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The B-Ark / Re: Walk Out music
« on: June 07, 2019, 02:30:31 PM »
during Adam Murrays reign i walked out a few times before the end of the match.....
maybe this thread ought to be "Entry" music ? :)

The B-Ark / Re: Graham Potter
« on: May 20, 2019, 09:28:31 PM »
Dropped a few divisions...and got to live near Liverpool.
Apparently the New Brighton manager
Nice one!!! ;D ;D ;D
thanks BB.. lol

The B-Ark / Graham Potter
« on: May 20, 2019, 06:06:20 PM »
Dropped a few divisions...and got to live near Liverpool.
Apparently the New Brighton manager

The B-Ark / Re: Signing N0 1
« on: May 16, 2019, 04:35:35 PM »
They don't come much bigger than the 'beast' at Wycombe, he's still knocking them in. ;)
possibly going to WWE .. i laughed.. but talks are happening apparently

The B-Ark / Re: Notts County Relegated
« on: May 10, 2019, 05:49:09 PM »
Jim Roswell effect, Everything he gets involved with turns to s**te.

Did they get a lot of players from Area 51?

The B-Ark / Re: Hereford
« on: May 01, 2019, 09:08:18 PM »
Strange thing that Forest's City Ground is in West Bridgford and Notts County's ground is in the City. Sad to see County struggling but it is not that long ago BUFC played them in the League.

It's not THAT long since we played Bournemouth as equals! Crazy.
and they scored our first league goal if memory serves me right

The B-Ark / Re: Hereford
« on: May 01, 2019, 12:51:58 PM »
The new stadium is only 2.5 miles from york street, really not that far. Hopefully there will be good buses on match days from town centre.

However it's very rare a new stadium gets built in town centre these days and out of town is far more practical. It appeared that DN spent a lot of time planning options for a location for the new ground, so I think we can be happy that the best overall location was selected. I think we also need to bare in mind that the new stadium is being partly funded by the other developments at the Quadrant, another reason why this location was the most feasible, without the enabling developments there wouldn't be the funds for the stadium.

Usually when a club moves stadium it's to something bigger and better. The capacity of the new stadium is slightly lower than York Street, however we don't really need bigger. In all the time I've been going to York Street the only matches when the stadiums was close to/at capacity were the friendlies and Man Utd and Liverpool, League Cup game against Fulham, First Match in Football league against Bournemouth, Matches against Lincoln in Football League, match v Nuneaton when tickets were free after being called off at half time on new years day in 2002. Not been close to full since we got relegated.  So we don't need a bigger ground. York Street is known as being one of the best non league grounds with good character, let's hope the new ground has a bit of character of it's own and doesn't feel like a downgrade.

What we must remember though is staying at York Street isn't viable, it's simply not affordable due to lack of income/rent, we don't own it and owners want to sell it so they could if they wanted to have kicked us out before now and left us homeless. The new ground should see us being more financial stable and have a club for the long term and hopefully soon playing at the level above.

Very rare for new stadiums in the UK to be built in urban centres. It happens a lot more in the USA, but their towns/cities are laid out very differently in blocks, far more spread out, and you'll find available brownfield land quite close to the downtown areas. Not so here. I really don't think Boston Utd could have found a better location without expending millions more on demolition and land costs. Anyway, as the decades pass, Boston will expand outwards and future generations of fans won't feel it's as "out-of-town" as we do today. The City Ground was once on the outskirts of Nottingham, along with Trent Bridge!
true again Pete... you are on a roll :)

The B-Ark / Re: Hereford
« on: May 01, 2019, 10:40:23 AM »
Nothing we can do if the landlords want to sell.

And as much as we love it, YS is no longer fit for purpose. It's an obsolete 70s design, expensive to maintain, and earns us pitiful levels of non-matchday income.

I highly doubt the York Street site is big enough to accomodate a new stadium that complies with the Green Guide even if we owned the site and had money in the bank to build it.

I agree the Wyberton site is a bit too out of town for my liking, but it's preferable to the Boardsides proposal and I can't think of any suitable sites closer to the town.

Is what it is.
sad but true Pete

The B-Ark / Re: Community day.
« on: April 02, 2019, 07:38:40 PM »
following you again Tash in agreement

i was impressed with what the community guys  did on the on the day and what they do on a daily basis.
a lot dont realise just how big the Community scheme is. its up there with league clubs in size.
The Club has to be more than The First Team.

The B-Ark / Re: Scandalous remarks by Mark Isaacs.
« on: April 02, 2019, 07:31:26 PM »
have to agree with Tash.
Mark appears to be a sad and bitter individual who's greatest joy would be for the club to close so he could say " i told you so"
if you have nothing good to say don't bother saying it..

The B-Ark / Re: Community day.
« on: April 01, 2019, 10:31:38 PM »
come on moaners... SURELY there was something wrong with this??

The B-Ark / Re: Ariel view of new ground
« on: April 01, 2019, 10:27:02 PM »
if you want to be picky."Ariel"  is spelt incorrectly unless its a mermaid flying the drone
come on Mark .. pay more attention
er discuss

 i thought it to be an interesting video and who ever flew the drone did a good job and thanks for sharing it on this forum

The B-Ark / Re: v Curzon
« on: April 01, 2019, 10:02:51 PM »
Mark Isaac..
you must be bored..
you come on this forum looking to wind people up and you are also busy on one of the boston facebook pages.
is your life so empty that only trolling forums is  now your purpose in life

The B-Ark / Re: O/T In or out
« on: March 24, 2019, 04:59:19 PM »
how the chuff will this ever be sorted?

the amounts countries are owing each other is ridiculous...

the figure of £39 billion to be paid is roughly £700 a piece,,, why dont they "rebate" us with it ? at least it might get spent in UK :)
having said that, £39 billion seems a lot but in these days of ridiculous amounts its a drop in the ocean.
many youngsters saying their future had been stolen... best get saving boys and girls cos someone at sometime is going to have to repay it.
the austerity we have seen may have been easy to what it might be.....

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