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I think we need to continue to improve areas which will generate the club income.

The tea bars for example still need a lot of work, the bar area of the Kop gets very busy and there needs to be something done about this - as if the queues were more manageable more items would be sold. I know the clubs looking to improve the toilets, as this was mentioned in a fan meeting I attended and that is something additionally which would make a huge difference.

Off the top of my head I'm not sure what else to suggest.

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Contactless Card payments, not sure if this is a thing yet but would love to see it. Also maybe the middle back section of the kop turned to safe standing? But to be honest id rather just buy decent players, our stadium is far more than adequate at our level of football. 

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contactless card payments would speed things up esp on match days.

i think the club should look further into how they can generate money because this will be the key to signing better players, you have to invest. i would hope they can save match day programmes as i think it would be sad to see them go. maybe look to make them £2?

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I’d like to see continued improvement of the family stand, theres been great work done so far which is fantastic but we need to encourage more families with youngsters to get them hooked.

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9 minutes ago, Fan of Big Tone said:

I’d like to see continued improvement of the family stand, theres been great work done so far which is fantastic but we need to encourage more families with youngsters to get them hooked.

What about to the other stands?

I know families who attend the Pavis and Kop, whereas I know that the Family Stand's drawings etc have created a nice environment for youngsters. I would love to see these types of things rolled out for other areas. The wall at the back of the Kop concourse has a lot of graffiti, some of which has been there since the stand were used by away supporters many moons ago (so of which isn't child friendly).

It would be great to see the Pavis and Kop receive some of this treatment, make all fans feel very proud and of course children to be excited going to take their seats.

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The queues in the Kop are ridiculous at half-time. Even with a 4k crowd you know that if you leave on the whistle you are unlikely to be served by the time the second half kicks off again. 

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There is a lot of room for further improvements, I hope the club does focus on the stands because the conditions can be appalling at times.

Meadow Lane is a fantastic ground but refurbs and modernization would be smart business.

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