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  • #76
    Leaving the Bush for somewhere in Hillingdon or Feltham for example would be an absolute disaster the club and match day experience. Being in central London is a massive part of the character of the club, if we take that away what's the ####ing difference between us and Reading? Same colours, the same M4 corridor area and more than likely same shitty style stadium. No thanks! If Brentford can manage to build a new ground why the hell are we struggling? It's because the owners don't want to build just a stadium and also, they're reluctant to put money into it. Think of all the ####ing money we wasted on players and now when there is something we should be chucking money at we're not doing it! The primary function of the club is FOOTBALL, not building homes for the local community. Come on Tony, do the right thing for once!

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    • #77
      Originally posted by West Acton View Post
      Is the Bush still dump? With the Westfield expansion going on I would say area is on the up. Whats average price of house in Bush now
      Mum n Dad sold their house in Loftus road for 29,000 back in the early 80s, Just looked on Right Move same house in 2016 went for 1,950,000 freehold

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      • #78
        Estate and Uxbridge Rd bit ropey but with the clientele changing do will those areas

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        • #79
          Why can't the club just use the money from the sale of LR to buy the LC site? Or is that far too naive a question for my simple mind? I asked this on here a few weeks ago, but no one could answer then.

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          • #80
            Originally posted by Joe90 View Post
            Leaving the Bush for somewhere in Hillingdon or Feltham for example would be an absolute disaster the club and match day experience. Being in central London is a massive part of the character of the club, if we take that away what's the ####ing difference between us and Reading? Same colours, the same M4 corridor area and more than likely same shitty style stadium. No thanks! If Brentford can manage to build a new ground why the hell are we struggling? It's because the owners don't want to build just a stadium and also, they're reluctant to put money into it. Think of all the ####ing money we wasted on players and now when there is something we should be chucking money at we're not doing it! The primary function of the club is FOOTBALL, not building homes for the local community. Come on Tony, do the right thing for once!
            Too right Joe.

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            • #81
              Originally posted by Stanley View Post
              Why can't the club just use the money from the sale of LR to buy the LC site? Or is that far too naive a question for my simple mind? I asked this on here a few weeks ago, but no one could answer then.
              That's the point that makes me suspicious about abut the schpiel coming out from both sides Stan , the sale and developement of LR would more than cover the purchase and developement of LC ,

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              • #82
                Originally posted by dogsrrs View Post
                That's the point that makes me suspicious about abut the schpiel coming out from both sides Stan , the sale and developement of LR would more than cover the purchase and developement of LC ,
                Exactly dogs. So not only would the club end up with a brand spanking new 30k stadium in W12, but we'd be in the black too! This is the part that doesn't add up, at least to my way of thinking.

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                • #83
                  Originally posted by Joe90 View Post
                  Leaving the Bush for somewhere in Hillingdon or Feltham for example would be an absolute disaster the club and match day experience. Being in central London is a massive part of the character of the club, if we take that away what's the ####ing difference between us and Reading? Same colours, the same M4 corridor area and more than likely same shitty style stadium. No thanks! If Brentford can manage to build a new ground why the hell are we struggling? It's because the owners don't want to build just a stadium and also, they're reluctant to put money into it. Think of all the ####ing money we wasted on players and now when there is something we should be chucking money at we're not doing it! The primary function of the club is FOOTBALL, not building homes for the local community. Come on Tony, do the right thing for once!
                  Good post mate
                  Rangers,Scooters ,Tunes and Trainers

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                  • #84
                    Originally posted by Stanley View Post

                    Exactly dogs. So not only would the club end up with a brand spanking new 30k stadium in W12, but we'd be in the black too! This is the part that doesn't add up, at least to my way of thinking.
                    Stan have a look at the evening standard HF saying TF wants Batman close handed over as part of the LR /LC deal

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                    • #85
                      Originally posted by Joe90 View Post
                      Leaving the Bush for somewhere in Hillingdon or Feltham for example would be an absolute disaster the club and match day experience. Being in central London is a massive part of the character of the club, if we take that away what's the ####ing difference between us and Reading? Same colours, the same M4 corridor area and more than likely same shitty style stadium. No thanks! If Brentford can manage to build a new ground why the hell are we struggling? It's because the owners don't want to build just a stadium and also, they're reluctant to put money into it. Think of all the ####ing money we wasted on players and now when there is something we should be chucking money at we're not doing it! The primary function of the club is FOOTBALL, not building homes for the local community. Come on Tony, do the right thing for once!
                      Top post.
                      Anyone who thinks we should move to Uxbridge or Feltham must have a screw loose. Wed be ripping the heart and soul out of our club. Id rather watch us in the same cramped stadium playing championship football in 10 years time than selling ourselves out just so we can play the so called big boys.
                      Does it always have to be about the fuking premier league ffs.
                      “He'll regret it till his dying day, if ever he lives that long”
                      Will Danaher

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                      • #86
                        Originally posted by Itsonlyagame View Post

                        Top post.
                        Anyone who thinks we should move to Uxbridge or Feltham must have a screw loose. Wed be ripping the heart and soul out of our club. Id rather watch us in the same cramped stadium playing championship football in 10 years time than selling ourselves out just so we can play the so called big boys.
                        Does it always have to be about the fuking premier league ffs.

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                        • #87
                          Originally posted by dogsrrs View Post
                          Stan have a look at the evening standard HF saying TF wants Batman close handed over as part of the LR /LC deal
                          Yeah I saw it mate. Doesn't make good reading.

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                          • #88
                            If we flattened Loftus Road And built new modern stadium what would capacity be??

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                            • #89
                              No significant difference to present capacity that would make any such project viable Wests. The problem isn't the inability to rebuild there, it's simply the insufficient lack of available land area to further grow it. Least that's my understanding.

                              Besides, I'm sure all the possible options of remaining at LR have been fully examined and exhausted now.

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                              • #90
                                Oh, the club have just released this statement.

                                "Lee Hoos on QPR's need to leave Loftus Road": https://www.qpr.co.uk/news/club-news...e-loftus-road/

                                Guess they've been reading the fan sites ;-)

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