East Stand to open in new year

The East Stand pictured on Wednesday. Picture: Holly Cant

The East Stand pictured on Wednesday. Picture: Holly Cant

by Frank Smith , Deputy Group Sports Editor 10:00am Friday 4th October 2013 in Watford FC News

A section of the new East Stand at Vicarage Road could be open to supporters as early as the new year.

The Joint Contracts Tribunal documents were signed on Monday when a substantial six-figure sum was also paid as a deposit, which meant demolition work was able to begin on the same day.

The stand is a multi-million pound development which will have concrete foundations and rows with steel framework.

It will house around 3,000 Watford fans but the design of the structure means it would be easy to expand in the future if required.

The new structure will be built in sections from left to right; initially starting from the yellow railings at the Vicarage Road end of the stand to the players’ tunnel.

This will enable the new changing rooms for the players and officials to be in place before the current facilities, which are to the right of the players’ tunnel, are demolished.

This means a large section of the new stand should be ready in the new year and it is hoped the whole stand will be open in spring.

Alternative dug-outs will be installed and there will be temporary kiosks used this season until those areas can be fully fitted in the summer.

Work started this week but the plans are flexible and changes are still being made, which means the club are reluctant to set exact dates for completion.

This week the wall at the front of the stand, up to the technical area, was knocked down and replaced with wooden hoardings.

Part of the old stairs at the Vicarage Road end of the East Stand will remain but the railings beyond that section were removed this week.

The club are planning to move the temporary building which houses the members of staff who control the big screen to above the Click-and-Collect shop, which is on the corner of Occupation Road and Vicarage Road.

The temporary gantry used by some of the media will also need to be removed before the more heavy-duty demolition begins.

Local firm Gaywoods are completing the demolition work with the stand being built by stadia construction specialists GL Events.

The current East Stand was closed to supporters in 2008 due to safety concerns.

The media have continued to use the facilities and the players’ families and friends started sitting in the stand towards the end of last season.

Watford chief executive Scott Duxbury said shortly after his arrival last year that an East Stand would be built once the average attendance was around the 15,000 mark, with the Vicarage Road capacity around 17,000 if you exclude restricted view seats.

The attendances at the end of the 2012/13 campaign indicated there was the demand for a new stand and the average attendance so far this season have reiterated that.

Most read

People who read this also read

Comments

10:14am Fri 4 Oct 13 ForzaWatford says…

Will there be any sort of scheme where previous season ticket holders from the East Stand get first refusal on moving back there when it's all completed?

  • Score: -1

10:45am Fri 4 Oct 13 PMJ1966 says…

Great news. Hope the ball boys are good at climbing fences!

  • Score: 14

11:19am Fri 4 Oct 13 santa-says says…

Are there any pics/plans of the chosen design for us to see?

  • Score: 4

11:20am Fri 4 Oct 13 lockerbiehornet says…

Be great to see it finished, but also sad to see the old East Stand go, have had many fantastic nights sat there.... Beating Wrexham 2-0 to gain promotion to the old 1st Division and 'that night' against Kaiserslautern!! Be good to have a ground we're actually proud of now we have the team to grace such a place! COYGB's

  • Score: 12

11:37am Fri 4 Oct 13 Harry's Bar says…

santa-says wrote…

Are there any pics/plans of the chosen design for us to see?

www.designandbuilduk .net/news‎

  • Score: 0

11:50am Fri 4 Oct 13 Only 2 Ross Jenkins says…

There must be some more detailed images/designs that the WO can share with us? Artist's/architect's drawings etc.

  • Score: 2

12:15pm Fri 4 Oct 13 JimBob1 says…

Harry's Bar wrote…

santa-says wrote…

Are there any pics/plans of the chosen design for us to see?
www.designandbuilduk .net/news‎

That's a old picture from the 2008 plans. No artists impressions exist yet for the new East Stand and the plans themselves have yet to be published.

  • Score: 3

12:26pm Fri 4 Oct 13 santa-says says…

Would be really good to know there is a design continuity to blend with the current buildings. A mirror (on a smaller scale maybe) of the Rouse would be excellent.

  • Score: 4

12:38pm Fri 4 Oct 13 micksolly says…

ForzaWatford wrote…

Will there be any sort of scheme where previous season ticket holders from the East Stand get first refusal on moving back there when it's all completed?

Good point we were promised 'reserved rights' when we got moved so hoping that will be the case. Might be worth writing to the club to get a response.

