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Topgun Pilot
Feb 18, 2004
I would imagine RM would have approved the wording on the site though?

Not necessarily. I would imagine SK would have been more involved. However, even if RM did approve the wording he may have decided to keep it to himself for any number of reasons...

For clarity, I'm not saying BL have pulled out or not (because I have no idea), all I'm saying is that the wording of a new website isn't definitive.

tommy tucker

May 24, 2009
The was a lot of talk yesterday that British land have pull out of Fossetts farm Stadium is this so or not .

Blues Heaven

Youth Team
Aug 11, 2016
The was a lot of talk yesterday that British land have pull out of Fossetts farm Stadium is this so or not .
No one knows as there has been no official statement from the club or BL.

Like many things at the club currently going on we can only speculate....

Up the Shrimpers

Life President
Oct 30, 2003

Yorkshire Blue

Super Moderator⭐
Staff member
Oct 27, 2003
It's too long term for anyone to feel urgency about it. People will bury their heads in the sand and hope for the best, focus on stuff on the pitch. It's like dying. We all know we're going to die at some point but we don't spend all day worrying about when.

Just home games.


Aug 8, 2005
My concern with this is resource. That is a valuable piece of land and I'm certain the Trust don't have that kind of money and it would take a gargantuan effort to raise. A lot of local businesses would not want to help or be involved with the club, they've had their fingers burnt in the past. Whoever the council is at the time, we'd need a lot of help from them.

If you could only play football on the land - then it is not a valuable piece of land. It's only valuable if you can put houses and/or supermarkets on it.