Monthly Archives: February 2015

Tim Dove heads to the American Express Community Stadium

The american express community stadium brighton

As he closes in on the magical 92 blogger Tim Dove heads south to the American Express Community Stadium. With Dougie Freedman taking the Forest hot seat after the sacking of club legend Stuart Pearce would new manager syndrome strike… Ground: 87/92 Game: Brighton 2-3 Nottingham Forest Date: 07/02/2015 Thoughts on the ground: Brighton & Hove Albion moved to the American Express Community Stadium in 2011 which is located just outside of Brighton, in Falmer. I travelled to Falmer via train and upon leaving the station walked up the hill toward the stadium which looks an impressive structure. At first… Read more »

The Exiles head to Kingsmeadow

AFC Wimbledon v Newport County League Two

Newport County fan James Steven makes his blogging debut making the trip to Kingsmeadow to see the Exiles take on AFC Wimbledon. Ground: 43/92 Game: AFC Wimbledon 2-0 Newport County AFC Date: 07/02/2015 Thoughts on the ground: Since the rebuilding of AFC Wimbledon the side have played their games at Kingstonian’s ground Kingsmeadow. It’s a temporary ground for the Wombles as they are pressing for a move back to their true home. As a Newport County supporter through the years I’ve watched the side claim two promotions. So for me this ground was a bit of a flashback of… Read more »

Michael Pilcher ticks off Bristol City’s Ashton Gate

Bristol City v Gillingham

Clinging to the Wembley dream Gillingham fan Michael Pilcher travelled to the West County as the Gills looked to over turn a 4-2 first leg southern final defeat against high flying Bristol City in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy. Ground: Ashton Gate 70/92 Game: Bristol City 1 – 1 Gillingham Date: 29/01/2015 After the Gills won through to the JPT area final – I can’t remember us getting that far before – and knew we were facing Bristol City, it was an ideal opportunity to tick off Ashton Gate on the cheap (JPT tickets are always cheap). The game was moved… Read more »