That is great about Canterbury playing back at Belmore for those two games.
Yet sadly the only way we could play home games back here for the 4 Premiership Points would be to call in the bulldozers, have them level both the John Gent and E.J. Whitten Stands and the other structures there in the vicinity of the Teddy Whitten statue and re-allign Cross Street AND the train line by placing them into an underground tunnel.
It could be theoretically done -Liverpool football club in England over time purchased some houses at the back of their Anfield ground and demolished them, to enable them to build a big super Grandstand. Another example in England is Tottenham Hotspur Football Club, they are turning their ground around after demolishing nearby structures- this will enable their finished product (White Hart Lane) to have it's ground capacity increased from 38,000 to 61,000. However although NOT impossible it is highly improbable.
We could do this if we bought homes in Hocking Street and thus made the playing arena move back in a westerly direction (the Gordon Street wing is too narrow) plus the residents have gone 20 years without a full season of senior football played there. Yet the cost would be enormous- the money would have to come from an ultra wealthy benefactor. We know that President Peter Gordon has a few bob and he has contributed to the club, but this would require a mega millionaire to fund this. The local council (Maribyrnong Council) wouldn't have the resources to get involved in a project of this magnitude.