Victor Meldrew is alive and well and lives in Plymouth.
Kentishgreen wrote: Victor Meldrew is alive and well and lives in Plymouth.
Argyle Nutter wrote:Kentishgreen wrote: Victor Meldrew is alive and well and lives in Plymouth.
Mr Matthews Makes Victor Meldrew look like he’s been taking happy pills if you ask me . Always thought it strange him always attacking the non use of youth when they are clearly not ready/ good enough but this surely has to take the biscuit. The man has lost the plot.
djg145 wrote: OMG dramatic to see this and a tinge of sadness too.
This is a major step forward.
It will do strange things to the wind blowing around the pitch, supposed to be quite windy on Saturday.
This MIGHT draw in a few more for tonights game.
Kentishgreen wrote: So we’ve gone from “ just a lick of paint” to “ wanton vandalism”. We’ve had people raise objections at the planning stage to people bombarding the Planning Department with questions as the work progressed. Not forgetting the idiots with stickers.
Kind of makes you feel sorry for the board, management and players as they struggle to take this club forward. If it was me I think I’d take my money elsewhere.
Thank God for the 8000 or so people who turn up each week and actually support THEIR club.
MarkMatthews wrote:GreenArmy1984 wrote: Very exciting to see such progress on the new grandstand revamp
I remember the horse shoe was built
Very exciting times at Home Park
Well done to Jon Back & Team
Phase 1 wasn’t that long ago, anyone born before ‘91 will clearly remember it.
Really sad to see the wanton destruction, of the old lady of Home Park. Needless vandalism. Tragic that this half way house solution will neither please traditionalists or modernisers, perhaps a fitting legacy for Brent, getting attacked from both sides, whilst being vehemently supported from a sizeable contingent in the middle.
Quintrell_Green wrote: I read that Saracens RFC are demolishing an old stand and building a brand new one with facilities to accommodate only 3,000 supporters at a cost of £23M. No way, could Argyle afford that. The grandstand facility needs a long overdue upgrade and we should rejoice at what is happening.
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