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City to remain at Milton Road next season
Posted by Andrew Dunn
Mar 11, 2010, 07:00

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Cambridge City Football Club can today announce that an agreement has been reached that will see the club continue playing at Milton Road for the duration of the 2010-11 season.

As a result, the ground share arrangement recently organised with Ridgeons League Newmarket Town FC last month will now be deferred to commence from the beginning of the 2011-12 season.

Club chairman Kevin Satchell hailed the announcement as yet another positive sign of the Club’s progress under the current Board of Directors saying,

"The matter was given detailed consideration by the directors, when presented with the opportunity to remain at Milton Road. We could see that it would both help improve our current revenue streams for another year, and allow us more time to plan the move to Cricket Field Road with Newmarket Town. In addition, we will be able to further develop our strategy of creating new commercial, sponsorship and fundraising opportunities once we do eventually leave Milton Road. Whilst we welcome another year at Milton Road it is also important to say that we do of course recognise the close cooperation of all concerned, particularly the directors of Newmarket Town with whom we are formally committed with the ground share deal already in place now for the start of the 2011-12 season".

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