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GLAPWELL TO PLAY HOME GAMES AT FIELD MILL
7/May/2010 ::

Andy Perry twitter
Wed 28 Apr 2010, 7am
PerryMTFC: Glapwell will play their home games at Field Mill next season. Possibly Sundays and only when we are away that weekend

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Glapwell to play home games at Field Mill
mansfieldtown.net, Wed 28 Apr 2010
Unibond Premier hopefuls Glapwell will play their home games at Field Mill next season.

http://www.mansfieldtown.net/page/NewsDetail/0,,10325~2037223,00.html?

A deal has been struck for the Derbyshire club to play their home fixtures at our home ground for one year.

It is likely that Glapwell will play their home matches on a Sunday after we have played away in the Blue Square Premier a day prior.

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Stags to share ground with Glapwell
Evening Post, April 28, 2010

Ambitious Unibond Premier hopefuls Glapwell want to play their home games at Field Mill next season.

http://www.thisisnottingham.co.uk/football/Stags-share-ground-Glapwell/article-2082773-detail/article.html?

A deal has been struck for the club to play at the ground for one year.
The likelihood is that Glapwell will play their home matches on a Sunday after Stags have played away in the Blue Square Premier.

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Wednesday, 28th April
http://www.chad.co.uk/stags/Stags-watch-8th-October-1720.3335923.jp
Unibond Premier hopefuls Glapwell will play their home games at Field Mill next season. A deal has been struck for the Derbyshire club to play their home fixtures at Stags' home ground for one year. The likelihood is that Glapwell will play their home matches on a Sunday after Mansfield have played away in the Blue Square Premier a day prior.

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Holdsworth backs groundshare deal with Glapwell
Evening Post, May 06, 2010

DAVID Holdsworth today backed Mansfield Town's partnership with Glapwell – although he fears how it will affect the club's pitch.

http://www.thisismansfieldtown.co.uk/news/Holdsworth-backs-groundshare-deal-Glapwell/article-2114476-detail/article.html?

The Stags have agreed a deal that will see the UniBond League side play their home fixtures at Field Mill, most likely on Sundays.
That will give the club extra revenue as they look to build on this season's ninth place Blue Square Premier finish.
But on the downside, it means a surface that took plenty of hammer this winter could be in a worse state.
"The chairman has come to a decision along with Glapwell and if it benefits the club then I will adhere to it," said Holdsworth.
"The business side of things must come first and if the revenue generated from it helps us to buy and bring in better equipment then it's good.
"The pitch will be a concern for the fans. When the pitch cuts up, it's not good to play on, it's awful and the players suffer.
"But the chairman has spoken to me and believes it will be looked after in the correct fashion."

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