Discussion in 'Central Coast Mariners FC' started by midfielder, Oct 1, 2019.
Did this really need a new thread when it was in another?
Where’s the yellow!!!
sorry looked for it but must have missed it ...
That looks f**king sick!
I wonder if this blue was chosen being our other colour, and yellow wouldn't stand out as much?
FYI: Central Coast Council put in these new seats, didn’t consult any of their major tenants to give the opportunity for their input.
Would’ve been nice to see “MARINERS” in yellow on the bottom tier but hey ho.
Shouldn't this read "their only tenant"?
Would be great, but deliberate for sure. Throw to the Mariners but doesn't brand it CCM for other events. Not a bad call from a council perspective I guess.
I came past today,That`s the Eastern Stand.
The Western Stand upper level hasn`t been touched as yet.
Would be a great photo if it was the Mariner`s in front of the stand (looks like it`s Adelaide to me)...
Any other regional council with one real tenant for their stadium would go out of their way to brand the stadium for the main tenant, I'm sure.
Still, it's a wise move from council. They don't want to brand the stadium for sokkah only to have to change it again when we get our NRL team.
None of us will still be alive when that happens.
BAHAHAHAHAHA a NeRL team in Gosford BAHAHAHAHAHA not while the Knights and Sea Eagles are still breathing
Sea Eagles= Northern Beaches
If the Bears bid was given, it'd encompass the North Shore and CC- an area with a combined population of 1 million people, plus some of the richest corporate sponsors on their doorstep. Only reason it hasn't happened is because the NRL admins' are laughably myopic.
The problem is existing teams get a say about newbies and knights and manly fear a drop in fan base ...we know that wouldn’t happen ...but
My understanding is the CC is way down the list for new NRL teams... its second Brisbane, Perth, second NZ, second Queensland country, then CC.
I've also heard PNG
Pretty sure Los Angeles would be ahead of us
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