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Dock

Tott and Ham

Well, I think that the right club won the bid. It was madness to think of relocating Spurs to that part of London, and now it looks as though the council have approved planning permision for them to build a new ground where they are. Win win situation I would say. Although I wouldn't want to be a WHU fan watching my team across a running track.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-12424549
lolwarlol

as a whu fan i wouldn't be  upset at watching across a running track as much as i would be watching across a running track at a pile of shit in div 2
sheeps

Football pitch, athletics track.

No.
Dock

I think the main thing that I would worry about is how silly its going to look having approx 25,000 WH fans in an 80,000 seater stadium. It will look very empty.
Grind

Dock wrote:
I think the main thing that I would worry about is how silly its going to look having approx 25,000 WH fans in an 80,000 seater stadium. It will look very empty.


Unless someone with serious money comes in and overhauls them to quasisemigod status, it's the worst idea I've heard in a long time.

I wouldn't be a very 'appy 'ammer.
lolwarlol

It just means they have enough room to blow those endless bubbles they continually drone on about.
Tank Girl

neither offer is particularly great really.

not sure spurs ever really wanted it, they've had that stuff going on with rebuilding white hart lane for at least 2 years now.
Grind

I've enjoyed the experience of going to Wembley (and similar arenas), but you really are much better off sat on your arse at home if you want to actually see the football.

That's possibly the case for "proper" football grounds too - but at least it seems like you're part of the game and can see and hear what's going on.

I'm no fan of West Ham, but I've quite enjoyed my trips to the Boleyn Ground.
lolwarlol

By the way, call me a thick idiot, but in this artists impression of how well it will all look taken from the BBC, where the fuck is the running track?


Grind

PL2 wrote:
By the way, call me a thick idiot, but in this artists impression of how well it will all look taken from the BBC, where the fuck is the running track?




Maybe it's going to be a huge fuck off pitch?
lolwarlol

Maybe it is some sort of electronic flip up out of the ground James Bond villain stylee running  track.
Plastic Man

Apparently, in line with the current spirit on non-competitiveness in school sports, it's going to be a single lane track, so there'll be no winners or losers.
bearing

PL2 wrote:
By the way, call me a thick idiot, but in this artists impression of how well it will all look taken from the BBC, where the fuck is the running track?




Never mind that, who the fuck are all those people in the opposite stand?
lolwarlol

Clacker wrote:
On the subject of Spurs, Harry Redknapp and Milan Thingy (former Portsmouth owner) are both being charged with tax evasion according to the news tonight.

If found guilty I hope they are both locked up for it, though no doubt they'll "do a deal" to ensure they aren't.


If they do go to prison they'll break out in a replica of the plot of Porridge.
bearing

I very much dislike 'arry, can't stand the man.

To coin a PL2 phrase I think he's a loathsome slippery fuck who is in filth up to his armpits
Tank Girl

ive sat in harrys chair
Tank Girl

try not to lower the tone
fartcatcher

Spurs missed a trick.
They shouldn't have said anything about rebuilding the stadium.

Once they had their hands on it, they could have knocked it down over a bank holiday weekend and then applied for retrospective planning permission to demolish it.
Late Doors

There is talk of having retractable seats so maybe thats where the artists impression has come from although i still suspect LSD
Tank Girl

yes that's what has been accepted - retractable seats
bearing

Still begs the question, who the fuck are they going to put in them?
Fin

If West Ham get relegated i'm sure the shopowners and residents will be looking forward to the 'tasty' matches next season
Plastic Man

bearing wrote:
Still begs the question, who the fuck are they going to put in them?


Stands to reason, that if they're retractable seats, then retractables will be sitting in them.

*assuming retractable is another term for a fun-loving-chirpy-cockernee-kneesupmotherbrowning-bubble-blower*
Plastic Man

Clacker wrote:
It'll all end in tears, there's bound to be some terrible retractable-seat-disaster at some point.


Do you think they might collapse under all the general knees up Mother Browning, bubble blowing and excess chirpiness?
Plastic Man

All those Pearly Kings and Queens so close to the pitch must surely rate as a major health and safety hazard.

Imagine if one of those pearl buttons pinged off and caught a player in the eye... say 'R Wayne for the sake of argument, and he goes down like a sack of spuds in the penalty area and a penalty isn't given.

Imagine the chaos that would cause when Surralex tried to climb in to the seats to apprehend the likely source of the button.

It doesn't bear thinking about.

It would probably look good on MOTD though.

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