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Re: FAO Runorn Linnets reporter

April 10 2012 at 5:13 PM
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A refreshing report. Much better than the mundane regurgitation that the Linnets report offers each game - fit in "Faithful" "perfect/poor surface" (Depending if its home or away), references to the "MLS/Hallmark security" and then a sly dig at the referee/linesman if the Linnets have got beat.

One thing that is evident, is that the Millwank needs more covered accomodation. The numbers in that covered shed on Monday would have exceeded the safety limit on it (Not that its busy there every game). As pointed out in the match report, the location of the tea bar and toilets also needs to be addressed. They need to be located on the ground itself. A ground based tea bar would double the revenue on it and also mae the visit more attractive to fans.

 
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  • Re: FAO Runorn Linnets reporter - Urkey on Apr 10, 2012, 5:53 PM
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