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davidmills Posted on 14/01/2020 22:33
How does that ground get a safety certificate
 
Concourse absolutely jammed at half time
Totally unsafe
A late or early goal on half time and people would have been crushed
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asredastheycome Posted on 14/01/2020 22:41

How does that ground get a safety certificate
Said the same myself.
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Emmersons_BrazillianDong Posted on 14/01/2020 23:14

How does that ground get a safety certificate
It's by far the best stadium I've ever visited but their organisation was awful.

Those concourses were extremely dangerous. Not only because of the crushing but because of how slippy they became. Saw a little lad and two blokes fall on their XXXXXXs
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Funky_Chicken Posted on 14/01/2020 23:22

How does that ground get a safety certificate
Another terrible soulless capitalist goldfish bowl [V] Hilsborough Goodison Park Craven Cottage and our very own Ayresome Park, now they are/were proper football grounds with character [^]



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BigmetsBoro86 Posted on 15/01/2020 09:00

How does that ground get a safety certificate
I have to admit as nice and shiny that it is. I did think it was pretty soulless and lacked atmosphere. It was maybe because it was a wet windy 3rd replay.

Also getting in was harder than getting through Gatwick.

It does look 'nice' though and loved the people going round selling beers with contactless. I didn't queue once.... Well apart from getting in[;)]
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Cuthbert Posted on 15/01/2020 09:04

How does that ground get a safety certificate
"loved the people going round selling beers with contactless. I didn't queue once..."

Trust me, you got very lucky. I was in a mini queue at those contactless mobile bars TWICE, and both times when I got to the front the bloke said they'd run out and walked off! Queued at a main bar that was ten deep, and gave up in the end as the queue wasn't shifting....so didn't get a pint in the end.
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London_Boro Posted on 15/01/2020 11:03
Edited On: 15/01/2020 11:09
How does that ground get a safety certificate
It would probably be down to the SGSA who are responsible for safety within Stadia in the UK. All grounds must conform to the list of requirements listed in the 'Green Guide'

They do ground visits regularly to asses these things, if they feel it's unsafe, they have the power to revoke the license.
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bear66 Posted on 15/01/2020 11:23

How does that ground get a safety certificate
Do they go when it's empty or full during a game?
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London_Boro Posted on 15/01/2020 11:24

How does that ground get a safety certificate
Whenever they feel like it, am sure they do ground visits in both scenarios.
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bear66 Posted on 15/01/2020 11:30

How does that ground get a safety certificate
Hopefully. Barnsley is a good case of a reasonably large concourse that is frightening at the start and end of a game.
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Barnsy Posted on 15/01/2020 22:02

How does that ground get a safety certificate
The floor in the concourse was unbelievably slippy. Leaving the stadium was like being on an ice rink.
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