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jooliandix 7:36 Wed Jun 20
Tottenham new ground
I drove past the Yids new ground today,it's fucking impressive,puts our place to shame

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Cheezey Bell-End 2:46 Fri Jun 29
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Hopefully it hinders them financially for years to come.

Capitol Man 2:02 Fri Jun 29
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To be fair we did get ours for free while spurs are having to fork over what, a billion for theirs.

jfk 1:38 Fri Jun 29
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So fucking what if they have a better ground than us ,why the fuck do some of of our so called "supporters"have such an obsession with that lot?
It's beyond embarrassing.

Babelman 12:52 Fri Jun 29
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Trevor B 9:34 Tue Jun 26

spot on

the coming of gary 12:50 Fri Jun 29
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" the stands are all different "

thats whats always made a great PROPER football ground

Cheezey Bell-End 12:18 Fri Jun 29
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An asymmetric stadium or a soulless bowl? We got the latter.

11MDE 11:24 Thu Jun 28
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Saw some pics of it today on The Fighting Cock. If that place has cost that amount of money, I'd ask for a refund. I looks fucking comical. The seats are so steep that they will are almost looking at the pitch from a 180 degree angle. The stands are all different, so it has no symmetry whatsoever, it does have gaps at the sides which seem quite big and it barely has a roof. It does have a Cheese room and the worlds longest bar though, so hey......every cloud.

I'd be fucking furious if I had to pay a grand to watch football from that giant greenhouse.

Cheezey Bell-End 11:02 Wed Jun 27
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More than ours is.

mashed in maryland 10:59 Wed Jun 27
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It's only partially a football ground.

neilalex 11:10 Tue Jun 26
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Can't see what the particular fuss is about Tottenham's ground. Everton will be no different. Any purpose built football stadium is going to infinitely trump a poorly converted shithouse of an athletics bowl.

Trevor B 9:34 Tue Jun 26
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Personally I think the only option is the one that I believe Sullivan and Brady had in mind ever since we were denied the opportunity to buy it, and that's to stuff the government with as bad a deal as possible until they finally wilt and sell the stadium to us to avoid losing tens of millions every year. Then we can do what we want with it.

Hammer and Pickle 9:33 Tue Jun 26
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SOCCER ground

Pedro 9:31 Tue Jun 26
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Mentioned before but only option with our ground is to get permission to lose the track.

We can offer to keep the shelll of the stadium and us keeping a legacy and then build a smaller stadium within it.

Russia have done the same with their stadium in Moscow.

mashed in maryland 9:19 Tue Jun 26
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It'll be different from a lot of new grounds for a few reasons.

Firstly it's not just a bowl. The South stand will be it's own stand, and quite a bit exposed.

There will also be safe standing areas.

Also the roof is designed in such a way that there's literally no obstruction of the pitch. The design is only the second of its kind in the world, or something.

The fact the soccer pitch is meant to roll out over the NFL pitch will be quite impressive. Better than our "retractable seats" anyway.

Will be impressive when it's finished, and imo most modern grounds are shit

The Human Stain 5:06 Tue Jun 26
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You'll be pleased to note that my love of all things England is overcoming my contempt for all things Tottenaham. But its a struggle, will need weeks of therapy and i'll be a lot happier if Rashford/Vardy came in and started scoring.

Pagey 1:01 Tue Jun 26
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Let’s be honest, it will be and was always going to be a great stadium.

As weird as it sounds, we were put in a no-win situation with the Olympic Stadium. Either we moved in, as it was, or Spurs were going to move in and rebuild it. Either option was far from perfect.

Had a plan been put in place prior to the build - to convert it into a quality football stadium after the Olympics - then great, but Coe and his crew thought otherwise. Fuck all that can be done about that now though.

4ever-blowin-bubbles 12:34 Tue Jun 26
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looks great but lets still go there and turn them over

The Postman 12:55 Mon Jun 25
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I live in Edmonton... And i must thank The Spuds for PAYING. Yes paying all our Residential Parking. For 3 years.. Got nice painted Bays.Yellow Lines. (One way Street's TBC) . Sign's Flower Beds.. Only down side we have to buy. Visitors Tickets! And after 3 years. If The Thieving Enfield Council. Deem it a success? They May or May not Charge.. BUT on a 'HapPy' note. I can't wait for their first Home game.Just to see that Smug Taxi Driver, Silver BMW and Black Range Rover. Who allways park outside my house.Now F@@@ Off somewhere else.. Unless i get the Kids to sell hem a Visitor Ticket!!!

The Hammers 11:17 Mon Jun 25
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A proper football stadium

Wish we had a stadium like this.

Eggbert Nobacon 11:13 Mon Jun 25
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Capitol Man 2:04 Fri Jun 22
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Where is that $1bn ultimately going to come from?

Levy thought he was goingt o get 10's of millions a year from naming erights and the nFL

he's mnaged to get a guaranteed 2m a year from the above so it may take a while

still at a 1000 pounds for the cheapest ticket it will be the fans paying through the nose

Chopper Toshack 12:18 Mon Jun 25
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Which new ground? They've got two next season.

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