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  1. New Training Ground

  2. New Training Ground

    Proposed site plan:
  3. New Training Ground

    All drawing documents here... https://planning.n-somerset.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=P0SKSYLP02J00 The facilities look first class to me.
  4. New Training Ground

    Lower level: As someone else mentioned, this is below ground level (on the pitch elevation)
  5. New Training Ground

    Upper Level:
  6. One of the biggest results in our history?

    There have been far more important games for us over the years, but many of which aren't memorable - And it is those memorable games that get us hooked on watching in the hope that some day we will experience it again. You could say that the recent league games or the next QPR game are more important than the Man Utd game, but in reality they are no where near it in terms of creating an experience that will live long in the memory and potentially get new fans hooked on it for life. I can recall the players that played in the Bolton Freight Rover game or the Chelsea game, or the Liverpool game much more easily than i can any other teams I have watched since then.. If we were to beat Manure on Wednesday, then a new generation of fans as well as the old will no doubt recall in years to come that night. If we lose, it will become a hazy memory for me, like the FA cup losses to Sven's Man City, or to Everton.
  7. One of the biggest results in our history?

    We’ve been in two Semi finals in my lifetime, albeit I was just 4 days old when we played Spurs! I have the program from it though, thanks to my ol man who was there, no doubt getting some respite from his new born son! I was at the Florist semi final.. got drenched in the open end. I was also at Anfield, Leicester away, Chelsea at home, Bolton at Wembley etc. If we lose on Wednesday it will be a memorable night. If we win, it will go down as one of thee greatest games in our history to date.
  8. team for stoke (merged)

    Should play a full strength team.. things turned pear shaped last year after we lost in the cup to hull, having made a multitude of team changes.
  9. Q and A tonight

    I went and was very very surprised by how few fans could be bothered to go. When I arrived at 6:50 there were 38 people in the room. All in all, it was an interesting evening, with plenty of intelligent questions asked and some good responses. I'll let someone else summarise the topics as if you can't be bothered to go, I can't be bothered to tell you :-)
  10. Average Attendance (Merged)

    This will be our highest average attendance since 1979 when we were last in League One (Premier). That is impressive and testament to effect that the quality of a "new" stadium/facilities have rather than the quality of the team. Although saying that, if we were safely in mid table with nothing to play for would the attendances be so high for the last few games?
  11. Interesting Attendance Stats

    Talk about scarpering fans.. Note, our average in 1980 was almost 19k and in 1983 was under 5k and has taken 24 years to slowly get back to the same level.
  12. Interesting Attendance Stats

    This season our current average attendance is the highest since 1980 when we were last in the old Div 1... So considering the season we have had, I'd say that was pretty good going. Historical averages: http://european-football-statistics.co.uk/attnclub/bric.htm
  13. Remember this anyone

    I was sat in dolman B block.. I'm pretty sure the Pompey fans were not allocated any seats in the dolman, there was a group of them who had bought tickets and it kicked off big time as you can see. i think it was the same season when we played millwall that the wooden seats rained down into the open end from the dolman after a big group of millwall fans turned up midway through the first half. the sound of wooden seats getting broken and used for missiles was fairly regular at games in those days.
  14. We will stay up.

    Sorry, I meant, 3 out our last 6 games are against relegation rivals.. Wolves, Blackburn and Brum. With 2 of these games at AG. (Wolves and Brum). Its gonna be a nervy end to the season that is for sure and whichever way the season ends, the club owners need to seriously look at the mistakes learnt from it. My view is we need to give responsibility to a core group of players that can shoulder responsibility and carry us through to the end of the season... Maybe SL should offer them each an additional bonus should we stay in the division. (Apart from LJ!) Money probably talks louder than LJs pearls of wisdom.
  15. McClaren gone

    Or they could remain rudderless like Forest.
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