Hole in the roof above 121

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  1. BLUEMATT23

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    I think too be fair they have done a lot recently.
     
  2. yeseye

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  3. john lett

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    Having your feet in a puddle is slightly better than having someone who couldn't be bothered going to the toilets on a packed swaying Kippax pee down your legs:(
     
  4. quiet_riot

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    Hey'di K11 Tanking system says otherwise.
     
  5. bluestud

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    Sorry but what's a K11 Tanking system?
     
  6. Dave Ewing's Back 'eader

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    Only a fiver for the silicone but £100k for the scaffolding. Anyway, don't buy one of the cheap seats next season. 323 is as dry as the Atacama!
     
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  8. bluestud

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    Wow I'll pass it on to city but would it withstand the spring pressure, it's gotta go somewhere I suppose.
     
  9. BlueAnorak

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    The old roof is f**ked. Cheap as chips and leaking badly. Drips are not going to be fixed unless they turn into torrents. Roof replacement ASAPP is the club's goal so my structural engineering fiend tells me.
     
  10. Fowlers Penalty Miss

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    The roof has always leaked.

    Heavy rain a decade or so ago resulted in drips all over the place.

    We just haven't seen that much rain at a match since then.

    I have no idea about rotten wood up in the eaves, maybe it's getting worse now, but I remember not long after we moved to the new ground being splattered with rain drops and thinking the Queen, at the closing ceremony of the commonwealth games, must have had a wet hat afterwards as the drips were that bad.

    I wrote on here a decade or so ago it was incredible that a roof in Manchester wasn't rain proof.

    I'm genuinely surprised it's taken 10 years for it to happen again.
     

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