I'd expect they'll get to keep it for a set time period. Brentford kept theirs at Griffin Park for quite some time (based on the fact that the were building their new ground), and Wycombe Wanderers still have their terraced home end.If Peterborough gain promotion will they have to get rid of any standing terraces.
Tuesday is a must win for Southend. Colchester's form until yesterday seemed to indicate they'd be overtaken.Meanwhile
At the other end, Grimsby's win over Bolton has not lifted them ad they are seven points behind Colchester which in turn beat Walsall. Southend travel to Colchester on Tuesday which may be the last chance to keep the gap between the Essex sides close - Conference fans are already expecting to go to Grimsby (again) and Southend.
A win for Hull would leave Sunderland unable to catch them, but it would only confirm promotion if Lincoln lose and Blackpool don't win. So probably one more result needed to be sure. I suspect whoever started the idea on a win being enough had forgotten that there are other teams with a game in hand over Sunderland.I've read somewhere that a win for Hull will confirm their promotion back up to the Championship.
The ground does as it's the main vaccination centre for the area.Nice to Oxford United do have some uses after all
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