About

Tales from the Pigeon Stands is a guide to football grounds across South London. From Football League to Combined Counties, we will be visiting as many grounds as possible in order to provide the casual football fan with the information they need before making an educated decision as to how they plan to spend their Saturday afternoon as well as telling soe jolly tales from our expeditions.

6 Responses to “About”

  1. yahya yasin assad aladham 14 August 2011 at 10:02 am #

    hello my name is yahya yasin assad aladham am in 13 years and ama go to 7th class and i stay in jordan am very very good at football my email: yahya.yasin99@hotmaill.com
    my phone number : +962799260853 or +9626/5811075 or my brother yanal +962795098986 I will be happy for your response

    Sender : yahya yasin assad aladham

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  3. Dave 21 August 2012 at 9:45 am #

    Hi I am part of the Cray Valley (PM) FC set up, and since we entered the Kent League in 2011/12 season which came sooner than we expected. I have been trying to do some sort of a more detailed history of the club.
    I noticed in your Cray Valley report you had some and I would like to know where you got the information. I have been checking some for myself and have established the club were formed in 1920 with the Kent FA which means in 2020 it will be our centenary year.

    We have now sorted the problem with the cups of tea, and the floodlights and the seated stand are now at the ground. We also have a covered terrace for a 100 spectators where the turnstile is situated. I would love you to come back to the ground and I am sure I will pleased to buy you a cup of tea.

    Just to add that the new badge the club wear on their shirts is designed with club colours and the fleur- de- lis, this was the very first water mark on any paper and was first iproduced at the original Cray Valley Paper Mills in the late 1700 hundreds. So the club have not forgotten their roots.
    Dave

    • James Masini 30 August 2012 at 6:46 pm #

      Hi Dave,

      Thanks for getting in touch. Most of a research has been pulled from the clubs website and a bit of digging online. Good to learn about the fleur de lis. Very interesting! I’m sure we’ll be back as it’s only a short trip over from Brockley.

  4. Dave 30 August 2012 at 7:20 pm #

    Thanks for replying and maybe see you when you come Cray make your self know to me and we could have a chat.

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