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The Real Olympic Legacy

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http://www.bbc.co.uk...kshire-21627003

When is the Olympic legacy going to kick in, successive cuts have started to reduce our country's sports stadia.

http://www.hastingso...saved-1-4841743

We thought that was going to be dug up and sold off for housing, or a football pitch/es

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My first thought was why, when the management of Don Valley Stadium declare an annual running cost of £700,000, havent they secured a naming rights sponsor to recuce this?

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Ugh, filthy professionals.

That's not what I'm saying

Everyone was supposed to benefit from the Olympics this appears not to be the case

Billions have been sprent

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I guess the idea was that local authorities would use the crest of the olympic wave to encourage sport rather than viewing it as an easy cut when trying to reign in chronic budget overspending

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That's not what I'm saying

Everyone was supposed to benefit from the Olympics this appears not to be the case

Billions have been sprent

Billions have been spent. The Don Valley has been a grotesque symbol of underused overspend for years. It didn't seem to have any friends at all until some people realised they might make some symbolic capital out of its closure.

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Billions have been spent. The Don Valley has been a grotesque symbol of underused overspend for years. It didn't seem to have any friends at all until some people realised they might make some symbolic capital out of its closure.

true

the main argument being that MS Ennis trains tere

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