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Thank god I wasnt there

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My sentiments exactly, just cannot believe how bad that is

Going to be used by a local Ryman non league team next season, only just upto hosting football at that standard to be honest.

http://www.brightonandhovenews.org/2010/12/whitehawk-fc-to-switch-to-withdean-when-albion-move-to-falmer/

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You can see their excitement at the new ground (maybe why they are somewhat overhyping it).

But that old ground is a discrace. £20 plus to sit with that view.

Absolutely shocking.

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Sure when I went the last time we were in League One that the away 'stand' was the opposite side of the pitch - that little stand next to the main stand (on the left in this photo)... Must have been drunk! :biggrin:

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Sure when I went the last time we were in League One that the away 'stand' was the opposite side of the pitch - that little stand next to the main stand (on the left in this photo)... Must have been drunk! :biggrin:

You may still have been drunk but you are indeed correct.

I was there the day we were relegated from the Championship in around 2002/2003 and we were on the opposite side.

I'm sure Grant Holt scored for us.

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You can see their excitement at the new ground (maybe why they are somewhat overhyping it).

But that old ground is a discrace. £20 plus to sit with that view.

Absolutely shocking.

Seems like alot of thought is going into this as far as supporters (inc away ones) are concerned, looks like the new grounds are slowly and thankfully moving away from the awful Bowl design.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/teams/b/brighton/9432161.stm

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Is it me or has there a bloke in there that has no idea that half his arm has dissapeared?

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Seems like alot of thought is going into this as far as supporters (inc away ones) are concerned, looks like the new grounds are slowly and thankfully moving away from the awful Bowl design.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/teams/b/brighton/9432161.stm

I don't think it is the most attractive of stadiums. The modern look will go dated rather quickly and it looks souless (like Pride Park, Riverside, St Mary's etc).

Also, with a small capacity, they will still charge nearly £30 a ticket.

But still a massive improvement on where they are now.

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Is it me or has there a bloke in there that has no idea that half his arm has dissapeared?

A hole in the matrix.......

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