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cas redevelpment goes to plan B : Thu Sep 14, 2023 11:51 am  
cas redevelopment goes to plan B.
just read about it on serious about rugby league
good read.
Re: cas redevelpment goes to plan B : Thu Sep 14, 2023 11:53 am  
Wakeywakeywakey wrote:
cas redevelopment goes to plan B.
just read about it on serious about rugby league
good read.
it can go to plan z it doesn't mean it will get built
Re: cas redevelpment goes to plan B : Thu Sep 14, 2023 11:58 am  
thats what i mean. they are delaying it. they have only got the two million to use that the council gave them
Re: cas redevelpment goes to plan B : Thu Sep 14, 2023 12:01 pm  
Wakeywakeywakey wrote:
cas redevelopment goes to plan B.
just read about it on serious about rugby league
good read.

I read about this plan B idea on a LE tweet ..
Some Micky mouse idea about swapping seats and barriers round to get to the grade..
I couldn’t make out if he was taking the p@as out of the reporter to see if he’d actually print it or even worse …. Was serious about doing it !
Re: cas redevelpment goes to plan B : Thu Sep 14, 2023 1:33 pm  
Belle Vue wrote:
I read about this plan B idea on a LE tweet ..
Some Micky mouse idea about swapping seats and barriers round to get to the grade..
I couldn’t make out if he was taking the p@as out of the reporter to see if he’d actually print it or even worse …. Was serious about doing it !


Made me feel good about our position.
I can't see them being above us in the IMG score without a lot of investment pretty quickly.
Re: cas redevelpment goes to plan B : Thu Sep 14, 2023 1:47 pm  
PopTart wrote:
Made me feel good about our position.
I can't see them being above us in the IMG score without a lot of investment pretty quickly.


True and that will take time for them anyway - time they don't really have.
Re: cas redevelpment goes to plan B : Thu Sep 14, 2023 2:14 pm  
Look at the detailed breakdown, we have some things to do too, but it'll be easier for us to allocate space for directors and press, and add padding to their seats.

I remember Minards said they'd allocated space already but not sure he had these lower level details when he spoke at the shareholders meeting.
Re: cas redevelpment goes to plan B : Thu Sep 14, 2023 2:15 pm  
Whilst I am a trin supporter of over 60 years I still hope cas can start to redevelop their ground in some form. Like belle Vue it is still a traditional old ground not like soleless stadiums ie Huddersfield. Plus they are a true rugby league club / community and looking forward they are the clubs the league will need. There is less and less players / amateur clubs so we will need them us for rugby league to survive. Cricket is the same and in a way football. As I see it the more clubs that improve facilities etc the more chance that the sport will survive
Re: cas redevelpment goes to plan B : Thu Sep 14, 2023 2:18 pm  
There's been a long discussion on TotalRL Forum about this Plan B idea. Wakey and Fev fans pointing out that the £2m that all 3 WMDC clubs got was for grass roots and community enhancements not comfy chairs for the directors nor better facilities for the media guys. Supposedly to add on to a bigger spend/development not used up as a tarting up stand alone expenditure.
Re: cas redevelpment goes to plan B : Thu Sep 14, 2023 2:20 pm  
PopTart wrote:
Made me feel good about our position.
I can't see them being above us in the IMG score without a lot of investment pretty quickly.

The last paragraph also talking about planning or funding might not happen for three years was an odd thing to announce..
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