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Tuesday 30th July

 



penny banner
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Jul 30, 2019, 10:11 PM

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RAMSGATE v Folkestone. p.s.f. Result 0-1. kick off 19.49 I.M.T. Admission £3 for old people. Programme £2. Attendance 151.

The ref. helped the teams prepare for the coming season with a 4 minute late kick off and when we eventually got going this was a good game with Folkestone winning 1-0 in goals and 3-1 in crossbar strikes. Good to see former Ramsgate icon Alfie Paxman strutting his stuff for the away side. A lift home from Kents premier hopper was the icing on the gateau for me.


Digdagdog
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Jul 30, 2019, 10:29 PM

Posts: 1517
Location: Melksham, Wiltshire
Team(s): Melksham Town, Bath Rugby, Wigan Warriors and Lancashire CCC

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PSF
infiLED Arena
Melksham Town 0 Swindon Town 6
Admission: £7 Paper available Attendance: 756

This is becoming an annual event and a sign of a nice link-up between the two clubs. Very much a Trialist/Development squad, the visitors were way too good for the Step 4 side. To be fair, we looked leggy from the off and were 0-3 down inside 15 minutes. We shipped another couple before HT and but for Dempsey in goal making two fantastic saves, it could have been worse.
A freak goal early in the second half was the only other score. I am starting to be quite impressed with our new players; there are a couple who will absolutely ensure we are going to have a good season, so all not wasted.
Amazing turnout, of whom 60% were travelling Town fans; fair play to them and they seemed to enjoy themselves.



2018-19 Games: 166 Goals: 611 GPG: 3.68 New Grounds: 96
2019-20 Games: 93 Goals: 366 GPG: 3.94 New Grounds: 51


osborne
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Jul 30, 2019, 10:38 PM

Posts: 1098
Location: NW Leicestershire
Team(s): Arnold Town/ Loughborough Dynamo

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Graham Street Prims 1 Wolverhampton Sporting 6 PSF
Admission/programme-none
Tea £1
h/c 28
Last season I watched Wolverhampton Sporting in a PSF and they looked really good and I predicted a decent season for them- They got relegated.
I watched them again today and they looked good, but I have to say Prims were poor. The problem was their midfield didn't track the runs of the Wolves players and it made life easy for the visitors. I hope Prims improve otherwise it will be another season of struggle for them.


Reborn Yellow
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Jul 30, 2019, 10:39 PM

Posts: 261
Location: Notts Senior League Land
Team(s): Hucknall Town, Nottingham Forest

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PSF Gedling MW (EMCL) 4-1 Underwood Villa (CMLS). £3 adults free for children.
A rainy evening at Plains Road. Took daughter number 2 for a rare game. Thankfully there was plenty of space in the stand, near the UVFC dug out whose management apologised for their language. Gedling took the leader midway through the first half but Underwood deservedly equalised soon afterwards. GMW scored just before half time. UV continued to play neat football after the brea, but apart from free kick hitting the bar didn't creat much. A third GMW goal (offside?) finished the game. A fourth came when UV play was sin binned for clapping the ref.


Dave 56
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Jul 30, 2019, 10:51 PM

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Location: Staffs.
Team(s): Leatherhead

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South of Scotland @ Stranraer Academy. KO 19:30. Adm. £2 OAP. No programme. Crowd 93.

Stranraer 3 v 1 Newton Stewart


The floodlit 3G here is not a cage as such. The pitch is in the middle of a running track with dugouts and a barrier on all sides. There is a tarmac path around the pitch with viewing possible on all sides. All of the above is inside the running track. Each end has a grass bank. No cover unfortunately.

The first half was played with thunder and lightning around but no rain. The visitors missed a great chance early on and were denied a clear penalty when the ball struck an outstretched arm. Stranraer scored twice and conceded late in the half.

