So last Saturday saw the moment all footballing architecture fans had been waiting so long for. There had been trials and tribulations, tears, recrimination, months turning to years of delays, but finally it happened. Yes, at last a wheezing Astragal took to the pitch to make his debut for the Wandsworth Common over-40s five-a-side team. Oh, and the FA Cup final kicked off in the new Wembley Stadium as well. Although the cup final itself left much to be desired, with Didier ...
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