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Thread: Peterborough United new stadium 'could be built by 2023'

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    Peterborough United new stadium 'could be built by 2023'

    http://bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cam...shire-51562457

    Away end will probably still be ****e

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    20,000 seater. Will be a task for them to fill that on a regular basis. If they keep the same structure of selling the best players year on year there a league one team 9 out of 10x with the odd trip to the championship..

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    Peterborough is a fairly big town, with lots of commuters and good rail links to north London. Hence you will often see a large number of fans wearing Arsenal shirts on the rail platform to London when we play the Posh. If the Gunners continue to decline and lose their attraction , PUFC may benefit in terms of crowd size, if the ground facilities were improved

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    That doesn't seem like they've thought it through very much.

    Let's spend money by building two new stands, one of which we hardly use, and once they're complete we'll decide to build a new ground somewhere else.
    It's not as though they can sell their existing ground to another club to recoup the outlay

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    Quote Originally Posted by flourbasher View Post
    That doesn't seem like they've thought it through very much.

    Let's spend money by building two new stands, one of which we hardly use, and once they're complete we'll decide to build a new ground somewhere else.
    It's not as though they can sell their existing ground to another club to recoup the outlay
    Probably by moving to town they might think they’ll get more turning up .
    Probably not

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikemiller View Post
    Peterborough is a fairly big town, with lots of commuters and good rail links to north London. Hence you will often see a large number of fans wearing Arsenal shirts on the rail platform to London when we play the Posh. If the Gunners continue to decline and lose their attraction , PUFC may benefit in terms of crowd size, if the ground facilities were improved
    I remember them saying something similar about the MK stadium. That didn't turn out too well.

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    Where are those Chinese builders when you need them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WanChaiMiller View Post
    Where are those Chinese builders when you need them.
    They're still pointing the Great Wall

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    Quote Originally Posted by WanChaiMiller View Post
    Where are those Chinese builders when you need them.
    bit racist

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    Quote Originally Posted by gm_gm View Post
    bit racist
    Onry a rittle bit

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