Second period and the rain arrived and the game tailed off for a while before the home side added their 3rd. Soon after a brawl broke out and a player from each side received a straight red. Comfortable win for Stranraer without ever looking convincing.



barcud-coch
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Jul 30, 2019, 11:17 PM

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Westfields 2 Malvern Town 2

Allpay Park: Pre-Season Friendly

This was my third visit to Allpay Park within the space of a week after having watched the home club twice in pre-season action last week with victories over visiting Monmouth Town and Pegasus Juniors. The Hereford club continued their preparations for their debut campaign in the Hellenic League Premier Division by hosting an under-18 team from Cardiff City. The fixture also doubled-up as the Herefordshire FA Senior Invitational Cup final after Westfields lifted last season’s Herefordshire FA County Challenge Cup with victory over Pegasus Juniors in the Edgar Street final. The Bluebirds retained the trophy on penalties after the match finished 4-4 within 90 minutes. Visiting Malvern Town were also preparing for their first ever season in the Hellenic League after transferring to the First Division (West) from the West Midlands (Regional) League Premier Division. The Hillsiders finished last term in fourth position and are one of the teams expected to push for promotion to step five this time around. The Worcestershire club lost 3-2 away at Fulwood Amateurs in Lancashire in their latest pre-season fixture on Saturday afternoon.

The visitors made a strong start to this final pre-season match for both teams but it was Westfields that opened the scoring somewhat against the early run of play. Home captain Paul Jones saw his low 20 yard free-kick parried by the Malvern Town custodian in the 20th minute but was more successful six minutes later when his low drive from the edge of the penalty area found the back of the net. Westfields defender Sam Plane clipped the top of the crossbar with a far post header in the 37th minute before the lead would doubled five minutes later after breaking down the left and seeing a low cross converted by from close range. The Worcestershire outfit halved the deficit 13 minutes after the interval when a Malvern Town player drove purposefully towards the byline and saw his pull back converted from close range by Harry Clark. The scores were level in the 71st minute with another close range goal from former Westfields favourite Ben Miller following a neat passing move around the edge of the penalty area. Both teams conjured-up some good opportunities to win the match in the closing stages. A Westfields player managed to scoop the ball over the crossbar from close range in the 87th minute, when it appeared to be easier to miss, before the visitors saw a header blocked from a corner three minutes later.

2019/220 Statistics
Goals: 115
Matches: 21
New Grounds: 4


mxhornet
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Jul 31, 2019, 9:01 AM

Posts: 1622
Location: Norwich
Team(s): Watford, Celtic, Ajax, Kings Lynn Town and all local ladies teams.

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Norwich City - 1 Atalanta - 4
PSF
Carrow Road
Attendance - 12,577
Admission - £10
Programme - £2-50

My first game of the season, the score was quite harsh on NC with Atalanta scoring with the last kick of each half (or thereabouts) but mistakes are likely to be punished against Champions League opposition.
Game was my first taste of VAR.



Watford FC supporter hence the name also follow Hull FC but rarely get to see either these days.

Have now visited over 800 grounds, progress in recent years has been rather slow and will continue to be as things stand.


prorege
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Jul 31, 2019, 10:00 AM

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Location: Kingdom of Fife
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East of Scotland League Premier Division
Dundonald Bluebell v Bo’ness United, 2-2, H.T. 1-0, Att 237 (h/c), 419 (official), Admission £7, No paper, Chips and Curry Sauce £2.20
At Moorside Park, Dundonald

The East of Scotland League Premier Division is going to be brilliant this season. It’s just like a Junior Super League but without the Tayside clubs and all the better for that. There’s little to choose between the competing clubs – Linlithgow and Bo’ness will be favourites on the grounds of history but on current status any one of a dozen clubs could win it.

Dundonald Bluebell are one of the latest sides to have gained full SFA membership. Floodlights went up at their ground over the Summer and they were switched on for the second half of this match. As the lights went up the covered contraption in the corner of the ground came down, the Council deeming it unsafe. There is still plenty of cover at the park with a large shed on one side in front of the pavilion and a smaller shelter opposite.

The first half was played at a hectic pace with Bo’ness edging possession but Dundonald looking very dangerous on the break. Bo’ness took the lead when Stuart Hunter was left unmarked at a corner to rise and dispatch a powerful header into the postage stamp corner.

The Bell attacked from the outset of the second half and quickly pressurised the Bo’ness defence into errors. The visitors had no answer to the pace and precision of Dundonald’s forays and soon found themselves 1-2 behind.

Play became more ragged as the game wore on but both teams continued to attack. There was no question of Bluebell trying to close the game out – they were going for a killer third. That policy cost them in the fourth minute of stoppage time when Bo’ness equalised.

Some of the more committed home supporters were screaming at referee McNab for adding on so much stoppage time . . . I thought it was fair enough. They weren’t screaming at him so much when Bluebell had two fantastic chances to win the game in the 95th minute but were thwarted by great saves by the Bo’ness goalkeeper.

