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Last Updated: Monday, 22 September, 2003, 15:48 GMT 16:48 UK
Scally considers Gills future
Gillingham chairman Paul Scally has again threatened to take the club out of the Medway towns if the council do not support his plans to relocate.

Scally met the council last week about a new stadium at Temple Marshes on the bank of the Medway in Strood.

"There is no future for the club at the Priestfield," said Scally.

"If the council decides they don't wish to see Gillingham at Temple Marshes, then we have no alternative but to seek other sites outside Medway."

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