Good Try Mr. McKenzie

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ALLYJAMBO FEBRUARY 4, 2017 at 15:35 ====================================== “justified optimism”, well said. Teams not only …

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ALLYJAMBO
FEBRUARY 4, 2017 at 15:35
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“justified optimism”, well said.

Teams not only sitting still but building for the future. I believe Tynecastle has a capacity of around 17,500, with home attendances this season of about 16,500. I believe you are looking at about 20,000 or so when the work is done.

Expanding the capacity with a view to increasing attendances demonstrates justifiable optimism as you so rightly say.

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Good Try Mr. McKenzie
If all is doom and gloom in Scottish football and it has no future what do the Aberdeen fans think about their club trying to get permission to build a new stadium. Or the Hearts fans think of their club extending the existing stadium’s capacity by increasing the size of the main stand.

Are these exercises in futility.

http://www.afc.co.uk/stadium.php

http://www.heartsfc.co.uk/news/5098


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WOTTPI
FEBRUARY 3, 2017 at 23:50
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Apologies, you seemed to be replying to my post.


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WOTTPIFEBRUARY 3, 2017 at 21:52

 However for heaven’s sake lets not hear any more complaints about not having any domestic competition and how that then puts them at a disadvantage in European competition.

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I don’t recall ever having said that, either here or anywhere else. 


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