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Southampton Given The Green Light

Southampton Given The Green Light

Previous plans had been given the go ahead but the new plans were praised by the Council and they admitted that they were a definite improvement on all previous plans.

When complete, the Staplewood complex will house new medical and treatment facilities. There will also be a players' lounge, and offices for coaches and administrative staff.

A player and media room will also be included. In addition there will also be replacement spectators stand.

All in all the club is aiming to improve the facilities so that they match at the very least, the best that there is in the country.

This is another example of the forward planning that our chairman is producing in the name of our club.





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Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Wednesday February 9 2011
Time: 8:23PM

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Good news but will it stop the doubters from bemoaning our failure to buy players last month? Somehow I don't think so.
sinner92
09/02/2011 22:57:00
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What would make it even better would be if the Saints ladies could use the facilities as well as the men. We used to be up at the top of the tree with the women.
VS sparkle
10/02/2011 13:14:00
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