Ground share OS

Graysonti

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Is it now a good idea to approach Spam about a ground share?

We can't stay in this state forever - we will eventually go backwards and at a fast pace.

Is this an option?
 

Dan Ashcroft

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Having to sub-let from them wouldn't do anything for our finances whatsoever (and we'd lose all our capital by giving up WHL).
 

camaj

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I'd be happy sharing with a championship club, why not? It wouldn't make us as attractive a takeover target though as having it to ourselves.
 

sweetness

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Groundsharing is out of the question due to restrictions in terms maximum number of allowed events (per week/month/year). That's what I heard anyway.

Additionally, the porno dwarves don't want us on their patch, which I fully understand. Beware of the mighty yids!!!!!!!!!!!11
 

ohh Teddy Teddy

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The reason this particular groundshare wouldn't work is,

West Ham's idea is to keep running track and the stadium intact, just decrease number of seats,

Our idea is to demolish the stadium and rebuild the original NDP design.

This is why we cant GS with them :)
 
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