Future stadia in pictures, including Tottenham

DIEHARD

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Hehe, well, I used to live there!

Had a nice flat there for a couple of months before moving under it's shadow into St. Ervans Road. Really nice location, bang next to Portobello Road and when carnival came to town I had the best view in town.

Moved away though to Bayswater after having a bit of a run in with some local knife wielding hoodlums one night. All good fun.

I'll give myself a spam rating later.
I used to live there too

I bet everyone fucking lived there at one point or another
 

bat-chain

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That Anfield development is very ugly indeed.

Maybe it will look better when other stands are upgraded but I'm actually quite shocked how ropey the whole thing looks. Big but not very beautiful.
 

FrankSpencer

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That Anfield development is very ugly indeed.

Maybe it will look better when other stands are upgraded but I'm actually quite shocked how ropey the whole thing looks. Big but not very beautiful.
I agree. It looks like an iconic stadium towing an oversized horse box.
 

mickdale

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Look at this from Karren Brady!

She's such a pleb! The grammar and spelling is pretty poor, for official comms especially (can no-one proof read?!) And it's basically making excuses for it looking shit and banging on about how awesome it is for them; clearly hiding some concern that it isn't going to be received well.

Hilarious drivel.

http://www.whufc.com/News/Articles/2016/August/4-August/A-message-from-the-Vice-Chairman
"I’ve said it before and I shall say it again. This is a game changer for our football club. An exciting new dawn.
The stage is set. It’s time to let the football do the talking.
Enjoy it!
Karren Brady"

:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
 

Dougal

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"I’ve said it before and I shall say it again. This is a game changer for our football club. An exciting new dawn.
The stage is set. It’s time to let the football do the talking.
Enjoy it!
Karren Brady"

:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
But the best line?

'It is the home you deserve.'
 

LondonOllie

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"I’ve said it before and I shall say it again. This is a game changer for our football club. An exciting new dawn.
The stage is set. It’s time to let the football do the talking.
Enjoy it!
Karren Brady"

:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:

Don't want to get too far off topic but I checked out that link and also read this on the West Ham official website:


"Having reviewed the feedback submitted by yesterday's deadline from supporters, the Club have taken the decision to postpone the proposed Feedback Forum scheduled for Monday 26 September. It will now be held during the upcoming international break on Wednesday 5 October 2016 at 6pm.‎ This decision has been taken in response to a significant number of supporters wanting to attend expressing their desire for a more formal group set up to discuss issues with more members of the Board in attendance."
http://www.whufc.com/News/Articles/2016/September/23-September/Feedback-Forum-update


I'm presuming that the riot gear and shields didn't arrive in time for the board to be kitted out appropriately.