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Training Ground Concern

Today the club has stated that they may not be able to use the training facilities at Hooton Lodge. This is a concern due to the fact that the players are due back on Thursday but that will go ahead as planned manager Mark Robins has stated. The training ground as everyone will know was badly affected by the recent bad weather, although other parts can still be used the club are working on maybe training at another location.




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Writer: mexbro miller Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday July 2 2007

Time: 4:11PM

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THOUGHT THEY WERE USING THOMAS ROTHWERHAM COLLEGE???
MILLERS1884
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03/07/2007

Good idea re TRC.
rybel_b
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03/07/2007 00:10:00

They can get their 200 metres breaststroke up to scratch though.
zipadeedoodah
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03/07/2007 09:17:00

Even though Bradford didn't have severe consequences from the flooding in the south of Yorkshire our training ground is on the flood plain so it always floods. Not usually at this time of year though. Apparently it was one of the contributing factors to our woeful season in the Premiership and the excuse trotted out by 'world-class' players like Petrescu and Carbone for their problems on the pitch. Hmmm.
Wellers
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03/07/2007 16:11:00

 

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