Filed: Wednesday, 19th March 2008
By: Staff Writer
Scott Duxbury has confirmed that a site for the club's new training ground has been found.
The United CEO told the Newham Recorder that a deal to seal the club's move from their long-term Chadwell Heath site is set to be rubber-stamped later this year.
"The completion of the new training site is nearer to fruition than the new stadium, though we don't expect to have completed the deal until September," he said.
"I can't say where the site is, but it is very near to Chadwell Heath, and the pitches are set up there already.
"It is just a matter of constructing the building and we will be ready to move."
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by Adam Leatherbarrow
09:54AM 20th Mar 2008
''Well the only land that has been rumoured is the Fords ground in Rush Green Road and that the Fords team will still be playing there as well as Dagenham & Redbridge, playing their home games there. Also it will be the home of the youth games and reserve games ...''
06:38PM 19th Mar 2008
''The club is losing its soul ... ''
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