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3 minutes ago, holteendhero said:

The Villa theme park will have a Eric Black Land made up of 25 rides that only the same 11 are used week in week out 

The rides will also continue to be in use even if they are broken, outdated, bad or injured.

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I think Flabby has already started the process of putting the rides together. I saw a photo of him a few weeks ago trying to get his hands on a Zipper in a Mayfair hotel room. 

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1 hour ago, mjmooney said:

Get used to it. It's only going to get worse with this clown in charge. And you thought Lerner was bad.

Please do tell what else happens in the future?

Whats the lotto numbers for Saturday?

To call him a clown and comparing him to Lerner with no foundation is ludicrous. He's not had chance to do anything yet and he's already written off as worse than Lerner. He couldn't do much worse. 

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2 minutes ago, villan-scott said:

Please do tell what else happens in the future?

Whats the lotto numbers for Saturday?

To call him a clown and comparing him to Lerner with no foundation is ludicrous. He's not had chance to do anything yet and he's already written off as worse than Lerner. He couldn't do much worse. 

Couldn't he? Wait and see. 

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I would imagine it would be something more along the lines of Resort world next to the lg arena at birmingham international.

Casino, Spa, Hotel, shopping, cinema, bars, restaurants, conference centre etc all under one roof.

Slap some villa/recon branding all over and incorporate villa village/clubshop etc and it would seem to be a good idea.

 

Would even be good for fans in this country/europe who travel a distance to games, stay within walking distance of the ground, with plenty to do to make a weekend of it etc

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yeah i think thats what they'll do too, not expecting roller coasters, something similar to resorts world, id be worried if i owned star city

something to attract chinese tourists, im lazily going to throw in some outlet shopping being there

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Plus, lets face it - the area around the ground is mostly a dump - regeneration of the immediate area would be fantastic (and possibly offer jobs to those recently made redundant), it would work the whole Villa brand and provide additional revenue streams to the club.

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1 hour ago, LakotaDakota said:

I would imagine it would be something more along the lines of Resort world next to the lg arena at birmingham international.

Casino, Spa, Hotel, shopping, cinema, bars, restaurants, conference centre etc all under one roof.

Slap some villa/recon branding all over and incorporate villa village/clubshop etc and it would seem to be a good idea.

 

Would even be good for fans in this country/europe who travel a distance to games, stay within walking distance of the ground, with plenty to do to make a weekend of it etc

Finally comments that make sense. It would surely have to be indoors, could have a football museum, some neat electronic footie games and tests of skill with the cinema, restaurant's and conference facility, etc. Tourists at weekends, business conferences during week. having said all that I still don't know how it would all work given the location and what is available around it. Great for home games trips but the rest of year???

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2 hours ago, Spoony said:

Lambert's Lifetime Lazy River

Every time you get to the end, you reach a sign that says "we go again", and you go round and round and round and round and round... 

Is that until you reach Sherwood Waterfall? Initially a rush and then you realise  how far you are plummeting...

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