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Seagrave Training Centre - Construction updates 3

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3 hours ago, StanSP said:

Fvcking hell Google aren't messing about are they.

They still have 'latest' street view pictures from 2009 in some places and now they can't wait to get to our new training ground lol 

Yup, our Street  view is circa 2010. It's admittedly not as interesting or impressive as the training ground :D

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3 hours ago, StanSP said:

Fvcking hell Google aren't messing about are they.

They still have 'latest' street view pictures from 2009 in some places and now they can't wait to get to our new training ground lol 

 

10 minutes ago, FoyleFox said:

Yup, our Street  view is circa 2010. It's admittedly not as interesting or impressive as the training ground :D

My cat’s still outside my house on street view. He’s been dead for 11 years. 

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Looks so clean and pristine. Hope the players obviously takes to the new surroundings and better facilities. Maybe it'll be a year or two before we really see the benefits of it but the good thing is it'll be a superb place to show off to potential new signings. 

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https://www.leicestermercury.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/vital-boost-leicester-citys-astonishing-4747601

 

Leicester City’s “astonishing” new training ground will provide a vital immediate boost to the squad as they get set to make the £100m facility their home.

City want to move into their new state-of-the-art base at Seagrave on Wednesday, December 9, council papers showed this week.

And if given the green light, City will have the facilities to ensure they get through the busy festive period in tip-top condition.

 

However, they still need Charnwood Borough Council to give them the go-ahead. Planning permission was only given provided City funded improvements to the A46 junction near the 185-acre site, but the club wants to move in before those adjustments have been made, on the proviso that players, staff, and other employees approach the training ground from a different route.

 

Rodgers said: “I think the benefits to it straight away will be that we’ll go into a world-class facility that will allow us to recover even better.

“We go into Seagrave where there’ll be pools, hydropools, cryotherapy, there’s going to be everything there in order to recover. That will be brilliant for us in this period where the games will be coming thick and fast.

“When we go into it, it will increase the standard and the level of everything. That was a big attraction to coming here. Going to a world-class training facility that allows you to develop and grow as a team.”

Long-term, Rodgers has previously said that Seagrave will help attract signings for City in the transfer windows, while he also believes it will help the club bridge the gap to the richer sides because it will help him develop each player.

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