update User: Seadog Update

Posted: 10/11/2018 at 17:23:44, 277 views.

Hednesford Town) 1 0 Warrington Town
Marine 1 1 Gainsborough Trinity
Matlock Town 2 1 Bamber Bridge
North Ferriby United 1 4 Nantwich Town

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Saturyay n/t by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 10/11/2018 at 23:25:42, 312 views. In reply to 'Today’s Results'


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Thread: 91974

Result by Seasick seadog User: Seasick seadog

Posted: 10/11/2018 at 17:02:19, 193 views.

Warrington lose 1-0

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Thread: 91973

Flamingo Land Stadium planning application by Dewsbury User: Dewsbury

Posted: 9/11/2018 at 19:12:30, 481 views.

Oodles of drawings and documents for us to pore over on the planning pages of SBC: https://planning.scarborough.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&keyVal=PFO991NSIPW00&fbclid=IwAR1ZB4rxn1jPOFu4f4DoJoPc9rvRGCYKwTZ_CRqKWwNc6cG6HHdv1j4fwjk

If you read only one thing, cast your eyes over the “supporting statement" which very clearly lays out the board’s thinking, and the reasons behind moving on from the initial temporary-permanent solutions proposed previously. All eminently sensible, and I applaud the board and whomever else has been involved in getting us to this stage. Well done all.

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Total (new) capacity: 3036. New stand capacity: 1196 n/t by Malton Seadog User: Malton Seadog

Posted: 9/11/2018 at 19:57:51, 358 views. In reply to 'Flamingo Land Stadium planning application'


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Damn impressive… by Dunno

Posted: 9/11/2018 at 20:19:55, 470 views. In reply to 'Flamingo Land Stadium planning application'

awesome work to everyone involved.

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RE: Damn impressive… by Armchairdog User: Armchairdog

Posted: 10/11/2018 at 12:14:33, 309 views. In reply to 'Damn impressive…'

I notice the layout of the new stand has changed from having terracing at the front of the stand with seating immediately behind it (which was the previously proposed format at the video presentation earlier in the year). Not a criticism, just an observation.

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RE:RE: Damn impressive… by Burniston User: Burniston

Posted: 10/11/2018 at 13:21:22, 287 views. In reply to 'RE: Damn impressive…'

If you are referring to the original stand plans it was decided that it was prudent to not be so adventurous financially because of the extra planning costs that had emerged. Hence the funding appeal for £28k so as not to affect the playing budget. The new plans make more economic sense and are more practical based on forecasted crowds.

PMA

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RE: RE:RE: Damn impressive… by Old Seadog User: Old Seadog

Posted: 10/11/2018 at 18:24:36, 265 views. In reply to 'RE:RE: Damn impressive…'

It looks good but are we still having terracing and a cover behind the goal

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RE: RE: RE:RE: Damn impressive… by Dewsbury User: Dewsbury

Posted: 10/11/2018 at 19:18:58, 239 views. In reply to 'RE: RE:RE: Damn impressive…'

Yes, 4 step terrace at swimming pool end with a capacity of 462.

Also a new uncovered standing terrace (7 steps) with a capacity of 330 to the right of the existing main stand (looking from the pitch).

Both of these are in Stage 2 of the proposals, with the east (donkey field) side works to be done first.

Note that the Stage 2 works do not add significantly to the stadium capacity (around +190), but will be of benefit to fans in terms of cover and/or aiding viewing. Personally I cannot stand watching the game at pitch-level, so you’ll find me at the top of the uncovered 7-step terrace as soon as it is built…!

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RE: RE: RE: RE:RE: Damn impressive… by Old Seadog User: Old Seadog

Posted: 10/11/2018 at 19:42:21, 261 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: RE:RE: Damn impressive…'

Cheers Simon so which is stage 1?

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Stage 1 by Burniston User: Burniston

Posted: 10/11/2018 at 20:23:20, 261 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: RE: RE:RE: Damn impressive…'

The stand next to the donkey field I understand.

PMA

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RE: Stage 1 by Slightly concerned seadog

Posted: 10/11/2018 at 20:30:58, 248 views. In reply to 'Stage 1'

I think stage 2 will be built if the capacity still needs to get to 3000 if we get to conf north and the existing standing in front of the donkey stand are not counted in capacity calculations. If the standing in front donkey stand is included we will have 3200 capacity without stage 2.

