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Quagmire
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Anyone know if the incoming ECB Chairman is the former GTFC director?
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Yes, it is
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a quick google also dug up this from the past of GTFC: http://thefishy.co.uk/story.php?sid=909&stid=8119680&p=2
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This was the day of mass-resignations by board members which lead to John Fenty rejoining the board a couple of months later in July 2001, leading to a glorious few weeks culminating in Town going top of the second tier on the same day England won 5-1 in Munich, followed by (so far) 13 seasons of pain.


59 Seasons following the Mariners from the Barrett Stand side.
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Wasn't Mr Graves boss at Costcutter?
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This was the day of mass-resignations by board members which lead to John Fenty rejoining the board a couple of months later in July 2001, leading to a glorious few weeks culminating in Town going top of the second tier on the same day England won 5-1 in Munich, followed by (so far) 13 seasons of pain.


"Mr Furneaux also confirmed that the new stadium proposal was still very much in the club's future plans."


No longer Sick of the BlueSquare  
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"Mr Furneaux also confirmed that the new stadium proposal was still very much in the club's future plans."


In the future (approximately 5 billion years) the sun will have burnt its supply of hydrogen and will transform into a red giant and will eventually consume the earth.

So which comes first, that or a new ground.
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In the future (approximately 5 billion years) the sun will have burnt its supply of hydrogen and will transform into a red giant and will eventually consume the earth.

So which comes first, that or a new ground.


Has it got planning permission for that?


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Has it got planning permission for that?


With regret the North East Milky Way council have found that an obscure terrestrial lifeform know as humans inhabit Earth, and engulfing the entire planet in a fireball would render this rare lifeform extinct.  Planning permission was therefore denied.


"Pound for pound, and class for class, the best football team I have seen in England since the war. In the league they were in they played football nobody else could play. Everything was measured, planned and perfected and you could not wish to see more entertaining football." Bill Shankly, Manager GTFC 1951-54
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With regret the North East Milky Way council have found that an obscure terrestrial lifeform know as humans inhabit Earth, and engulfing the entire planet in a fireball would render this rare lifeform extinct.  Planning permission was therefore denied.


I understand the leader of the North East Milky Way council has suggested a totally unsuitable planet in the outer reaches of the solar system.

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