The report was written in January, which stated that the Midlands club were considering adding another temporary stand, but Spiers has now confirmed that a planning application has been submitted for a 500-seat one that will be placed in between the South Bank and Steve Bull stands. A new video wall would be placed behind it, similar to the Graham Hughes stand.
This development has caught the eye of several Wanderers supporters, including one fan who insists he has always called one of the stands after ‘Stevie’ Corica. The Australian played for WWFC between 1996 and 1999, where he made 88 appearances in all competitions in the first team. The 47-year old has also moved to Leicester City and Walsall in English football, as well as migrating to Japan and his native country, where he has also managed, according to Transfermarkt.
These fans gave their thoughts on the news:
Would ruin the atmosphere putting it between south bank and JL10
— DA (@wwfc_dxn29) April 9, 2020
I’ve always called it the Stevie Corica Stand.
— Andy Icke (@littleIckey) April 9, 2020
Put the away fans up by us? More fun 😉
— Nicky Solo 🎸 (@subwayarmy39) April 9, 2020
These official plans? Hope so cause its how the temp stands should be! Would attract more supporters to sit in there if both sides were like this
— ℂ (@Carl_Yorke) April 9, 2020
how temporary is temporary do you reckon?
— Mike Parsons (@mike39084354) April 9, 2020
They could have started redevelopment during this closure. They built a hospital in China in a wik.
— Matt Hough (@MattyHough2) April 9, 2020
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