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Eggbert Nobacon 11:09 Mon Feb 18
Seats behind the goals changing, being squared off
https://www.whufc.com/news/articles/2019/february/18-february/london-stadium-seating-plans-presented-fans

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Gavros 2:41 Thu Feb 21
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CHEESE ROOM

penners28 2:19 Thu Feb 21
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PANCAKES

Gavros 1:57 Thu Feb 21
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Yes its driven by the LLDC who have to pay for seat moves and have seemingly found a cheaper way to do it which somehow allows for squared off tier. Because they dont need to move the side tiers, that why that aint happening.

J.Riddle 9:32 Wed Feb 20
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Read somewhere that this has been spun as giving what the fans want, but the new configuration will be much lighter which I assume will save £millions every season to move, opposed to the heavy current affair that costs £12m to move last season.

Got to love the 2bob shysters

Gavros 8:19 Wed Feb 20
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Minutes to fan meeting show that theyre getting their act together on a statur for the ground. Likely to be of 60s club cup win.

Jaan Kenbrovin 8:08 Wed Feb 20
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‘Oh yeah pity them in their built for association football stadium... poor poor sods’

*NFL stadium

Gavros 7:10 Wed Feb 20
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No cheese room either.

Northern Sold 6:40 Wed Feb 20
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`Pity the poor fuckers going to the New White Hart Lane Glass House, the cunthole has barely got a roof.`



Oh yeah pity them in their built for association football stadium... poor poor sods

boltkunt 6:28 Wed Feb 20
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Hi Goosey xx

goose 6:22 Wed Feb 20
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Well fancy that.

Gavros 6:20 Wed Feb 20
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No. Apparently when you pay for something you get to say how you want it to be.

goose 6:18 Wed Feb 20
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I wonder if Everton are having these problems with their new ground?

Gavros 6:17 Wed Feb 20
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DEMOUNTABLE

Jim79 5:39 Wed Feb 20
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RAKE?

I think you'll find that's OS Bingo, what do I win!!!

SUM A DING WONG 4:04 Wed Feb 20
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Upton Park was great because of the atmosphere us, the supporters used to create and the close proximity of the stands to the pitch.

However, it was viewed as "looking shit and small" by Arsenal and Tottenham supporters I knew, growing up.

I do think a lot of people view the old ground through rose tinted glasses, when it come to the aesthetics of Upton Park.

Any Old Iron 2:59 Wed Feb 20
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Well if you 'ended up hating the Boleyn ground' then I'm not surprised you love the toilet bowl.
I think you've got to be a bit weird to have hated the old place, a ground that was widely acknowledged to have one of the best atmospheres in England, along with a great spectator perspective.
Even Sepp Blatter got it right - for once - when he named the Boleyn as one of his favourite grounds.

Gavros 2:46 Wed Feb 20
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Only 4 metres in the middle?

That must mean theyll pull seats back at the ends a bit if they want to square it.

11MDE 2:10 Wed Feb 20
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Note for all about getting wet:

If you sit at the front of most football grounds, depending on the rain and wind direction.....you'll get wet. Plus the chances of it raining at a game are usually quite unlikey. You may also get wet on the way to the ground, should the club be responsible for that as well?

Pity the poor fuckers going to the New White Hart Lane Glass House, the cunthole has barely got a roof.

eswing hammer 12:52 Wed Feb 20
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Got my letter this morning ,nothing on there about getting wet ,only about being moved four meters forward if they go ahead ,l hope they do l came down fron 232 to 148 its much better ,so four meters forward ,apart from getting wet can only be better !

Northern Sold 11:45 Wed Feb 20
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Oh Gavvy is RIGHT back in his element.... shall we start up Gavvy Bingo again???

harold 11:44 Wed Feb 20
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Correction. The lower west maybe shallower.

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