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  1. Agree that he should have just got on with it but it is more than likely that he was asked to get on with this added burden without an increased budget to complete the now necessary maintenance required by the management insisting on train there.
  2. Apparently management team had been having a go at Mark about the standard of his pitch since they have come in. On Saturday it was something to do with the floodlights being turned off early?
  3. Worth remember the first team and possibly reserves would train on the pitch during the day which straight away is a saving. Youth Academy at night and I’d imagine any slots that are left would then be available for let. So money to be made in the form of savings rather than income as such. Would rather the pitch stays grass as imo professional football shouldn’t be played on plastic but I think it looks inevitable unfortunately.
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