Returning Home & New Homes


Ian began writing Twohundredpercent in May 2006. He lives in Brighton. He has also written for, amongst others, Pitch Invasion, FC Business Magazine, The Score, When Saturday Comes, Stand Against Modern Football and The Football Supporter. Ian was the first winner of the Socrates Award For Not Being Dead Yet at the 2010 NOPA awards for football bloggers.

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7 Responses

  1. Simon Cope says:

    Just a small correction – it will not be Scarborough Athletic itself that will be bringing the Pindar College ground up to Grade D – it will be George Pindar Community Sports College as the ground owner.

  2. Sean Hunter says:

    A small correction, you failed to mention this was a ground share, that senior football was already in the town, that some of the facilities that will be there this season have been organised through Scarborough Town.

  3. Boring says:

    The Town v Athlectic slagging match is the most boring event known to man. They are two tiny organisations with “little nobodies” running them. WHO CARES? Just accept that football will survive in pub teams only on this part of the East Coast

  4. Martin says:

    Good luck to FCUM. They’ve done the easier bit in getting started and up a few levels quickly. Now they need a home of their own to really establish themselves.

  5. chris says:

    Many thanks for your nice comment on our message board..well appreciated and for the cover on your site re our plight…

    from all at Slough Town FC and the Slough Town Supporters Trust …thank you

  6. Harry Hampton says:

    Re Scarborough

    Athletic will share with town at a ground owned by neither side.

    Senior football actually restarts in Scarborough this season as Town join the Wearside before Athletic join them if the ground is upgraded satisfactorily.

    Please ignore point scoring from certain individuals.

  7. Matt says:

    Surely it is not the state of repair that prevents Seamer Rd. being reused. A quick mow, a lick of paint here and there, and the ground – out of use for just two years – would be ready to roll.

    There’s a great article to be written on disused football grounds that still stand. Is the Vetch still there?

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