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RE: RE: Stage 1 by Dewsbury User: Dewsbury

Posted: 10/11/2018 at 20:49:09, 245 views. In reply to 'RE: Stage 1'

I don’t think there will be any standing at the front of the donkey field stand, or if there is it will be a lot narrower than the existing space. I would imagine that for access purposes there will be no standing permitted in front of the seated stand at all. Therefore the 420 figure given for the donkey field side capacity cannot be included when working out capacity there when the stand is built. The Stage 2 improvements will be needed to get us over the 3000 capacity needed for Conf North.

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RE: RE: RE: RE: RE:RE: Damn impressive… by Dewsbury User: Dewsbury

Posted: 10/11/2018 at 20:42:35, 264 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: RE: RE:RE: Damn impressive…'

The east (donkey field) stand is Stage 1. 336 seats in a central block, and 2 blocks of 430 capacity terrace either side, all covered (I think). The existing boundary fence will be going 4.7m further back, and a WC/kiosk block to be built near the car park turnstiles.

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Financial implications…. by Che User: Che

Posted: 10/11/2018 at 21:13:01, 261 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: RE: RE: RE:RE: Damn impressive…'

What stood out for me was the following regarding National League North status.

“Our research shows that we have both the financial and personnel resources that would enable us to compete at this level"

We can afford it then.

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Timescale by Battersea unreg

Posted: 10/11/2018 at 22:15:09, 318 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: RE: RE: RE:RE: Damn impressive…'

Great to see the vision for the development and huge thanks to all those involved.

Be interesting to see how things progress and the timescales involved, although as it has yet to go through Planning the only certainty is that there are no certainties. In the Supporting Statement to the Planning Application I noticed there is a table with the comment “March 2020 at the earliest?" for upgrade to Category B (National League North) standard which presumably is the current projection.

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RE: Timescale by seadog365 User: seadog365

Posted: 11/11/2018 at 10:32:40, 318 views. In reply to 'Timescale'

I think March 2020 is the earliest we would need it to be a category B ground, but IF we went up this year then March 2020 would actually be the latest, because it is the March of the first season at that new level.

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RE: RE: Timescale by Battersea (unreg)

Posted: 11/11/2018 at 20:41:51, 271 views. In reply to 'RE: Timescale'

Thanks for that. Yes if I’d read the couple of paragraphs below the table I might have picked up that the deadline is the March after promotion and so on that basis I reckon your analysis is spot on.

I must have missed the bit, possibly several years ago, when the FA became more realistic / less stringent on the date by which grounds needed to be upgraded (where necessary) to enable promotion at National League level.

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RE: RE:RE: Damn impressive… by Jackson User: Jackson

Posted: 20/11/2018 at 16:07:36, 188 views. In reply to 'RE:RE: Damn impressive…'

I think the stand would be better with terracing in front. Same length as planned but easier to increase standing capacity without knocking anything down.

J REYNOLDS

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RE: RE: RE:RE: Damn impressive by Burniston User: Burniston

Posted: 20/11/2018 at 17:28:42, 174 views. In reply to 'RE: RE:RE: Damn impressive…'

From what I can make out Jackson that would not be practical. A single row of standing spectators would obscure the view of at least the 1st and perhaps even the 2nd row of seated in the stand. So the stand & seating would all have to be raised, defeating the object. If it is like the Salford stand, I believe the first row of seating is quite low to avoid the necessity of a higher stand. As long as we can provide the necessary numbers in the ground we don’t need to accommodate another row of standing at the front. Please correct me if I’m wrong.

PMA

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RE: RE: RE: RE:RE: Damn impressive by Jackson User: Jackson

Posted: 21/11/2018 at 19:47:13, 211 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: RE:RE: Damn impressive'

Thank you, Burniston. I meant build it like the main stand, higher with terracing in front. This is how stands should be; hence " Grandstand View", not pitch- level looking over a barrier. After all, this is what won the award for best new stand.
I suppose it doesn’t matter to most people how you reach 5,000 capacity with 2,000 seats. Maybe that will be achieved with terracing on the main stand side only.

J REYNOLDS

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RE: RE: RE: RE:RE: Damn impressive by Jackson User: Jackson

Posted: 21/11/2018 at 21:31:39, 137 views. In reply to 'RE: RE: RE:RE: Damn impressive'

Burniston, just watching Salford now. Sensibly, with supporters in mind, first row of seats not at ground level. Not as good as a “paddock" but a lot better than most stands.I realize the new stand will have to be similar, because of the terracing either side.

J REYNOLDS

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