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City's Consultation With Residents For Development

Residents living near Manchester City's Etihad Stadium have today been receiving pamphlets written by Chief Executive Garry Cook that reveal details on just how huge the new youth development and training facility near Eastlands will be.

By all accounts up to 5.5 acres of land will be used for the following:

New Academy for up to 400 young players.
Learning facility for 200 Academy players.
Accommodation for 40 Academy players.
First team building with changing room, gym, refectory, injury and rehab centre, 32 bedrooms.
Eight youth development pitches.
Eight first team football pitches.
A 7,000 capacity stadium for youth matches and community use.
Office space for football club employees.
Media centre.
Customer service centre.
A new footbridge linking the centre to the Etihad campus.

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Writer: StuMCFC Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday July 17 2011

Time: 3:08PM

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Wonder if Arsene Wenger will write to the residents of East Manchester to explain to them why this deal is so evil and must be stopped?
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