  • Score: 0

12:41pm Fri 4 Oct 13 Bush Hornet says…

we're a quality outfit. I like the professional no-nonsense approach to this

  • Score: 1

12:58pm Fri 4 Oct 13 Buenos Aires Hornet says…

The stand will probably look something along these lines: http://www.stadia-ma gazine.com/news.php? NewsID=50044

  • Score: -1

1:01pm Fri 4 Oct 13 Ronny oh Ronny Ronny says…

I remember standing there on a magical night at the Vic when league champions Leeds came in the cup and we destroyed them 2-1!!

  • Score: 5

1:08pm Fri 4 Oct 13 rayman01 says…

As I said on a different thread should consider giving first section of the East Stand over to away fans. This would make Vic Road end all yellow like the old days. Would free up seats by getting rid of segregated firebreak. Would give us powerful vocal support by both goals. Might make difference in some games. We could justify by improving provision for away fans a la Cardiff. Alternatively give 1881 and old East Stand ST holders first choice. This would improve atmosphere. Hope there are no pillars - if so away fans best option. What do think guys? Luv the Horns and praying for 3 points tomorrow.

  • Score: -1

1:15pm Fri 4 Oct 13 Watforce says…

PMJ1966 wrote…

Great news. Hope the ball boys are good at climbing fences!

you'd need to wake them up first!

  • Score: 5

1:55pm Fri 4 Oct 13 JimBob1 says…

rayman01 wrote…

As I said on a different thread should consider giving first section of the East Stand over to away fans. This would make Vic Road end all yellow like the old days. Would free up seats by getting rid of segregated firebreak. Would give us powerful vocal support by both goals. Might make difference in some games. We could justify by improving provision for away fans a la Cardiff. Alternatively give 1881 and old East Stand ST holders first choice. This would improve atmosphere. Hope there are no pillars - if so away fans best option. What do think guys? Luv the Horns and praying for 3 points tomorrow.

The Vicarage Road End is a terrible stand. The concourse is tiny which prevents the club selling alcohol there and stops them using all the seats in the stand for safety reasons. With the entrance for away fans being where it is I can't see the club moving them any time soon. Plus we'd essentially be forced to give them the vast majority of the new stand for league allocations and the whole thing for FA Cup games. Hopefully once the East Stand is sorted the club can turn their attentions in time to replacing the North Stand with something fit for purpose. Then we can probably think about moving the away bloc to somewhere out of the way.

  • Score: 9

2:02pm Fri 4 Oct 13 NorthHertsHornet28 says…

Brilliant News. Scott Duxbury said that if we averaged atleast 15,000 a week we would get our 4th stand. It's great that we now have owners/CEO's that stick to their promises. Great effort that we also now have 12,000 season ticket holders, lets hope this grows year on year. You Ornssss.

  • Score: 7

2:18pm Fri 4 Oct 13 srfc says…

picture from and egg chaser stadium but built by the same company and similar in design to the above link. http://upload.wikime dia.org/wikipedia/co mmons/0/0b/Sixways_S lickSystems_East_Sta nd.jpg

  • Score: -1

2:18pm Fri 4 Oct 13 Stoney77 says…

rayman01 wrote…

As I said on a different thread should consider giving first section of the East Stand over to away fans. This would make Vic Road end all yellow like the old days. Would free up seats by getting rid of segregated firebreak. Would give us powerful vocal support by both goals. Might make difference in some games. We could justify by improving provision for away fans a la Cardiff. Alternatively give 1881 and old East Stand ST holders first choice. This would improve atmosphere. Hope there are no pillars - if so away fans best option. What do think guys? Luv the Horns and praying for 3 points tomorrow.

I think it depends on how big this first section is. If it is being built in stages I would guess the initial stage would only hold 1000 seats, and then 2 more stages of 1000 seats each perhaps. This isn’t therefore enough to give to the away fans so for the rest of this season I think the away fans will stay where they are. Once the East stand is finished though then I think the club need to think long and hard about who should go where. What is for sure though is the ‘1881 membership’ would significantly increase if all members were guaranteed good views. I reckon there must be at least 500 STH’s in the Rookery who would like to be in a ‘singing section’ but do not want to lose the good view they currently have from their current seat. If the 1881 can be given a block of 1000 seats, be that at one end of the East stand, or in the current away end then I think they would fill that and the noise from 1000 people would be fantastic bearing in mind the more noise there is, the more people sing (I know that sounds silly and the wrong way round but I hope you know what I mean!) Further food for thought is that the 1881 are doing a great job and the ‘partnership’ with the back of the Rookery is starting to take hold. Do we want to ‘split them up’ and risk a decrease in atmosphere. Could the family stand be moved to the East stand, the away fans stay where they are and the 1881 be given a couple of blocks in the Vic Rd End? How many of the family stand are there because of a ‘family atmosphere’ and no alcohol,l and how many are there because there are some great seats on offer? I hope the club have ‘atmosphere’ at the top of their agenda (after ‘safety’ of course) when deciding who goes where.

