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    Stadium Expansion Plan Meeting

    It would add a few yeah but it won’t be enough I think you need to be looking at something similar to Nottingham at a minimum as I’m sure their capacity is around 10,000 and they don’t seem to struggle getting the acts there
  2. It is an absolute farce as I’m sure west ham even get to keep the catering profits as well also I’m actually surprised clubs haven’t had sponsorship deals for the pitch surround already look forward to seeing king power on ours
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    EFL Cup draw, second round, 16 Aug

    We all know what the prices will be whether we agree or not £10 sth and £15 general public with the west stand only being open
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    Söyüncü Signs

    Yep seems like it And there’s still 2 weeks left to get rid of more
  5. I don’t know but this is the statement all those who have purchased season tickets at the new stadium will be credited 1/19th of the price you have paid for your 2018/19 season ticket for each fixture concerned. Full refund amounts for both Liverpool and Cardiff City will be placed into your eticket account automatically in the coming days. To improve on the process used for the Fulham fixture, these funds can either be drawn out from your eticket account by way of a monthly BACS payment or the funds can be held in credit in your account to be used as part payment for next season's Season Ticket.
  6. Most prices went up between 25% to 50% but I bet your mate will probably be hoping That they play all thier games at Wembley as spurs have announced they will refunding 1/19th for all 3 games that should have been played at the new stadium so far
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    Spurs new stadium has spursy - Delayed

    They would be breaking Just the one rule (L.15) “failure to play a league match” Except in the case of a League Match which, without either of the participating Clubs being at fault, is postponed or abandoned under the provisions of Rule L.12, any Club which causes the postponement or abandonment of a League Match on the date fixed under Rule L.1 or to which it is rearranged under Rules L.1.2, L.6 or L.7 will be in breach of these Rules. Rule L.12 mentioned is if the referee or the police call the game off on safety grounds No punishments are mentioned The easy option would be that Spurs need to get Man City and Sky to agree to move the game to a different day and then the premier league will rubber stamp it the issue arising is that Sky have picked the game to be shown live Sky are only permitted to show games in the packaged slots they have brought so sky could refuse to reschedule should sky refuse to reschedule they need to then get the premier leagues permission to use another different stadium
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    Spurs new stadium has spursy - Delayed

    This is the premier league rule regarding “home” stadiums Each Club shall register its Stadium with the Board and must play all matches in the competitions listed in Rule L.9 for which it is the Home Club at the Stadium. No Club shall remove to another Stadium (either on a permanent or temporary basis) without first obtaining the written consent of the Board, in accordance with Rule K.6, below. K.6. In considering whether to give any such consent, the Board shall have regard to all the circumstances of the case (including, but not limited to, the factors set out in this Rule K.6) and shall not consent unless reasonably satisfied that such consent: K.6.1. would be consistent with the objects of the League as set out in the Memorandum; K.6.2. would be appropriate having in mind the relationship (if any) between the locality with which by its name or otherwise the applicant Club is traditionally associated and that in which such Club proposes to establish its Stadium; K.6.3. would not to any material extent adversely affect such Club’s Officials, Players, supporters, shareholders, sponsors and others having an interest in its activities; K.6.4. would not have a material adverse effect on Visiting Clubs; K.6.5. would not to any material extent adversely affect Clubs (or Football League clubs) having their registered grounds in the immediate vicinity of the proposed location; and K.6.6. would enhance the reputation of the League and promote the game of association football generally.
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    Spurs new stadium has spursy - Delayed

    The farce apparently continues... Spurs have made a payment to the FA for usage of Wembley till the end of the year Spurs have asked to reverse their fixture against Man City but thats been vetoed by the premier league to “protect the integrity of the league” The premier league has stated they should work with Man City and Sky to arrange a new date But if that’s that viable then they are apparently open to Spurs suggestion of playing the game at Twickenham
  10. I knew spurs fans were delusional but this takes the biscuit
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    Spurs new stadium has spursy - Delayed

    Well the stadium should Apparently be ready by then if not they will probably make it a mid week game. I can’t see there being a chance the game will be played abroad but then this is spurs and the league seems to make up the rules to suit them
  12. Found this quite an interesting read, there’s more at the link about the football league https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/44850888 Premier League: 10 of 20 clubs could have made profits in 2016-17 without fans at games Half of Premier League clubs could have played in empty stadiums and still made a pre-tax profit in the first season of the current broadcast deal, BBC research has found. In the 2016-17 campaign in which clubs benefited from a record £8.3bn in global TV revenue, matchday income contributed less than 20p in every £1 earned by 18 top-flight outfits. The number of clubs that would have recorded pre-tax profits even if matchday income was taken away rose from two in 2015-16 to 10 in 2016-17. Dr Rob Wilson, a sport finance specialist at Sheffield Hallam University, said the previous £3.018bn broadcast deal struck in 2012 signalled a permanent change to top-flight football as a business in England. "That is when the focus really went toward generating TV money rather than matchday ticket receipts," he told BBC Sport. "The revenue structures of those clubs are fairly well there to stay now. "When you get a £120m payout from the Premier League for kicking a ball around, you can play in an empty stadium if you need to. "From a revenue generation perspective clubs do not rely anymore on matchday ticket income." The list of Premier League clubs who could have made a pre-tax profit without matchday income in 2016-17 and the sum of those profits
  13. Yep definitely just pass him the gaffer tape
  14. http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/45177215 Tottenham delay move to new stadium over 'safety issues' Tottenham have delayed the opening of their new stadium because of "issues with the critical safety systems". Spurs had been expected to play their first game at the new ground on 15 September against Liverpool but that match has now been switched to Wembley. Tottenham's following home game against Cardiff on 6 October has also been moved to Wembley. A venue for their Premier League game against Manchester City on 28 October is currently 'to be confirmed'. An NFL fixture between Seattle Seahawks and Oakland Raiders, scheduled to be hosted on 14 October, will also now take place at Wembley instead of Spurs' new 62,062-seat arena, built on the site of their old White Hart Lane ground. Spurs had already agreed with the Premier League to play their first home game of the season, which is against Fulham on Saturday, at Wembley. A club statement read: "Recent testing and commissioning has now shown issues with the critical safety systems. "We are reviewing the situation and planned timetable to rectify and re-test, after which we shall be in a better position to outline a revised timetable. "The delays created by these difficulties mean that we can no longer hold the necessary test events on 27 August and 1 September. These will need to be rescheduled to take place ahead of any first official match at the new stadium in order to achieve the safety licence." Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy said: "We know this will be disappointing for all our season tickets holders, premium members and our fans worldwide. "At the start of the project we asked for your support during what we knew would be a complex and challenging build and now we ask for your continued patience and forbearance."
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    Kodi. Set ups,boxes and add ons.

    Yeah I paid my last invoice 5 weeks early and only got it added to my account 2 days before it expired
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