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StiggsGTFC
October 1, 2010, 10:47am

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How about at that white elephant Cleethorpes Meridian Arena. Seems to be lots of room there.

Could also be used during the summer for events....
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October 1, 2010, 10:54am
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Quoted from EvilFish


I'm not sentimental about parking on a street, I'm just not a big fan of sitting in a car in a car park for two hours while everyone slowly exits out of the one exit on to a busy road (which is exactly what the design was like for the Great Coates site).


Like I said, the Madejski is a doddle to get out of. Good design and forethought is what's needed and they managed it there so why can't we here?


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October 1, 2010, 10:56am
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Like I said, the Madejski is a doddle to get out of. Good design and forethought is what's needed and they managed it there so why can't we here?


Like I said, the original design for the new stadium suggested not.
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October 1, 2010, 11:32am

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Madejski? Easy to get out of? It took me at least 20 mins when I went! Coincidentally, the Madejski is built on top of an old rubbish tip and has vents located around the site to let the gases from below escape.


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The fact is,it is almost impossible to get planning permission for construction of any kind without provision for adequate parking,so any new site would have to cater for so many thousand cars,whether the punters used them or not.


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Quoted from BIGChris
I THINK the tax debt is now gone BUT the bank now want the overdraft restructured as a loan with monthly repayments


I haven't heard that one but it wouldn't surprise me. Having said that if the club have a chairman and others who are willing to underwrite the losses each year then there is little reason for Lloyds to put anything like that into practice; the rates chargable on an o/d are far greater than that on a loan.


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October 1, 2010, 10:01pm
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I haven't heard that one but it wouldn't surprise me. Having said that if the club have a chairman and others who are willing to underwrite the losses each year then there is little reason for Lloyds to put anything like that into practice; the rates chargable on an o/d are far greater than that on a loan.


The chairman said that the costs will increase on a structured repayment programme and the club are resisting it but half expect the bank to push it through anyway.

I assume the overdraft isnt fully fluctuating and if it is 'solid' then most banks will insist upon a structured repayment programme, especially in the current climate
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