  • Score: 9

3:29pm Fri 4 Oct 13 demerit says…

ForzaWatford wrote…

Will there be any sort of scheme where previous season ticket holders from the East Stand get first refusal on moving back there when it's all completed?

Why would you want to sit there when it's a far better view in the west stand?

  • Score: -3

4:38pm Fri 4 Oct 13 neilhorn says…

srfc wrote…

picture from and egg chaser stadium but built by the same company and similar in design to the above link. http://upload.wikime dia.org/wikipedia/co mmons/0/0b/Sixways_S lickSystems_East_Sta nd.jpg

this would do we - we don't want an expensive half empty white elephant, just a functional, value for money stand to fill in that side of the ground and allow a realistic 3000 extra watford fans in with a good view. Our owners seem to have their heads screwed on

  • Score: 9

5:05pm Fri 4 Oct 13 1234566789 says…

rayman01 wrote…

As I said on a different thread should consider giving first section of the East Stand over to away fans. This would make Vic Road end all yellow like the old days. Would free up seats by getting rid of segregated firebreak. Would give us powerful vocal support by both goals. Might make difference in some games. We could justify by improving provision for away fans a la Cardiff. Alternatively give 1881 and old East Stand ST holders first choice. This would improve atmosphere. Hope there are no pillars - if so away fans best option. What do think guys? Luv the Horns and praying for 3 points tomorrow.

I still think this is a terrible idea. Having both home and away fans walking down occupation road before and after each match is just asking for trouble

  • Score: 4

5:20pm Fri 4 Oct 13 Man from Pinner says…

I sat in the East Stand for years before the safety issue. I think I would like to move back but before making a final decision it would be good to have an opportunity to "trial" the seating and view before making a final decision. The club did offer us an opportunity to move back when the stand was rebuilt so I hope they honour this promise.

  • Score: 2

5:47pm Fri 4 Oct 13 shrodells67 says…

I remember everyone in the east stand shielding their eyes from the sun in order to see the game. Maybe give away free peak caps with every season ticket.

  • Score: 3

6:29pm Fri 4 Oct 13 Gusthehorn says…

"concrete foundations and rows with steel framework" I'm glad they cleared that up, here was me thinking they were going to make it from liquorice and chocolate.

  • Score: 0

7:59pm Fri 4 Oct 13 demerit says…

Gusthehorn wrote…

"concrete foundations and rows with steel framework" I'm glad they cleared that up, here was me thinking they were going to make it from liquorice and chocolate.

I love the "Joints Contract Tribunal" documents - in other words the Contract!

  • Score: 0

11:43pm Fri 4 Oct 13 Andrew1963 says…

1234566789 wrote…

rayman01 wrote…

As I said on a different thread should consider giving first section of the East Stand over to away fans. This would make Vic Road end all yellow like the old days. Would free up seats by getting rid of segregated firebreak. Would give us powerful vocal support by both goals. Might make difference in some games. We could justify by improving provision for away fans a la Cardiff. Alternatively give 1881 and old East Stand ST holders first choice. This would improve atmosphere. Hope there are no pillars - if so away fans best option. What do think guys? Luv the Horns and praying for 3 points tomorrow.
I still think this is a terrible idea. Having both home and away fans walking down occupation road before and after each match is just asking for trouble

But home and away fans walk down vicarage reload and virtually half the Rous and most of the home vicarage road crowd walk through away supporters at the end of the match.. I am sure all options will be considered, including giving lower Rous over to away fans

