New Grounds to visit.

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New Grounds to visit.

Post by goldandblack » Tue Aug 27, 2019 8:55 pm

Now you all have a chance to visits new grounds and new adventures,
which grounds you have not been to yet. or grounds you look forward to seeing,

Accrington………………..
AFC Wimbledon………….
Blackpool………………….
Bolton……………………..
Bristol Rovers…………….
Burton……………………..
Bury………………………..
Coventry…(highfield, or brum)
Doncaster…………………..
Fleetwood………………….
Gillingham…………………
Ipswich………………………
Lincoln……………………..
MK Dons…………………..
Oxford Utd…………………
Peterborough……………….
Portsmouth………………….
Rochdale…………………….
Rotherham…………………..
Shrewsbury………………….
Southend…………………….
Sunderland…………………..
Tranmere…………………….
Wycombe……………………

Grounds I’ve not been to.
Accrington
Fleetwood
Lincoln


My Fav trips to.
Portsmouth, Atmosphere, usually hostile but a laugh.
Blackpool
bank hols weekend matches.

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Re: New Grounds to visit.

Post by Shed on tour » Tue Aug 27, 2019 10:00 pm

G&B
That alleyway leading to the away turnstiles at Fratton Park could get lively at times.
Looking forward to Fleetwood, hopefully Rochdale as long as it gets postponed and AFC Wimbledon. The only other one I haven’t done is Oxford (new ground) been to the old manor ground though. Again for that one I will have to hope we have 3 players called up for internationals and it is postponed as will be in Kosovo for the England game otherwise.

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Re: New Grounds to visit.

Post by Charnwood » Tue Aug 27, 2019 10:10 pm

goldandblack wrote:
Tue Aug 27, 2019 8:55 pm
Now you all have a chance to visits new grounds and new adventures,
which grounds you have not been to yet. or grounds you look forward to seeing,

Accrington……………….❌
AFC Wimbledon……….❌
Blackpool…………………❌
Bolton……………………..✅
Bristol Rovers…………..✅
Burton……………………..✅
Bury………………………..❌
Coventry…(highfield, or brum)❌
Doncaster………………….✅.
Fleetwood…………………❌
Gillingham…………………❌
Ipswich………………………✅
Lincoln……………………..❌
MK Dons…………………..✅
Oxford Utd……….………✅ (Old Ground)
Peterborough……………✅
Portsmouth……………….✅
Rochdale……………………❌
Rotherham…………………✅
Shrewsbury………………..❌
Southend……………………❌
Sunderland………………..❌
Tranmere……………………❌
Wycombe……………………❌

Grounds I’ve not been to.
❌. (14 in total)

My Fav trips to.
Portsmouth, Bolton & Burton, would like to go to The Stadium of Light, Sunderland, no real desire to go to any of the others.

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Re: New Grounds to visit.

Post by goldandblack » Tue Aug 27, 2019 10:37 pm

Shed on tour wrote:
Tue Aug 27, 2019 10:00 pm
G&B
That alleyway leading to the away turnstiles at Fratton Park could get lively at times.
Looking forward to Fleetwood, hopefully Rochdale as long as it gets postponed and AFC Wimbledon. The only other one I haven’t done is Oxford (new ground) been to the old manor ground though. Again for that one I will have to hope we have 3 players called up for internationals and it is postponed as will be in Kosovo for the England game otherwise.
remember one season at Portsmouth they had a fire drill, they made the Wolves fans walk across the pitch and past the Pompey fans end instead of leaving at our end, bast""ds did it on purpose. I remember going down for a non league game v Waterlooville (played at Fratton park nights games) still hostile but a laugh.

talking of new grounds I don't think the Wombles play at plough lane now so not been to there ground,

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