A great game, and a good night out. The Bluebell Canteen does a fine range of food and the portion of Chips and Curry Sauce was huge. Programmes are a rarity here – their last was one I did for them against Hurlford in the Junior Cup Quarter Final six seasons ago.

The bar at the ground is great and serves a decent pint of Tennents Lager. There’s nothing not to like about a visit to Moorside Park, Dundonald.


Hertspireite
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Jul 31, 2019, 12:42 PM

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Location: Hertfordshire
Team(s): Chesterfield FC

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Pre Season Friendly
Potton United (Spartan Premier, Step 9) 0 - 3 Stevenage Development
Adm £6/£3, Attendance est HC 110+, Tea £1

There has been a recent spate of what appears to be targeted break ins at some non league grounds in the South East, and unfortunately Potton was broken in to. Near neighbours Stevenage (19 miles South of Potton) offered a visiting team to play a friendly as a fundraising effort. At 5pm the weather decided to turn into torrential rain, and a double check was needed before leaving the house to make sure it hadn't been rained off. The SatNav decided to take me through the neighbouring village of Sutton complete with it's Ford (test your brakes now).

Once at the ground, parking was plentiful and very friendly stewards were on hand to direct. The main covered stand was about half full to one side, and a smart brick built clubhouse was behind one goal housing a busy bar area and very clean facilities. Behind the opposite goal was Potton Cricket Club with a game in progress.

Both teams had energy and were competitive and the Potton GK did well in the first half to save as many as he did. A heavy rain shower just before half time quickly drenched the players, (at which point the cricketers next door decided to end their match). Second half saw a few subs with a talented looking Potton #15 which resulted in a few more attempts to score from Potton. Stevenage defence did well ending with a score line of 3 goals to Stevenage.



2018 -19 season. 7 new grounds.
2019 -20 season 24 new grounds.
Newest ground visited The Van Elle Welfare Ground, Pinxton FC, Derbyshire, Central Midlands Football League South, Level 11


WestBerksPalace
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Jul 31, 2019, 8:26 PM

Posts: 1491
Location: Didcot, South Oxfordshire.
Team(s): Palace/Epsom and Ewell/Didcot Town and Djurgardens IF.

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PSF - Abingdon T 1-4 Wantage Town. Free entry, no programme, attendance 32, h/c. KO 8pm.

I've passed the ground so many times since I moved to Didcot in June 2018, but this was my first 'game' re-visit for about 20 years.

Abingdon T had well documented problems last season with the last chairman promising the earth but walking out before 2019, citing business issues. Also we'll documented! They clearly did well to survive, and looked ok last night for long spells. However coming up against a club two levels higher showed in the last 30 minutes as Wantage took a stranglehold, adding a couple of late goals to give the scoreline a more realistic look. The home keeper made no end of good saves and blocks, helped by some shocking finishing from central striker 'A Trialist' I think his name was?

The ground is quality although rough around the edges, cover on three sides, seating on both touchlines, and various old chairs dotted about, most looking ready for a funeral pyre! Weeds springing up and a hotch pitch of all sorts of ground equipment and roof panels spread about. Hope they prosper and the ground gets the overhaul it deserves, as it's a little cracker.

Indoors for 2155.



2019-20 - 45 games, last Chepstow T v STM Sports - 16/11, goals 146, avgpg 3.24, new grounds 12. Last - Chepstow Town 16/11.
New Grounds in 2019 - 26. 2018 - 44. 2017 -44. Grounds in Total - 1219.
RL Grounds - 34 (Last - Craven Park, Barrow - 8/9/19), Speedway Tracks 50.

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dtr1989
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Jul 31, 2019, 10:53 PM

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Pre Season Friendly

Burnley 6-1 OGC Nice

Attendance - unconfirmed
Admission - £10 pre purchase
Programme - £1

2nd visit to Turf Moor with the last being in 2015. There have been some changes with 2 corners now being filled in with hospitality and disabled platforms for the 19/20 season. It does look way out of place in a old school ground.

An entertaining game overall with Burnley dominating. OGC Nice are managed by the highly regarded Patrick Vieira however they looked poor. Burnley mixed it up throughout with long balls and quick direct passing play.



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Tim
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Aug 1, 2019, 10:04 AM

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Quedgeley Wanderers 3rds 4 Gloster Rovers 2 (PSF) Att: 6 h/c f&n

Slow to get going but ultimately a decent game, with both good and awful finishing. Decent standard and pretty competitive. At least four or five of the home team looked way better than third team fodder.