  • Score: 0

1:07am Sat 5 Oct 13 rayman01 says…

Andrew1963 wrote…

1234566789 wrote…

rayman01 wrote…

As I said on a different thread should consider giving first section of the East Stand over to away fans. This would make Vic Road end all yellow like the old days. Would free up seats by getting rid of segregated firebreak. Would give us powerful vocal support by both goals. Might make difference in some games. We could justify by improving provision for away fans a la Cardiff. Alternatively give 1881 and old East Stand ST holders first choice. This would improve atmosphere. Hope there are no pillars - if so away fans best option. What do think guys? Luv the Horns and praying for 3 points tomorrow.
I still think this is a terrible idea. Having both home and away fans walking down occupation road before and after each match is just asking for trouble
But home and away fans walk down vicarage reload and virtually half the Rous and most of the home vicarage road crowd walk through away supporters at the end of the match.. I am sure all options will be considered, including giving lower Rous over to away fans

I am glad to tease out a variety of views on where the away fans should go in the future. I'll try and illustrate what I said about having home support behind both goals. In the GT era we always clapped the opposition goalkeeper, a tradition still maintained at Watford. However, after that for 90 minutes he has to endure 'hostile' crowd behind him. I think this would unsettle most people especially for penalties. Or look at it another way - end of last season when Cassetti breathed softly on Knockfart the collective shout in that corner for a pen must have influenced the ref. Put away fans to the side means their influence is restricted to linesmen and throw in decisions. It is just a theory of mine but if we want to get promotion need to make the Vic at fortress. Home form cost us last season as we did more than enough away. Competitive advantage is always worth looking at. Luv the Horns!

  • Score: 0

5:19am Sat 5 Oct 13 Skully84 says…

Remember the old and new Rookery stands being half full for away fans.. Do we need visiting supporters to be placed on the sides of the ground? Have we an inferiority complex? Well historically Watford have always been better as an away side than any other club on its level, which means we have been generally crap at the Vic (in the all time table). Away fans in the Vic End for 2013-14 than we'll see next summer.

  • Score: 0

6:32am Sat 5 Oct 13 lutondown says…

1234566789 wrote…

rayman01 wrote…

As I said on a different thread should consider giving first section of the East Stand over to away fans. This would make Vic Road end all yellow like the old days. Would free up seats by getting rid of segregated firebreak. Would give us powerful vocal support by both goals. Might make difference in some games. We could justify by improving provision for away fans a la Cardiff. Alternatively give 1881 and old East Stand ST holders first choice. This would improve atmosphere. Hope there are no pillars - if so away fans best option. What do think guys? Luv the Horns and praying for 3 points tomorrow.
I still think this is a terrible idea. Having both home and away fans walking down occupation road before and after each match is just asking for trouble

Uh? Do fans not mingle in Vicarage Road currently? Rarely any trouble is there?

  • Score: 1

6:34am Sat 5 Oct 13 lutondown says…

rayman01 wrote…

Andrew1963 wrote…

1234566789 wrote…

rayman01 wrote…

As I said on a different thread should consider giving first section of the East Stand over to away fans. This would make Vic Road end all yellow like the old days. Would free up seats by getting rid of segregated firebreak. Would give us powerful vocal support by both goals. Might make difference in some games. We could justify by improving provision for away fans a la Cardiff. Alternatively give 1881 and old East Stand ST holders first choice. This would improve atmosphere. Hope there are no pillars - if so away fans best option. What do think guys? Luv the Horns and praying for 3 points tomorrow.
I still think this is a terrible idea. Having both home and away fans walking down occupation road before and after each match is just asking for trouble
But home and away fans walk down vicarage reload and virtually half the Rous and most of the home vicarage road crowd walk through away supporters at the end of the match.. I am sure all options will be considered, including giving lower Rous over to away fans
I am glad to tease out a variety of views on where the away fans should go in the future. I'll try and illustrate what I said about having home support behind both goals. In the GT era we always clapped the opposition goalkeeper, a tradition still maintained at Watford. However, after that for 90 minutes he has to endure 'hostile' crowd behind him. I think this would unsettle most people especially for penalties. Or look at it another way - end of last season when Cassetti breathed softly on Knockfart the collective shout in that corner for a pen must have influenced the ref. Put away fans to the side means their influence is restricted to linesmen and throw in decisions. It is just a theory of mine but if we want to get promotion need to make the Vic at fortress. Home form cost us last season as we did more than enough away. Competitive advantage is always worth looking at. Luv the Horns!

Agree! See you didn't appeal to the toolshed crew as they never thumbed up your sensible proposal...of course not, they are rusty old tools, is why!!

