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The replayed game that Clyde won 2-0 was the wind tunnel game. Worse wind at a game I’ve ever been at.
Broad was, unusually, a tad chilly that night.

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1 hour ago, Ray Vaughn said:

The replayed game that Clyde won 2-0 was the wind tunnel game. Worse wind at a game I’ve ever been at.
Broad was, unusually, a tad chilly that night.

Let’s hope for the same next time 

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1 hour ago, Ray Vaughn said:

The replayed game that Clyde won 2-0 was the wind tunnel game. Worse wind at a game I’ve ever been at.
Broad was, unusually, a tad chilly that night.

Yip, remember that game but only remember Clyde’s very wind assisted first goal. Broadwood isn’t so much of a wind tunnel since they built the sports centre. Still Baltic though. Remember reading somewhere it was the highest ground in Scottish football ? Might be wrong. 

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11 minutes ago, David W said:

Think Airdrie is, Broadwood second.

You must be right because Airdrie is the bleakest place in the Universe. 

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5 hours ago, Bulstrode said:

Was the old and much missed Broomfield but it's now Broadwood. Fact.

I concur. 

 

And the second is The Hawthorns. 

 

 

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I concur. 

 

And the second is The Hawthorns. 

 

 

In Scotland?

 

“According to Simon Inglis's definitive work, Football Grounds Of Britain, the three highest league grounds above sea level belong to West Bromwich Albion, Port Vale and Oldham Athletic. The Hawthorns - built in 1900 - is the highest of the lot, standing at 551 feet above sea level.”

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According to various sources on the internet,Excelsior Stadium is the second highest in Scotland at 124 meters (417.9 feet)and Broadwood is the highest at 127 meters (428 feet).

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Who cares which stadium is the highest between Broadwood and the Excelsior. They're both white elephant shitholes, end of the day.

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1 hour ago, JakeSAFC said:

Who cares which stadium is the highest between Broadwood and the Excelsior. They're both white elephant shitholes, end of the day.

It's always stimulating to read an intellectual. 

 

One might be around soon. 

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It's always stimulating to read an intellectual. 
 
One might be around soon. 


Guess we'll be waiting a while.

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12 hours ago, maxruby said:

Perhaps Vladimir or Estragon will comment soon. They’re waiting already.

And in other news the game was called off six days and three pages ago.

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