MipoFanatic wrote:Gerd Bibimbapper wrote:- Asan Sports Complex
Is it grass or artificial turf?
I'm pretty sure it was grass when I went there in 2008.
eujin wrote:You'd have thought a few palyers and coaches/trainers would have a shot at the 48. Someone who's played at least a year in each of the three divisions?
MipoFanatic wrote:njs wrote:Anybody else been to bulldozed or abandoned grounds?
njs wrote:Anybody else been to bulldozed or abandoned grounds?
The Stadio delle Alpi has been demolished? The scene of my greatest supporting heartbreak gone forever? I had no idea. And feel a bit sad about it to be honest.eujin wrote:njs wrote:Anybody else been to bulldozed or abandoned grounds?
My list for that is probably quite long; Maine Road, Highbury, Ayresome Park, old Wembley, old Cardiff Arms Park, Ninian Park, the Manor, Delle Alpi....
mustoe02 wrote:I know I had this conversation with Euijin in person quite a while ago, but one thing that I've enjoyed about being a football fan in Korea is that it's made me think about and start to understand what sort of football fan I actually am. I do enjoy ground-hopping and have done quite a bit of it (especially when I was a bored teenager), and whilst I do go to fairly random games (from my supporting persective) a few times a season, though more for the football match than the stadium, I've discovered that I really only love (as opposed to like or enjoy) going to football to watch my team.
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