Leeds and Brodie Croft

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morley pie eater
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Re: Leeds and Brodie Croft

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My understanding is that Leeds can't cover the away end due to the closeness to the houses behind.
However, they could have made the East Stand opposite for away supporters.
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Re: Leeds and Brodie Croft

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morley pie eater wrote: Wed Oct 04, 2023 5:59 pm My understanding is that Leeds can't cover the away end due to the closeness to the houses behind.
However, they could have made the East Stand opposite for away supporters.
I’m a Yorkie born and bred comes to mind.
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Re: Leeds and Brodie Croft

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They could put up some sort of a portable gazebo type structure that can be put up & down on the western terrace if there is bad weather, or not!
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Re: Leeds and Brodie Croft

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josie andrews wrote: Wed Oct 04, 2023 11:26 pm They could put up some sort of a portable gazebo type structure that can be put up & down on the western terrace if there is bad weather, or not!
They don’t give a sh1te.
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