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 Post subject: PLASTIC V GRASS
PostPosted: Tue Jan 09, 2018 11:05 am 
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out of the 3 new stadiums...the two plastic teams Consett and Stockton are on a high...where as bishop are on a low...is it down to increased revenue generated.


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 Post subject: Re: PLASTIC V GRASS
PostPosted: Tue Jan 09, 2018 11:50 am 
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local lad wrote:
out of the 3 new stadiums...the two plastic teams Consett and Stockton are on a high...where as bishop are on a low...is it down to increased revenue generated.


You could have a point on extra revenue's being generated, As we all know 4G pitches can be used 7 days a week, ten hours a day, got to increase revenue, But are these grounds owned by the clubs mentioned (Consett, Stockton & Bishops) Some of these grounds could be council owned or owned by a third party??, So they would take their slice of the cake?, Saying that, Not NL related but Scarbrough of the Evo-Stick have one of these new fancy staduims with a new plastic pitch as you nicely call it, Money must be getting generated as they have recently spent between 15-20k on a new centre forward, Who ripped South Shields apart on New Years Day.


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 Post subject: Re: PLASTIC V GRASS
PostPosted: Tue Jan 09, 2018 1:12 pm 
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Lovenonleague wrote:
local lad wrote:
out of the 3 new stadiums...the two plastic teams Consett and Stockton are on a high...where as bishop are on a low...is it down to increased revenue generated.


You could have a point on extra revenue's being generated, As we all know 4G pitches can be used 7 days a week, ten hours a day, got to increase revenue, But are these grounds owned by the clubs mentioned (Consett, Stockton & Bishops) Some of these grounds could be council owned or owned by a third party??, So they would take their slice of the cake?, Saying that, Not NL related but Scarbrough of the Evo-Stick have one of these new fancy staduims with a new plastic pitch as you nicely call it, Money must be getting generated as they have recently spent between 15-20k on a new centre forward, Who ripped South Shields apart on New Years Day.


As I have said before..a 4g pitch may be great for the next 10-15 years, but when replacement is required then the fun will start.

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 Post subject: Re: PLASTIC V GRASS
PostPosted: Tue Jan 09, 2018 2:26 pm 
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Would rather watch a team struggling on a new grass pitch that that plastic rubbish ! My view and nothing against either club,Total different game and a advantage to the home side. Yes will bring in money but will cost money to replace, and I would not say that consett or Stockton are doing that well because of having a new pitch. Neither team has or look like breaking into top four and yes up to now Stockton are having a good cup run , bishop got to the 4th qua round of fa cup last year at the time you could have said we where on the up how quickly things change. With good income streams you need good income management and the will to invest in the right places to progress. Time will tell with all three clubs not much between them at the moment apart from a few points and ones on a cup run.


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 Post subject: Re: PLASTIC V GRASS
PostPosted: Tue Jan 09, 2018 2:27 pm 
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Wack wrote:
Lovenonleague wrote:
local lad wrote:
out of the 3 new stadiums...the two plastic teams Consett and Stockton are on a high...where as bishop are on a low...is it down to increased revenue generated.


You could have a point on extra revenue's being generated, As we all know 4G pitches can be used 7 days a week, ten hours a day, got to increase revenue, But are these grounds owned by the clubs mentioned (Consett, Stockton & Bishops) Some of these grounds could be council owned or owned by a third party??, So they would take their slice of the cake?, Saying that, Not NL related but Scarbrough of the Evo-Stick have one of these new fancy staduims with a new plastic pitch as you nicely call it, Money must be getting generated as they have recently spent between 15-20k on a new centre forward, Who ripped South Shields apart on New Years Day.


As I have said before..a 4g pitch may be great for the next 10-15 years, but when replacement is required then the fun will start.

Totally agree! Let's hope those clubs who are making a lot of money now are putting quite a bit to the side for when the 'inspectors' come knocking


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