What’s the deal with the medical equipment on the Centennial stadium?

Posted October 02, 2018 08:00:55It’s been a busy few months for the Centenary Stadium.

The first half of the season, when the club played a friendly against Manchester City, was a bit of a rollercoaster.

Then the team took on Chelsea at the start of October, and then they hosted the first of two Europa League qualifiers in the middle of October.

The next three weeks saw the team play some pretty good football and come away with a 3-0 victory against Borussia Dortmund.

The club, which will play their home games at the stadium, is now looking to take their first step towards securing their place in Europe’s elite club competition next season.

There is a long way to go, but the club have already secured a number of players for the first leg of the Europa League qualifying tie against FK Frankfurt in August, with a big-name addition to the squad expected in the coming days.

For those who have followed the club’s progress since the start, you’ll probably have noticed some big-picture changes.

For starters, the club is no longer playing at the Stadio Olimpico, which is a very nice change.

It’s a huge departure for a club that is already in the midst of a financial crisis.

The stadium, too, is not as spacious as it was when the first team played there in November, and it’s not as nice as the first stadium, which was actually quite cramped in the summer.

There are also a few changes to the stadium that will surely make it look a bit different than it is now.

First, the team is going to wear their home kit, with the red strip of the blue and white stripes.

This is an easy change to make, given that the team have worn their kit for the majority of their games at home.

It will also be a much nicer fit for the fans.

The first game against FKK Frankfurt is expected to be played on the same pitch that the home side played at the end of October and the last game against Borussian giants FK Ingolstadt.

That means that the fans will be able to watch the game from their own seats.

It should also mean that the game will be more accessible to the fans, who will be better able to get into the ground and enjoy it from their seats.

That means that we can expect a much better atmosphere for the game.

The second change is the introduction of a smaller stadium, located behind the pitch.

This means that there is more space for fans to sit down and watch the match from their seat, and there is a greater chance of fans sitting together.

The stadium is much larger than the first one, which makes it easier to see the ball and better to see how it’s being played.

There will also no longer be a roof over the ground, which means that it will be much easier for fans who have to stand outside the stadium during the game to watch from the seats.

We also want to keep the same level of cleanliness, and this is something we have been working on in our facilities for the past two seasons.

The changes are only a little different, and they are all positive, so we are confident in them.

The last change will probably be the biggest of all, but it will also have the most immediate impact on the game itself.

The team will play in a smaller area, with less space for spectators, so it will allow them to play more passes.

In theory, this should make it easier for the team to attack, as it should be easier for them to move the ball forward, but there will also certainly be more opportunities for players to get in the box.

We want to make sure that fans get a good experience of the game at the Centurion, and we think that we have a really good team to look forward to next season, so the stadium has changed very little and will probably remain the same.

We hope that the stadium will be an important part of the Century of the Arena, and I can’t wait to see what we will see when we return to the Stadium for the Europa league qualifier against Frankfurt in the spring of 2021.