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Re: Kingstonian FC: an update from KBH

By Lesmundo18/2 18:47Sun Feb 18 18:47:54 2024In response to Re: Kingstonian FC: an update from KBH

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I would say £120k would be a conservative estimate for step 3. I've heatd that the budget for someone like Amersham Town who have their own ground and have thrown loads of money at promotion from step 6, is in excess of £150k.

That's without the cost of a groundshare.

I'm not sure what the deal is for T&M but I know costs of other groundshares. Colliers Wood costs about £9k per season, if you want a nice pitch, and I've heard that Reading City charge about £6.5k per season for a lower quality surface that gets flooded.

Also, if Places get the contract, we might as well forget about the Athletics track. They will seriously Jack up the price and be a pain in the arse to deal with. My tier 3 futsal team hire their venue, and they have repeatedly offered to mark out a new court yet fail to do so and Jack up the prices year on year. Hence we are looking for a new venue. Unless we can somehow convince the council to put a 3g on it then it's dead in the water with them.

I've heard from players that I have worked with this season that the club were paying huge wages with Hayden Bird at the helm. So 40k or even more would not be a surprise.

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