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What is the most tinpot ground we have ever played a proper first team game in? Histon has to be up there for me.
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Coalville
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Twerton park or the Nuneaton one

Though chasetown's ground is pretty dreary


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Belle Vue
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One of those London borough type teams we played our first year in non league....double barrelled name i think ...rotting concrete terrace all round....

think the gate was around 1000 and the away support was over half of it  


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Coalville can't be classed as a stadium?


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Wasn't there one where the away end was like standing in a concrete gutter and the toilets were just a wall to urine up? I have some flashbacks of somewhere horrible and possibly one of the reasons I didn't do many away games in that season.


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Without doubt Belle Vue, a crumbling empty ground and we were crammed in a cage.


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Belle Vue
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One of those London borough type teams we played our first year in non league....double barrelled name i think ...rotting concrete terrace all round....

think the gate was around 1000 and the away support was over half of it  


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Braintree was pretty dismal/


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Wasn't there one where the away end was like standing in a concrete gutter and the toilets were just a wall to urine up? I have some flashbacks of somewhere horrible and possibly one of the reasons I didn't do many away games in that season.


Could be Bootham Crescent, York or Saltergate, Chesterfield. Both had cabriolet ‘toilets’.
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