The Club Website facilities tour hits London and the South East this month in search of more of this country’s worst football facilities.
With stops in the Midlands and the North the tour has been a successful one so far, and now we felt it was time to find out what was happening in the south of the country. We’ve already seen and heard of a few terrible changing rooms in and around the London area but we’re looking to find out more, so we need you involved!
Most footballers believe that a captain must have the respect of the dressing room for their actions off the pitch, a Club Website poll can reveal.
As the FA announced that John Terry has been dropped as England captain, a Club Website poll of over 3,500 users revealed that 78 percent would choose to strip a player of their captaincy if they lost the respect of the dressing room for non-footballing matters.
We bring you a round-up of the second leg of our Club Website facilities tour, as we pay a visit to South Yorkshire.
As you’ll no doubt have seen, Club Website are hitting the road again this weekend as our facilities tour heads north up the M1.
So if you’re in or around the football hotbed that is South Yorkshire, why not come and pay us a visit?
A football team’s home is their fortress – a place to take pride in, inspire those who call it their home and strike fear into visitors in search of points. At least it should be.
Whether you play in the Premier League or the Hull Under 13 Boys League, a home fixture should mean home advantage and a psychological edge from the moment the teams arrive for the game.
But how can a home ground become a fortress when it’s falling apart at the seams?