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B Of The Bang To Be Removed *Video*

B Of The Bang To Be Removed *Video*

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Manchester City Council has announced it is to dismantle and store the 'B of the Bang' sculpture while a decision is made about its future.

Both articles were broadcast by the BBC on 11 February 2009.

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B Of The Bang Decision

B Of The Bang To Be Stored

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Writer:Tudor
Date:Thursday February 19 2009
Time: 9:35AM

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I have to say, its worth more in scrap than rusting away outside coms.sorry to see it go. Oh No and they call manchester City for wasting money.
Buzz Lightyear
19/02/2009 11:07:00
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I think it’s been quite dangerous, spikes falling off... Should be a statue of my granddad instead! lol
mcfcthriller
19/02/2009 14:32:00
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I'm absolutely gutted about this decision. B of the Bang was a bold and brilliant work of modern art and made the entire stadium complex instantly recognisable. The people who have decided to destroy this grand statement are the type of people who tear down historic buildings on the grounds that they don't fit in with modern tastes. Don't suppose anyone enquired as to whether or not our owners would be willing to fund the necessary repairs?
fifthcolumnblue
19/02/2009 17:54:00
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Get rid of it and put up a large BLUE football with a map of the world painted on to show the football world is BLUE
Doody
19/02/2009 18:55:00
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