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Home of the [[Welsh|Wales]] [[rugby]] team, it was used by the [[England]] football team on a few occasions when the new Wembley was being built. Crucible of Welsh Rugby, and built on the site of the old Arms Park. While it is a top-flight stadium in it's own right, it is consistantly let down by the poor state of the pitch. This is due to it being picked up and moved out to the carpark between games, in order to allow such important events as Monster Trucks Extraveganza and Simply Red gigs to take place in the stadium. Why on earth the greedy, money-grabbing twats at the WRU can't just leve it alone to nit and grow is totaly beyond me. (fume over)
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Home of the [[Welsh|Wales]] [[rugby]] team, it was used by the [[England]] football team on a few occasions when the new Wembley was being built. Crucible of Welsh Rugby and as such is home to at least 15 red-shirted homosexuals every weekend. Built on the site of the old Arms Park. While it is a top-flight stadium in it's own right, it is consistantly let down by the poor state of the pitch. This is due to it being picked up and moved out to the carpark between games, in order to allow such important events as Monster Trucks Extraveganza and Simply Red gigs to take place in the stadium. Why on earth the greedy, money-grabbing twats at the WRU can't just leve it alone to nit and grow is totaly beyond me. (fume over)
  
 
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Revision as of 14:38, 3 February 2010

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Millenium Stadium

Home of the Wales rugby team, it was used by the England football team on a few occasions when the new Wembley was being built. Crucible of Welsh Rugby and as such is home to at least 15 red-shirted homosexuals every weekend. Built on the site of the old Arms Park. While it is a top-flight stadium in it's own right, it is consistantly let down by the poor state of the pitch. This is due to it being picked up and moved out to the carpark between games, in order to allow such important events as Monster Trucks Extraveganza and Simply Red gigs to take place in the stadium. Why on earth the greedy, money-grabbing twats at the WRU can't just leve it alone to nit and grow is totaly beyond me. (fume over)