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Kirkintilloch Rob Roy New Stadium

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On 25/03/2018 at 08:53, C. Muir said:

A problem with these places is the pitches probably get used by amateur teams on Saturdays - similar to all the current pitches in Kirky bar schools off the top of my head. 

The site where the old Tom Johnston house was still lies bare (although I dont know if theres anything in the pipeline for it). Obviously funding would be an issue for starting afresh there but looks like its going to be an issue regardless of what they do. 

If they were to reuse Adamslie no doubt the folk from the new houses would have a noise pollution complaint or something similarly daft :lol:

I’m led to believe that concern was actually raised when a rumour was circulated that adamslie was going to be restored.

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3 hours ago, Fat Controller said:

I’m led to believe that concern was actually raised when a rumour was circulated that adamslie was going to be restored.

Would the 3G at Merkland work?

A collaboration with the council using the proceeds of the land sale to build a new pavilion and enclosure, and an arrangement for the Juniors to have priority booking on the pitch on Saturdays - the rest of the time it's for the community.

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So do we know for definite that there won’t be any new stadium built now for Rob Roy-and in reality does that mean a permanent groundshare at Cumbernauld or somewhere else?And if the club still own Adamslie will it just be sold off like the rest for cash in the bank.Can any Rob Roy fans clarify once and for all what is actually happening ?

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