Tottenham could play home games at Ipswich or Brighton

Chris Flynn

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the amex would be great, easy from London and the stadium increases capacity every summer. Id actually be up for spurs and Albion having a link up. Albion play good football, close by, good place for out youngsters to possibly get some game time
 

EastLondonYid

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I have a feeling that it's nonsense, at worse it's a plant to lean on the FA to moving on the price for Wembley

What similar to the plan Levy uses when buying players?.... ....thats it then, we will probably end up with Plan D, the cheaper option at Brentford.
 
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Bobbins

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What similar to the plan Levy uses when buying players?.... ....thats it then, we will probably end up with Plan D, the cheaper option at Brentford.
D&R, surely? We love our pre-season 'Spurs 11' games against them. They can fit 6k in at Victoria Road, which is about how many people will probably want to watch us next season.
 

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the amex would be great, easy from London and the stadium increases capacity every summer. Id actually be up for spurs and Albion having a link up. Albion play good football, close by, good place for out youngsters to possibly get some game time
How do you mean it increases every summer?

Other part to the link up, we played them in a friendly to open that stadium! Maybe it's destiny!
 
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