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Discussion in 'The New Stadium' started by stevenqoz, Jan 16, 2011.
that is funny
For the visual learners
Are there any kind of official petitions against the move ?
I'm a season ticket holder in Paxton and was also in the ground yesterday. The only support i could hear for WE ARE N17 was from a small section of the crowd in the Shelf and Park Lane when the person got on the window.
I didn't see any banners but I'll take your word for it that there were a few banners in a stadium of 36,000.
A small section of about 2,000 people, singing at the tops of their voices in the first half, at half time and during the second half :shrug:
I really hope that the decision makers stay resolute and insist on the stadium becoming a legacy of the Olympics.
However, I fear that money will talk, my beloved club will become an MK Dons Mk II and I will end up being a supporter of AFC Tottenham or whatever arises from the gaping hole that will be left in N17.
Well yeah, a small section.
There were 36,000 people in the stadium. 34,000 chose not to support the singing. Only 5.5% of the crowd sang. 94.5% of the crown didn't. I'd call that a small section.
Given that the West Stand and Paxton don't chant at all, it's hardly surprising that it was only the Shelf and the Park Lane that chanted against Stratford :razz:
And it's not like I did a headcount to get to the 2,000 fans - could have been more, could have been less, just that it was hardly the trifling amount your post suggested.
Levy will quickly realise that his victory has been a pyrhic one .
They need the stadium almost full for all matches and all the corporate seats presold to make it viable .
I would have thought that would be much more likely to happen in Tottenham than Stratford .
we wont get it, our plan is to implode the stadium once the olympics are over and rebuild it in our image :lol:
junior scum will just keep it as is, think they'll go with that option of having cheap student tennets rather than the rich guy who wants to demolish everything because he doesn't like the walls
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