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Spurs New Stadium

How do you think Spurs move to their new stadium in early April will effect their results and top four chances , a lot of teams struggle at first in a new ground . They potentially have five home games left at their new ground

posted 4 weeks, 2 days ago

comment by AFCISMYTEAM (U14931)
posted 51 seconds ago
They'll be about the same position where they are now once they get into their new stadium.....hopefully without CL football
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Yeah agree. Hoping they wobble at bit at first tho and open the door to our brave Islington lads

posted 4 weeks, 2 days ago

comment by Dan Arsenal (U21084)
posted 10 minutes ago
comment by wearethefamousTHFC (U19211)
posted 9 minutes ago
problem with the Emirates they didnt involve the fans like spurs have in the design and what they wanted . spurs changed the design because of fans asking for one tier behind the goal so create an amazing atmosphere
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I've grown fond of the Emirates and it does look great at night but generally agree that the atmosphere for smaller games isn't what it should be. Having said that the game v Spurs when we won 4-2 was the best I've experienced for a long long time.

Think a stadium can help generate an atmosphere when fans start to feel at home there. Might take a while for Spurs fans to feel the same connection to the new stadium as they do WHL.
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dont think so as its in the same place so surroundings the same

posted 4 weeks, 2 days ago

comment by wearethefamousTHFC (U19211)
posted 27 minutes ago
comment by Dan Arsenal (U21084)
posted 10 minutes ago
comment by wearethefamousTHFC (U19211)
posted 9 minutes ago
problem with the Emirates they didnt involve the fans like spurs have in the design and what they wanted . spurs changed the design because of fans asking for one tier behind the goal so create an amazing atmosphere
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I've grown fond of the Emirates and it does look great at night but generally agree that the atmosphere for smaller games isn't what it should be. Having said that the game v Spurs when we won 4-2 was the best I've experienced for a long long time.

Think a stadium can help generate an atmosphere when fans start to feel at home there. Might take a while for Spurs fans to feel the same connection to the new stadium as they do WHL.
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dont think so as its in the same place so surroundings the same
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Well the Emirates is only 5 mins away so we all still use the same stations, pubs etc. However, like ours, yours is still a different stadium and will feel different to the fans and players. I think you've been fortunate as the prem games you've got there are all winnable wherever you are playing. Still think it will take Spurs a while to really settle in. you'll need to work harder to get results early on I reckon if Arsenal's experiences are anything to go by.

posted 4 weeks, 2 days ago

It's a fantastic facility, no doubt about that. But a stadium guarantees nothing. A whole lot of other factors must fall in place for a club to succeed where it matters most - on the field of play.

comment by MKspur (U9129)

posted 4 weeks, 2 days ago

comment by Dan Arsenal (U21084)
posted 27 minutes ago
comment by wearethefamousTHFC (U19211)
posted 27 minutes ago
comment by Dan Arsenal (U21084)
posted 10 minutes ago
comment by wearethefamousTHFC (U19211)
posted 9 minutes ago
problem with the Emirates they didnt involve the fans like spurs have in the design and what they wanted . spurs changed the design because of fans asking for one tier behind the goal so create an amazing atmosphere
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I've grown fond of the Emirates and it does look great at night but generally agree that the atmosphere for smaller games isn't what it should be. Having said that the game v Spurs when we won 4-2 was the best I've experienced for a long long time.

Think a stadium can help generate an atmosphere when fans start to feel at home there. Might take a while for Spurs fans to feel the same connection to the new stadium as they do WHL.
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dont think so as its in the same place so surroundings the same
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Well the Emirates is only 5 mins away so we all still use the same stations, pubs etc. However, like ours, yours is still a different stadium and will feel different to the fans and players. I think you've been fortunate as the prem games you've got there are all winnable wherever you are playing. Still think it will take Spurs a while to really settle in. you'll need to work harder to get results early on I reckon if Arsenal's experiences are anything to go by.
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We heard that about Wembley yet had the 3rd best home record of wins last season plus beating Dortmund, Madrid etc in the cups.

posted 4 weeks, 2 days ago

comment by MKspur (U9129)
posted 5 minutes ago
comment by Dan Arsenal (U21084)
posted 27 minutes ago
comment by wearethefamousTHFC (U19211)
posted 27 minutes ago
comment by Dan Arsenal (U21084)
posted 10 minutes ago
comment by wearethefamousTHFC (U19211)
posted 9 minutes ago
problem with the Emirates they didnt involve the fans like spurs have in the design and what they wanted . spurs changed the design because of fans asking for one tier behind the goal so create an amazing atmosphere
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I've grown fond of the Emirates and it does look great at night but generally agree that the atmosphere for smaller games isn't what it should be. Having said that the game v Spurs when we won 4-2 was the best I've experienced for a long long time.

Think a stadium can help generate an atmosphere when fans start to feel at home there. Might take a while for Spurs fans to feel the same connection to the new stadium as they do WHL.
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dont think so as its in the same place so surroundings the same
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Well the Emirates is only 5 mins away so we all still use the same stations, pubs etc. However, like ours, yours is still a different stadium and will feel different to the fans and players. I think you've been fortunate as the prem games you've got there are all winnable wherever you are playing. Still think it will take Spurs a while to really settle in. you'll need to work harder to get results early on I reckon if Arsenal's experiences are anything to go by.
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We heard that about Wembley yet had the 3rd best home record of wins last season plus beating Dortmund, Madrid etc in the cups.
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Well fingers crossed you'll really struggle

posted 4 weeks, 2 days ago

comment by AFCISMYTEAM (U14931)
posted 3 hours, 43 minutes ago
They'll be about the same position where they are now once they get into their new stadium.....hopefully without CL football
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So NOT the same position then

posted 4 weeks, 2 days ago

comment by Grand Cannon (U18697)
posted 3 hours, 3 minutes ago
It's a fantastic facility, no doubt about that. But a stadium guarantees nothing. A whole lot of other factors must fall in place for a club to succeed where it matters most - on the field of play.
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well done Einstein

Now we will be able to compete with top clubs instead of being stuck in a 36000 stadium

posted 4 weeks, 2 days ago

The Blue Emirates

posted 4 weeks, 2 days ago

I really fail to comprehend this logic "Arsenal's move to a new stadium didn't go well therefore Spurs will have the same problem" ...... a bit like saying "RVN was a great success coming from the Dutch league so every other striker from that league will be a great success too". Kezman, Janssen etc
The comparison is pure nonsense every club moving stadia is a totally different situation.
West Ham's move was also very different as they went from a tight ground with a great atmosphere to a soulless athletics track.

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