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Clyde FC; Season 2022-23


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5 hours ago, bullyweehutch said:
6 hours ago, macclyde+ said:
No chance of this happening.
The relocation team have already explored this avenue and apparently Stefan King will be able to sell the area due to the location being commercially viable for a business park or similar.
So the profit from that would far outweigh demolition costs.
A pipe dream, unless of course there's a benevolent multi millionaire Bully Wee fan out there....

Even if a Clyde fan was able to buy it let's take off the rose tinted glasses. It's a fucking shitehole now and would be terrible to watch football. Would need knocked down and rebuilt from scratch

Fair point. 

Does anyone actually believe we could generate the millions to build a new stadium or even  repurpose a dilapidated site? 

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35 minutes ago, Bully Wee Clyde FC said:

Does anyone actually believe we could generate the millions to build a new stadium or even  repurpose a dilapidated site? 

No you couldn't, but for that matter neither could most of the clubs in the bottom three tiers.

QOS have been dreaming of upgrading Palmerston to something more akin to a recognisable 21st century sports stadium for years now and various plans have briefly met the light of day... but without the benevolent benefactor it just ain't happening as clubs at our level need all their income merely to balance the books season to season.

Of course I tell the wife that when we win Euromillions I'll gift Queens a new stadium - it's a shame, poor lass gets apoplectic when I tell her this cos she knows I'm dippy enough to do it. Only fly in this ointment is that I don't do Euromillions ... 🫤

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9 hours ago, macclyde+ said:

Stefan King will be able to sell the area due to the location being commercially viable for a business park or similar.

Not quite sure how he's going to manage that.  He'd need to gain legal ownership first to sell anything.  He's the de-facto owner's nephew & not even named as an officer at Company's House.  The site is greenfield which would more or less rule out a business park, though could be used for leisure related construction.   They could apply for the site to be converted to brownfield, but the place is surrounded by brownfield sites currently sitting undeveloped which lessens the odds.

The dogs are finished there.  Their bricks & mortar is condemned by H&S & the property will also be rife with vermin.  They're not in as strong a position as they presumably think they are.   

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15 hours ago, Ignoramus said:

Can someone ask the Tory leadership candidates the big question at their next debate please: 

Where is Steven Thicot’s work permit?

Points based system apparently , if its anything like the passport service itll be very slow

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/62284560

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On 15/07/2022 at 20:53, Bob731 said:
Good luck to all of you who are going to continue watching Clyde this season. I’m taking a step back for the foseeable. The thought of winning less than the 9 league games we won last season doesn’t do it for me. I don’t enjoy that at all. Fingers crossed that things improve and would gladly be proved wrong [emoji120][emoji120][emoji120]. 


Aw well looks like that’s 1/9 of our wins this season then.

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