WHEN the demolition men finally move in and the bulldozers rumble across the turf once graced so majestically by Vollenhoven, Karalius, Murphy et al, it won’t just be lumps of concrete and mangled bits girder getting tossed into a skip The home we have collectively grown into and groaned in, too, over many decades will be gone forever.
2:13pm Thursday 9th September 2010
12:24pm Thursday 9th September 2010
KNOWSLEY Road cannot boast the volume of representative football as, say, Station Road, Central Park or Headingley, but it may come as a surprise to realise that our ground has been a venue for international football at professional level since 1914, when England took on Wales.
3:43pm Thursday 22nd April 2010
In the first of six special peeps back at Saints’ memory-packed home, club historian Alex Service transports us back a century to the days when the team turned up for their games in a type of coach that boasted truly old fashioned ‘air conditioning’.
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