North and south upper (as in upper upper) are £875 (assuming there are some left)
Directly below that they're £950
The old stadium froze prices for years, that's one reason not to base pricing on that, not to mention the totally different stadium with differing facilities and experiences.
I love the comments, especially the guy that says that somehow there are too many players on the field, which is also too big.
Surely it can't be both? If there's too many players the "field" needs to be bigger? Or, if the "field" is too big, it needs more players to fill it?
It makes a mockery of the waiting list IMO.
There should maybe be 3 levels of membership -
Waiting for a season ticket.
Membership with ticket priority and increased loyalty points
Membership with less benefit
Otherwise, shouting about having 50k+ people waiting for a season ticket is wrong...
I had noticed them at the lane prior to last season. No doubt that they're fans of Son. I think they add a little something different to match days though, they're so different to the usual football crowd, especially the older generation.
If Son has a long and successful career at Spurs I see...
Regarding the article - I doubt the Guardian have any real idea of how it works. Like every other "news" outlet, they just google a few things, don't fact check any of it, then write an article about it.
Yes, let's teach feral kids how to kill people with their bare hands AND use lethal weapons, that'll sort them out.
It's even more backwards when you consider Son doesn't live in SK, earn money from a SK employer, pay tax in SK or, other than play for the National Team, have anything much to...
The only reason players cost £50m and up is because us mugs paya shit tonne of money to Sky, BT and the ensuing streaming services.
It's us that pay these enormous fees. The club's don't get the money from the TV firms, they get it from us.
The sickening thing is, my £100pm sky bill is probably...