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08 March 2007 | Anon

Club Accept Improved Facilities Of Langley Sports Centre To Make It The Imps New Home Ground


The Imps have announced this morning that they have completed negotiations to uproot from Norman Park and move their home ground to the excellent facilities on offer at Langley Sports Centre in Hawksbrook Lane with immediate effect in preparation for the 2007-08 season.

After the Imps were uprooted by the OBDSFL from their hallowed home ground of Sparrows Den, their temporary base of Norman Park proved not to suit the Imps who had been used to the wide pitches of Sparrows and therefore Neal began negotiating with Langley Park in order for the Imps to secure a new home ground for next season and with Langley having availability for the rest of the season, the Club took the sensible step of moving their final three league games down to Langley in order to protect next years investment and once again, the Imps will be in close proximity to some familiar faces as Eden Park, Connaught Blues and of course, Bromley Flamengo currently have Langley Park as their home ground.



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