The game was played on Pitch 2, which is about 150 yards beyond the first team pitch. It is now railed with dugouts and feels nicely enclosed with trees on three sides. The first team pitch is now more than ready for County League football and looks superb. This lot will be in the Hellenic League before too long, I reckon. Quedgeley are clearly a well run and progressive club, and good luck to them.


Turbine View
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Aug 1, 2019, 1:54 PM

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Location: Cashes Green Nr Stroud Glos.
Team(s): Cromer Town, Sheringham, Norwich City, Runton Utd.

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Dave Gardner Memorial Trophy at Gala Parc Porthleven (2)3 Helston(0) 1 Att 181 hc admission £4 £2 for my daughter who's just graduated. excellent catering in the the new looking 'Hideaway Kitchen' superbly organised.
You will be sure of a warm welcome at Gala Parc, which if there is a more lovingly maintained ground in the country, I'll be 1st in line to visit, absolutely glorious and particularly so on a nice summer evening in south west Cornwall. A deserved win for the fishermen who top the 4 team group in this pre season tournament.



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royals26
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Aug 1, 2019, 11:30 PM

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PSF / Bill Kyte Memorial Trophy

Bill Kyte Stadium formerly Weycourt

(Bill Kyte (98) was club president for over 57 yrs - passed away Feb last year)

GODALMING TOWN 0-3 GUILDFORD CITY
{STEP06 CCL-1} v {STEP05 CCLP}

Adm: 4 & n

Att: hc 120+

Directions: fairly regular visitor here - though it is close to the extreme edge of my standard mid-week range, travelling-time wise.

Went down the A327 via Eversley to A30 then further on re-appearing A327 along 1 junction of M3 (Minley-Hawley) onto the A331/A31/B3000 - running adjacent to A3 on the back lanes though Hurtmore - across the front of Charterhouse School and down into the town and out east on the A3100

Facilities: Parked in car Park (Meadrow) next to the ground - free after 18:30.

No draught bitter only had 1 barrel - reportedly didn't keep - probably Courage Best anyway - they did offer bottled Hogs Back (Tea) or Doom Bar - I am a fan of neither Tongue so settled for Peroni with a draught Kronenbarf at H/T
Shut the bar just before KO to have a renaming ceremony for the ground but turnstiles a bit slow so most missed it! Crazy

Food outlet behind the club is very good here - decent Sausages (2) & Chips £3.50

Previous visit - 2 seasons back for Guildford FA cup replay no obvious physical changes maybe a bit more standing cover - bench seats in the stand still too narrow for comfort

Match: visitors far too strong for hosts but 'G' fought valiantly and weren't disgraced. Didn't have much going forward though.

0-1 swept in close range on about 2'
0-2 neat volley on far post
Ht
0-3 poor short goal-kick to defender under pressure on the edge of the box miskicked his back pass straight to a lurking forward

Roads clear - Back home same route but stayed on A331 N & onward via Sandhurst & Bracknell to A329(M) indoors by about 22:15


barcud-coch
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Aug 1, 2019, 11:45 PM

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Hay St Mary’s Reserves 3 Kington Town Reserves 0

Forest Road: Pre-Season Friendly

This was my third visit of pre-season to Forest Road but the first time I had watched the reserve team at Hay St Mary’s in action since last season. They completed last season in the lower reaches of the Watson Financial Mid wales League (South) after having previously been crowned champions as recently as the 2016/17 campaign. The Saints reserve team had played just one pre-season thus far and that resulted in a 4-1 home defeat to Westfields Reserves/under-18s on Monday evening. Kington Town Reserves missed-out on promotion from the Herefordshire FA County League Second Division after finishing in fourth position. The Yellows’ reserve team were playing their inaugural pre-season fixture because their competitive fixtures start a couple of weeks later than their hosts.

The Saints opened the scoring on the half-hour mark when veteran forward Kevin Jones trod on the ball but recovered his composure to backheel the ball to Darren Horrigan and his team mate swept the ball past the Kington Town Reserves custodian. The home team doubled their lead with 15 minutes remaining on the clock when Kevin Jones picked-up a loose ball on the edge of the visitor's penalty area and saw his deflected shot beat the goalkeeper and nestle into the roof of the net. Hay St Mary's completed the scoring in the final minute of normal time when Darren Horrigan shrugged-off the attention of a Kington Town Reserves defender and his low shot found the bottom of the far corner.