  • Score: 0

6:35am Sat 5 Oct 13 lutondown says…

Harry's Bar wrote…

santa-says wrote…

Are there any pics/plans of the chosen design for us to see?
www.designandbuilduk .net/news‎

Jeez Harold's Bra, that photo is as out of date as you, you relic you. How's ESH? Still a bell end I trust

  • Score: 0

6:37am Sat 5 Oct 13 lutondown says…

Stoney77 wrote…

rayman01 wrote…

As I said on a different thread should consider giving first section of the East Stand over to away fans. This would make Vic Road end all yellow like the old days. Would free up seats by getting rid of segregated firebreak. Would give us powerful vocal support by both goals. Might make difference in some games. We could justify by improving provision for away fans a la Cardiff. Alternatively give 1881 and old East Stand ST holders first choice. This would improve atmosphere. Hope there are no pillars - if so away fans best option. What do think guys? Luv the Horns and praying for 3 points tomorrow.
I think it depends on how big this first section is. If it is being built in stages I would guess the initial stage would only hold 1000 seats, and then 2 more stages of 1000 seats each perhaps. This isn’t therefore enough to give to the away fans so for the rest of this season I think the away fans will stay where they are. Once the East stand is finished though then I think the club need to think long and hard about who should go where. What is for sure though is the ‘1881 membership’ would significantly increase if all members were guaranteed good views. I reckon there must be at least 500 STH’s in the Rookery who would like to be in a ‘singing section’ but do not want to lose the good view they currently have from their current seat. If the 1881 can be given a block of 1000 seats, be that at one end of the East stand, or in the current away end then I think they would fill that and the noise from 1000 people would be fantastic bearing in mind the more noise there is, the more people sing (I know that sounds silly and the wrong way round but I hope you know what I mean!) Further food for thought is that the 1881 are doing a great job and the ‘partnership’ with the back of the Rookery is starting to take hold. Do we want to ‘split them up’ and risk a decrease in atmosphere. Could the family stand be moved to the East stand, the away fans stay where they are and the 1881 be given a couple of blocks in the Vic Rd End? How many of the family stand are there because of a ‘family atmosphere’ and no alcohol,l and how many are there because there are some great seats on offer? I hope the club have ‘atmosphere’ at the top of their agenda (after ‘safety’ of course) when deciding who goes where.

Spot on buddy. I voted for you 8 times ;) got to out thumb the tools you see!

  • Score: 7

8:27am Sat 5 Oct 13 1234566789 says…

Andrew1963 wrote…

1234566789 wrote…

rayman01 wrote…

As I said on a different thread should consider giving first section of the East Stand over to away fans. This would make Vic Road end all yellow like the old days. Would free up seats by getting rid of segregated firebreak. Would give us powerful vocal support by both goals. Might make difference in some games. We could justify by improving provision for away fans a la Cardiff. Alternatively give 1881 and old East Stand ST holders first choice. This would improve atmosphere. Hope there are no pillars - if so away fans best option. What do think guys? Luv the Horns and praying for 3 points tomorrow.
I still think this is a terrible idea. Having both home and away fans walking down occupation road before and after each match is just asking for trouble
But home and away fans walk down vicarage reload and virtually half the Rous and most of the home vicarage road crowd walk through away supporters at the end of the match.. I am sure all options will be considered, including giving lower Rous over to away fans

No, I know. I'm not meaning there would be constant trouble either. Just think that, with it bring such a compact road, it would cause some trouble. Vicarage road is a lot more open with more families and most importantly more police. I like the idea of the away fans being at the side of the ground but I think I would put them in the Lower Rous. This way they don't even take over an entire side of the ground.. From memory isn't that what we did with Palace in the playoffs in 06? And also for a period in the 90s?

  • Score: 1

12:42pm Sat 5 Oct 13 Stoney77 says…

1234566789 wrote…

Andrew1963 wrote…

1234566789 wrote…

rayman01 wrote…

As I said on a different thread should consider giving first section of the East Stand over to away fans. This would make Vic Road end all yellow like the old days. Would free up seats by getting rid of segregated firebreak. Would give us powerful vocal support by both goals. Might make difference in some games. We could justify by improving provision for away fans a la Cardiff. Alternatively give 1881 and old East Stand ST holders first choice. This would improve atmosphere. Hope there are no pillars - if so away fans best option. What do think guys? Luv the Horns and praying for 3 points tomorrow.
I still think this is a terrible idea. Having both home and away fans walking down occupation road before and after each match is just asking for trouble
But home and away fans walk down vicarage reload and virtually half the Rous and most of the home vicarage road crowd walk through away supporters at the end of the match.. I am sure all options will be considered, including giving lower Rous over to away fans
No, I know. I'm not meaning there would be constant trouble either. Just think that, with it bring such a compact road, it would cause some trouble. Vicarage road is a lot more open with more families and most importantly more police. I like the idea of the away fans being at the side of the ground but I think I would put them in the Lower Rous. This way they don't even take over an entire side of the ground.. From memory isn't that what we did with Palace in the playoffs in 06? And also for a period in the 90s?

