Spurs Summer Tour 2017

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PSG (Orlando)
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Spurs will be playing in the US this summer, in Orlando, Harrison (Essentially NYC), and Nashville.

I work at Red Bull Arena (Harrison) and would be happy to help anyone out who would like to set up a group of 15 or more to the match. Shoot me an email at ben.norowski@newyorkredbulls.com for more information!
 

Gaz_Gammon

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Brutally hot in Orlando and Tennessee at that time of the year. Definitely off to Red Bull arena!

COYS!
 

kd2000

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Grumpy old man alert............
Clubs keep complaining that their players play lots of games yet instead of giving them a nice end of season rest they fly and play a meaningless tournament.
Them extra few days could have been an early end of season break for the lads. There are many complaints that players never get a chance for an extended break due to international fixtures yet when theres a chance for a break clubs instead plan friendlies.
It boils my piss
Its also the reason i think a mid season break would never work as clubs would be in dubai playing in mini tournaments
 

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Grumpy old man alert............
Clubs keep complaining that their players play lots of games yet instead of giving them a nice end of season rest they fly and play a meaningless tournament.
Them extra few days could have been an early end of season break for the lads. There are many complaints that players never get a chance for an extended break due to international fixtures yet when theres a chance for a break clubs instead plan friendlies.
It boils my piss
Its also the reason i think a mid season break would never work as clubs would be in dubai playing in mini tournaments
the games are in july(pre-season).
 

yankspurs

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Brutally hot in Orlando and Tennessee at that time of the year. Definitely off to Red Bull arena!

COYS!
Eh. Nashvile on a weekend > Harrison, NJ on a Tuesday night. Im from NY and im skipping RBA but ill be trying to get some buddies to go with me to the game in Nashville
 

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I arrive to Florida with the wife and kids on the 21st July for disney world, how can I try and swing this to enable me to go to the game in Orlando on the 22nd??? That's my question.,
 

Gaz_Gammon

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Eh. Nashvile on a weekend > Harrison, NJ on a Tuesday night. Im from NY and im skipping RBA but ill be trying to get some buddies to go with me to the game in Nashville

A true fan finds no excuses.

No doubt your'l be at one of the Yankees 82 home games or a Garth Brooks concert instead.

:(
 
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I live in TN and will finally be able to see the team play in person for the first time. I really hope I get to see some of the 1st team regulars play but I'm not counting on it. Our recent history vs City has been pretty good so I am expecting a good result! I am pretty excited and so is my family!
 

TonyGalvinsShinpads

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I arrive to Florida with the wife and kids on the 21st July for disney world, how can I try and swing this to enable me to go to the game in Orlando on the 22nd??? That's my question.,
Could you slip something in their food the night before? America has some crazy-strong over the counter medications that could knock them out for the entire day on the 22nd ;)
 
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Rather we skipped the tour this year and played as many friendlies as we can at Wembley if that is to be our home for one year.

The lads need as much time to get used to the bigger pitch and new surroundings as possible.
 

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Rather we skipped the tour this year and played as many friendlies as we can at Wembley if that is to be our home for one year.

The lads need as much time to get used to the bigger pitch and new surroundings as possible.
I agree. Unfortunately we wont. Ive a feeling quite a lot of people don't get how difficult next season will be for us playing our homes games at Wembley and some early friendlies there in the summer against opposition we should beat well should be on the cards.
 

npearl4spurs

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Rather we skipped the tour this year and played as many friendlies as we can at Wembley if that is to be our home for one year.

The lads need as much time to get used to the bigger pitch and new surroundings as possible.
yeah? get over it you can share the cocks with us too ya know
 

npearl4spurs

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8 hour drive to Nashville...but the missus would never go for it, especially with the little one and expecting #2 in Sept. :cry:
 

coyspurs18

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@SpursOfficial
USA, we're coming back!
PSG (Orlando)
Roma (Harrison)
Man City (Nashville) TICKETS: http://spurs.to/ICCTickets #SpursInUSA



Spurs will be playing in the US this summer, in Orlando, Harrison (Essentially NYC), and Nashville.

I work at Red Bull Arena (Harrison) and would be happy to help anyone out who would like to set up a group of 15 or more to the match. Shoot me an email at ben.norowski@newyorkredbulls.com for more information!
Have you heard if they are doing any events leading up to the match?
 
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Eh. Nashvile on a weekend > Harrison, NJ on a Tuesday night. Im from NY and im skipping RBA but ill be trying to get some buddies to go with me to the game in Nashville
It's 30 minutes from midtown manhattan but you'd rather fly to nashville. Makes sense.
 

yankspurs

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It's 30 minutes from midtown manhattan but you'd rather fly to nashville. Makes sense.
I work a bit late on Tuesdays, RBA isnt all that great and a weekend in Nashville is tough to turn down. Also, I'd rather not go alone and its a better possibility of going to the Spurs/City game since im good buddies with a few CIty fans. Dont know any Spurs fans.