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"Rob Allen can explain the offside rule, but at Brent Cross they think it's all over". (A headline of two halves, really)

Link to Evening Standard

"An abandoned railway goods yard that has stood empty for almost half a century has been turned into central London’s biggest five-a-side football complex by Power League.

"The two and a half acre site in Shoreditch has already attracted hundreds of bookings from local teams that could not previously find places to play close to their offices.

Rob Allan, assistant director of development at Hammerson said:
“We have a long history of working well with Powerleague on our development sites. The Goodsyard will ultimately become a vibrant new mixed-use London ‘village’ linking the City with Brick Lane, and will comprise retail, residential and office components, but it is great that before that, it will still create value for the local community by providing much needed sports facilities." [Phew! Sentence is a bit long, Rob.]

The day after the fire in 1964
(Link to 'Disused Stations')

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