Where should we play our home games next season ?

Discussion in 'The New Stadium' started by dannythomas, Apr 22, 2017.

Where should we play our home matches next season ?

  1. Wembley

    74 vote(s)
    56.1%
  2. Milton Keynes

    28 vote(s)
    21.2%
  3. Stay at WHL another year while we look for a better option than Wembley

    24 vote(s)
    18.2%
  4. Another London team's stadium

    6 vote(s)
    4.5%
  1. adamsky

    adamsky Active Member

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    It almost feels 'spursy' that we finally have a top team with genuine title hopes, with the best home record in the league and we have to move stadiums now.

    On the plus side, had this happened at any other point in last 20 years we would have likely been relegated.
     
  2. St José Dominguez

    St José Dominguez Well-Known Member

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    Getting massively ahead of myself but just realised if Chelsea did the double and we came second we'd play them in the charity shield.
    Not saying it's a trophy or anything but looking at next season playing at Wembley it would be quite a positive way to start things at our temporary home winning that game.
     
  3. cliff jones

    cliff jones Well-Known Member

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    One thing I was wondering was about the speed of the pitch, whether we can blast the sprinklers pre game next season so our passing is slicker like at the Lane.

    Apart from this factor, I hate all this blaming Wembley and doom and gloom for next season. In truth, we've only put in one poor performance there this season.

    Monaco were excellent but we should have drawn the game. We didn't defend well against the Belgians of course but should have prevailed in spite of Deles immaturity. We all know Saturday was very close, and defeat self inflicted. Comfottable win over the Russians. Just leaves Leverkusen really where we didn't turn up.

    I don't think it'll take much to turn things around.

    And there really are no viable alternatives, and so many more of us will be able to get in.
     
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  4. kriss

    kriss New Member

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    The two situatons should go hand in hand, we have got a amazing young team,and our white hart lane is a fortress, Treasure the moment, with this amazing team, and stay at the lane for one more year, best chance to win a trophy, If we don't pull league off in a couple of weeks. If we go to wembley next season, expect mid-table postion, We are playing on nuetral ground,and year later got to get use to new stadum, if we just had average team I would say go to wembley, but give our amazing team best opportunity by staying at lane. For one more year, in any case if we go now 2 years off new stadiums, mid-table proberly, players unrest. We Ave the tools to do something next season at lane Kriss,
     
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  5. Lilbaz

    Lilbaz Just call me Baz

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    Why not just scrap the new stadium and stay at whl forever. Banks might be a bit pissed off and we'd probably go bankrupt but we wouldn't have to worry about playing at wembley.
     
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