Attendance record offers Spurs good omens

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Tottenham Hotspur fans have cause for optimism after beating the Premier League attendance record on Sunday.

Read the full article at Premier League
 

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Don`t believe in all this omen bollocks-but if there's a good omen for the future it's that we can fill a stadium of that size
 

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Do u think we can get close to 90 k by the end of the season? Spurs vs Arsenal or united.
 
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Do u think we can get close to 90 k by the end of the season? Spurs vs Arsenal or Chelsea.
We have already played the Chavs at home. Unlikely as stadium's are rarely filled to capacity, but may Man Utd or Arsenal as you mentioned....
 

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Unlikely to get up to 90k as there are more security measures in place the bigger the game gets to stop away fans mixing. If you have to have a previous purchase history to buy a ticket for those games how many qualify for that? I think it will be broken again for one of those games, maybe both, but I don’t think the full house figure will happen.
 

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Record attendance, Portsmouth v Cardiff FA Cup Final 2008 - 89,874.

Although Spurs fan Adele got 98,000 ;)
 

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Record attendance, Portsmouth v Cardiff FA Cup Final 2008 - 89,874.

Although Spurs fan Adele got 98,000 ;)
Presumably that's with around 15k on the floor. I think we might struggle to play our free-flowing football with 15k fans on the pitch. :ROFLMAO:
 

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Tottenham Hotspur fans have cause for optimism after beating the Premier League attendance record on Sunday.

Read the full article at Premier League
Coming out of Sunday's game was ridiculous, the entirety of Wembley Way was packed full of people trying to walk the half mile (or whatever it is) to Wembley Park tube and no one able to move

I dread to think what it would be like with 90k! On the other hand, if the crowd sings like they did on Sunday then the atmosphere would be incredible
 
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