Spurs in India

Discussion in 'Spurs Abroad' started by indianspurs, Nov 7, 2013.

  1. indianspurs

    indianspurs Desi Khiladi

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    Realised there isn't a thread for Indian Spurs fans so decided to make one
     
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  2. KILLA_SIN

    KILLA_SIN Well-Known Member

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    There may be a small minority of idiots that have got on that Chelase bandwagon in the last few years but they didn't support them in the past. There has always been a lot of Apne that supported Spurs. But most probably supported Liverpool.
     
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    KILLA_SIN Well-Known Member

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    Nice to meet you mate, which part of India is your fam from were Doabe Panjabis. There is a few other Indian spurs fans on this site
     
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    hodsgod Well-Known Member

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    I lived and worked there for five years. I miss the food really badly. You guys should come over and set up a nice punjabi Dhaba.
     
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    hodsgod Well-Known Member

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    I lived in Bangalore, worked in Hosur, Tamil Nadu. I regularly visited Delhi, Noida, Baroda, Hoshiarpur, Chandigargh, Jallander, Pune, Bombay, Madras, and Jamshedpur.
     
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    hodsgod Well-Known Member

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    Isn't Jamshedpur in the north east? No I left a few years back. I wouldn't mind going back, I can not tell you how much I miss the food. I always used to visit Nirulas in. Delhi, do you know it?
     
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    hodsgod Well-Known Member

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    An Englishman working in a multi national.
     
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    hodsgod Well-Known Member

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    It's difficult to get good Indian food in some areas ok UK, it's all westernised, and not enough spice. However if you go to an area that has been settled by Indians you can find decent food.

    I make my own these days.
     
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    Can I just thank you people for your food. Thanks.
     
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    Wellspurs Well-Known Member

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    Perhaps Levy can sign Sachin up as an ambassador now he's got nothing to do?
     
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    hodsgod Well-Known Member

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    Have you heard him speak? Like a cross between Joe. Pasquale and Frank Spencer.
     
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    I can buy spices no problem, I do cook my own. It's recipes I even had some cooking lessons in India. It's just not the same. The only thing I can really cook well is Tandoori chicken.
     
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    Am going to be in Mumbai on the Monday of the game at Chelsea - that's Mon May 2 - kickoff time half past midnight local time

    I am staying at a hotel near the airport. How can I see the game? Is there pub or club that will show it?
     
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    There probably be a screening that day.Pm me your number I will ask to add you to a whatsapp mumbaispurs group.
     
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    Hey guys,

    Wondering if someone could help me. I will be in India for the final game of the season against Newcastle to be more precise I will be in Punjab and have access to cable tv etc... Could you possibly tell me what channel will be showing the game as I will have to order that channel in advance!

    Thanks guys,

    Nav
     
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    Star Sports HD 4
    http://www.livesoccertv.com/match/1614233/newcastle-united-vs-tottenham-hotspur/
     
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    Hi, I'll be in Hyderabad for the game next weekend...I suppose it's too much to hope that there's a fanatical local fanclub who could tell me where the game might be shown...
     
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    I have a team in Hyderabad but I haven't been their since the start of the year - I will ask them if they know
     
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    Hi Folks,
    Just some advice pls - i'm travelling to India (Mumbai, Rajkot) in Dec, and as well as catching up with Spurs games with the India Spurs Supporters, I was hoping to catch some local sports events.
    I see that there are a couple of T20 games around the time I will be in India - 14-30Dec, but I wondered if there is also any local football that I could take my 10 year old son to see. I-league, ISL, National teams etc.

    Also, I am confident of catching up with Spurs Supporters in Mumbai, but I wondered whether there are any supports clubs in Gujarat area, ideally close to Rajkot.

    Any help would be most appreciated, and I look forward to catching up with some of the India Spurs supporters in the coming months.

    Many Thanks
     
  20. TheChosenOne

    TheChosenOne The only way is up

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    Have a look on Facebook, there are a lot of India Spurs pages on there, very good ones that arrange match meetings etc.
     

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