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I wonder whats changed over the last 18 months to now make it viable. And wouldnt it have made sense to open in stockton for those people that dont go to middlesbrough

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Its much smaller than the one at Captain Cook's for one thing, so rent would be cheaper. I imagine there's been enough of a resurgence in people buying merch that it makes sense.

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Seems slightly bonkers to close in the first, but given the upturn in our fortunes over the last 18 months I think it's fantastic news. To be fair we probably got enough money from beating Man U to keep it open for years.

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I wonder whats changed over the last 18 months to now make it viable.   And wouldnt it have made sense to open in stockton for those people that dont go to middlesbrough

 

Aren't they all Sunderland fans in Stockton? ;)

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I wonder whats changed over the last 18 months to now make it viable.   And wouldnt it have made sense to open in stockton for those people that dont go to middlesbrough

 

Aren't they all Sunderland fans in Stockton? ;)

 

Now now....im from billingham so thats anothe r story altogether

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Nice financial move, right on top of Christmas   :)

 

Impulse buying Boro tops,hoodies etc for husbands,boyfriends etc

whilst wandering Boro Xmas shopping. ideal  ;)

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If it's a success it'll be become permanent. Anyone know if there's a ticket office there? Was far more convenient nipping to the town centre store for tickets.

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