Circus on the move again.

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Post  Dock end John on Fri Jul 05, 2013 10:10 am

Must be the only club who fuck up more than the "DOCKERS" just a load of wankers.Laughing 
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Post  tilbury on Thu Jul 04, 2013 5:28 pm

oh dear hopeless club

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Post  Dordi_Kaka on Thu Jul 04, 2013 3:36 pm

3 grounds in 3 years Shocked 

Their manager has left to be Luton's assistant manager.
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Post  tilbury on Mon Jun 17, 2013 10:19 am

our ground is more than fine for ryman prem still wouldn't want them though

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Post  Dock end John on Sun Jun 16, 2013 10:52 am

W.H.U.F.C  would like to thank Grays F.C. fans for cleaning up there Rush green ground now they can fuck off. MUGS. P.S. if you are not doing anything for the rest of the summer Aveley could do with a bit off a clean up
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Post  welshexileddocker on Sat Jun 15, 2013 6:38 am

Its now been confirmed that Thurrock Nomads(aka Grays Athletic) will be playing at Aveley next season
after receiving the go ahead after an emergency meeting of the Ryman League.
Dont matter where they play - still shit!!!

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Post  Dock end John on Fri Jun 14, 2013 8:45 am

Grays set to leave Rush Green - Aveley may be new home!

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GRAYS Athletic are seeking a new home  - with Aveley’s Mill Field ground understood to be earmarked as another temporary home for the Blues.
Fans of Grays had been told the club had a two year contract with West Ham at the Rush Green ground in Romford, but the Enquirer understands the Hammers are planning to utilise the facility more next season and Grays could be on the move, just weeks before the start of the Ryman Premier League season.
Officials of Grays are understood to be considering a legal challenge to West Ham but the promoted club have had to make contingency plans and are believed to have spoken to Billericay and Aveley – among others – with a view to a groundshare for the new season and sources say Aveley’s Mill Field ground is the most likely option.
A source at Billericay, who groundshared with Chelmsford for several seasons, confirmed they have been approached by Grays but said it was unlikely an agreement would be brokered.
Aveley secretary Craig Johnston declined to comment on the matter and would neither confirm nor deny talks had taken place but the Millers are also used to sharing their ground, with Romford most recently among clubs that have used the facility in the past. 
They now play at nearby Thurrock – a club themselves whose future is in doubt as they fight a battle over Ryman Premier demotion – which rules out Ship Lane as an option. After leaving their New Rec ground three years ago, Grays spent two years at East Thurrock United but a return there is deemed highly unlikely.
Another option could be Tilbury’s Chadfields ground, but there may be issues over grading there, with little time to carry out any required work.
In recent months Grays have aired several plans for a return to Thurrock, with options talked about including a move to a new site at Blackshots near Thurrock Rugby Club, a move to land adjacent to Treetops Special School and even sharing Thurrock Harriers stadium – an option that could yet prove to be realised if difficulties with conversion to appropriate ground grading requirements could be overcome.
The matter could well be a topic of conversation with the Ryman League over the weekend when Grays officials will be at Wembley for the Ryman League’s annual dinner on Saturday and annual meeting on Sunday morning. 
Grays secretary Andrew Packer told the Enquirer: "The club has no comment to make at this time as discussions are ongoing and we hope to be in a position to release more information after the weekend."
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