Isn't the access road to the Rous stand just as narrow as Occupation Road? (Never go round there so don't really know)?

  • Score: 0

12:49pm Sat 5 Oct 13 Boosey says…

Stoney77 wrote…

1234566789 wrote…

Andrew1963 wrote…

1234566789 wrote…

rayman01 wrote…

As I said on a different thread should consider giving first section of the East Stand over to away fans. This would make Vic Road end all yellow like the old days. Would free up seats by getting rid of segregated firebreak. Would give us powerful vocal support by both goals. Might make difference in some games. We could justify by improving provision for away fans a la Cardiff. Alternatively give 1881 and old East Stand ST holders first choice. This would improve atmosphere. Hope there are no pillars - if so away fans best option. What do think guys? Luv the Horns and praying for 3 points tomorrow.
I still think this is a terrible idea. Having both home and away fans walking down occupation road before and after each match is just asking for trouble
But home and away fans walk down vicarage reload and virtually half the Rous and most of the home vicarage road crowd walk through away supporters at the end of the match.. I am sure all options will be considered, including giving lower Rous over to away fans
No, I know. I'm not meaning there would be constant trouble either. Just think that, with it bring such a compact road, it would cause some trouble. Vicarage road is a lot more open with more families and most importantly more police. I like the idea of the away fans being at the side of the ground but I think I would put them in the Lower Rous. This way they don't even take over an entire side of the ground.. From memory isn't that what we did with Palace in the playoffs in 06? And also for a period in the 90s?
Isn't the access road to the Rous stand just as narrow as Occupation Road? (Never go round there so don't really know)?

Access is in Vicarage Road, same turnstiles for Family Stand, I think.

  • Score: 3

8:14am Sun 6 Oct 13 @bishopofwatford says…

rayman01 wrote…

Andrew1963 wrote…

1234566789 wrote…

rayman01 wrote…

As I said on a different thread should consider giving first section of the East Stand over to away fans. This would make Vic Road end all yellow like the old days. Would free up seats by getting rid of segregated firebreak. Would give us powerful vocal support by both goals. Might make difference in some games. We could justify by improving provision for away fans a la Cardiff. Alternatively give 1881 and old East Stand ST holders first choice. This would improve atmosphere. Hope there are no pillars - if so away fans best option. What do think guys? Luv the Horns and praying for 3 points tomorrow.
I still think this is a terrible idea. Having both home and away fans walking down occupation road before and after each match is just asking for trouble
But home and away fans walk down vicarage reload and virtually half the Rous and most of the home vicarage road crowd walk through away supporters at the end of the match.. I am sure all options will be considered, including giving lower Rous over to away fans
I am glad to tease out a variety of views on where the away fans should go in the future. I'll try and illustrate what I said about having home support behind both goals. In the GT era we always clapped the opposition goalkeeper, a tradition still maintained at Watford. However, after that for 90 minutes he has to endure 'hostile' crowd behind him. I think this would unsettle most people especially for penalties. Or look at it another way - end of last season when Cassetti breathed softly on Knockfart the collective shout in that corner for a pen must have influenced the ref. Put away fans to the side means their influence is restricted to linesmen and throw in decisions. It is just a theory of mine but if we want to get promotion need to make the Vic at fortress. Home form cost us last season as we did more than enough away. Competitive advantage is always worth looking at. Luv the Horns!

One major tactical fact that using the lower rouse for amay support is tha Whenever a penalty is awarded, the area behind the keeper hence facing the Pen taker will always be partisan and pro golden ! To my recollection the only street trouble around the ground was when a team from Bedfordshire came to a cup match and the powers that were ,at The time obviously consider that strangely it appeared to have been safer to permit confrontation WITHIN THE GROUND....@.....Rous /vicarage rd corner! But that as they say is quite another thread....... COYH.BOW

  • Score: 0

4:52pm Sun 6 Oct 13 santa-says says…

So we don't have a design available to view?? Please, please make sure it blends and retains the design synergy.

  • Score: 1
Comments are closed on this article