2019/20 Statistics
Goals: 118
Matches: 22
New Grounds: 4


HantsLondoner
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Aug 2, 2019, 11:04 PM

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Location: South Hampshire
Team(s): Hants/Middx/Sussex Non-League, Brentford, THFC, Eastleigh, SC Freiburg

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Pre-Season Friendly

Northallerton T. 1 Hartlepool U. XI 0

admission £4-00 free teamsheet attendance est 85
last season's 3rd in Northern League Div 2 (promoted) v National League
Nice drive today, then I came down through Wensleydale, and those floods that made the national news. 20 miles from Northallerton roads were being closed and the emergency services were busy at Leyburn. However, when I got to Ainderby Road it had only just started to rain heavily and the pitch was in great condition. Last year I was prevented in seeing a match at this ground because England had the temerity to qualify for the semi-finals of the World Cup and everybody wanted to watch that instead, so it was a relief to get a game tonight. The original opponents were Guisborough but this had been switched to Pools fairly recently - possibly because Guisborough are now in the same league as Northallerton? The visitors had a mixed side of fringe players and quite a few young ones. They looked quite good in defence and coming forward but their finishing was poor.
The home team were clearly better in the first half, the two strikers Blackburn and Lowes linking up well. Both had shots in the first three mins but several efforts from the home team were off-target, visiting keeper Lowerson making his first save after 19 mins, a good one from Blackburn. Home keeper Dawson made an even better save from a header by Willoughby soon afterwards; Lowerson made two more good saves before being beaten in the 40th minute, Blackburn being sent clear on the left after good play with Lowes and finishing well. Lowes seemed to hit the post shortly after, so it stayed HT 1-0. Blackburn was substituted at half-time, and the home team looked much less effective without him. The visitors came into the game much more. A good move saw Leonard shoot over early on, but at the other end great work by Cheeseman to get in a cross saw Lowes miss horribly. After Lowerson had fumbled a corner a big scramble saw the ball cleared, and at the other end Willoughby forced a save by Dawson. A couple of chances for both sides and more substitutions before the final throes of the game - sub Chapman for the visitors had two great chances to equalise but fluffed one and was blocked for the other. The home team had a couple of breaks too but it ended 1-0 and a satisfying win for them.
Ainderby Road has a big car park, as you pass through the turnstiles the left-hand side has all the action - a reasonably large covered area, a clubhouse with tea-bar at the front (good selection but expensive) and a seated stand further on. The rest of the ground has terracing but not much else.



If you're going to/been to a Hampshire Premier League match, I'd really appreciate you filling in a questionnaire - available in the Groundhopping/General section, or just PM me for a copy. Thanks.

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Warwickian
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Aug 4, 2019, 6:43 PM

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Civil Service Strollers 1 University of Stirling 0
Lowland League.

After visiting the excellent Turriff ground this was rather disappointing.I know CSS have done a lot of work on the ground already but there still remains a lot to be done.At the moment there is a covered seating area on one side of the ground.This is the only part where there is hard standing as well.The floodlights are due to go up sometime this season.The entrance to the ground is through the clubhouse.
As for the match,after scoring an early goal CSS never looked like scoring again whilst the students were equally wasteful in front of goal.
A programme was issued for £2 and this covers the first months fixtures.The club are producing a programme on a monthly basis.



Formerly known as Warwick Brake


ralphdpomeroy
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Aug 4, 2019, 8:29 PM

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Location: Burnley
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Pre Season Friendly

Burnley 6-1 OGC Nice

Attendance - unconfirmed
Admission - £10 pre purchase
Programme - £1

2nd visit to Turf Moor with the last being in 2015. There have been some changes with 2 corners now being filled in with hospitality and disabled platforms for the 19/20 season. It does look way out of place in a old school ground.

An entertaining game overall with Burnley dominating. OGC Nice are managed by the highly regarded Patrick Vieira however they looked poor. Burnley mixed it up throughout with long balls and quick direct passing play.



The attendance was 4247 the new accessible stands in the corners do not include any provision for hospitality - rather a new control room , PA room and storage for the Clarets store which will all feature in the Bob Lord/Jimmy McIlroy corner ... they do look a bit odd but then again in truth they didn't have that much choice ...


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dtr1989
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Aug 4, 2019, 8:55 PM

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Thank you Ralph.



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