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    Quote Originally Posted by Powis View Post
    Twitter people are saying tonight he was as awful as in Juve's match .
    Stop stalking Michael Oliver the objective group of this forum is unhappy

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    Quote Originally Posted by juve123 View Post
    Stop stalking Michael Oliver the objective group of this forum is unhappy
    You watched West Ham against Stoke because of Oliver

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cerval View Post
    You watched West Ham against Stoke because of Oliver
    Atleast I am better than those who are demanding an apology from Buffon for insulting Michael Oliver

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    Cringe just reached a whole new level with that video.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DAiDEViL View Post
    If you think Juventus social media department can beat that, clap your hands.
    cant rep must spread

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    Our new Football / NFL stadium coming along. Outside almost done. Just need a roof, seats (heated), pitch (x2), brewery, bar (86m long), cheese room (that's right!?) and fixtures and fittings etc now.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Dantes View Post
    Our new Football / NFL stadium coming along. Outside almost done. Just need a roof, seats (heated), pitch (x2), brewery, bar (86m long), cheese room (that's right!?) and fixtures and fittings etc now.



    So it literally going to host wine and cheese crowds?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dantes View Post
    Our new Football / NFL stadium coming along. Outside almost done. Just need a roof, seats (heated), pitch (x2), brewery, bar (86m long), cheese room (that's right!?) and fixtures and fittings etc now.



    looks nice, but also kinda ugly. how much is will be the total cost?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hængebøffer View Post

    amazing what CGI can achieve these days
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    What did he mean by NFL? He is a britbong, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lgorTudor View Post
    What did he mean by NFL? He is a britbong, right?
    http://www.raiders.com/news/article-...4-1c40d7ed357b

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    they make a handegg sized pitch for like 3 games?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lgorTudor View Post
    they make a handegg sized pitch for like 3 games?
    Length is not that different. American Football field is narrower by 20 yards or so, so they don't need to do much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lgorTudor View Post
    they make a handegg sized pitch for like 3 games?
    There's a 10 year agreement with NFL to play a minimum of 2 games a year at the stadium, with a view to the possibility of having London based NFL team play all of their games there in future.

    The grass pitch sits over the artificial turf, and when there's a non-football event on then the pitch slides away underneath the stand. It's all mechanised and quite impressive. Tech that Wimbledon (Grass Court Tennis) uses on a smaller scale.

    This is all just aimed at making the most use of the stadium and which would ordinarily only be used one/twice a week at most. They're just commercial revenue generators, and it's a shot at tapping into American market, which Spurs have been pushing heavily over the last few years.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ronn View Post
    Length is not that different. American Football field is narrower by 20 yards or so, so they don't need to do much.
    The hand-egg pitch needs to be lower down, due to all the (6ft plus) subs standing on the sidelines, again hence the mechanised retractable pitch. At Wembley they just fenced off the first few rows.

    Quote Originally Posted by pitbull View Post
    looks nice, but also kinda ugly. how much is will be the total cost?
    Impossible to say, but estimates are around £750m to £1bn. Club borrowed £400m to be paid off in five years (thank you PL TV revenue!)
    Last edited by Dantes; 19.04.2018 at 23:27.

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    Hand-egg

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALC View Post
    Hand-egg
    That's how we call that sport in civilized world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dantes View Post
    There's a 10 year agreement with NFL to play a minimum of 2 games a year at the stadium, with a view to the possibility of having London based NFL team play all of their games there in future.

    The grass pitch sits over the artificial turf, and when there's a non-football event on then the pitch slides away underneath the stand. It's all mechanised and quite impressive. Tech that Wimbledon (Grass Court Tennis) uses on a smaller scale.

    This is all just aimed at making the most use of the stadium and which would ordinarily only be used one/twice a week at most. They're just commercial revenue generators, and it's a shot at tapping into American market, which Spurs have been pushing heavily over the last few years.



    The hand-egg pitch needs to be lower down, due to all the (6ft plus) subs standing on the sidelines, again hence the mechanised retractable pitch. At Wembley they just fenced off the first few rows.



    Impossible to say, but estimates are around £750m to £1bn.
    How do Spurs have that much money to spend on a stadium?

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    Quote Originally Posted by piotrr View Post
    That's how we call that sport in civilized world.
    I like it, it cracks me up

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    Quote Originally Posted by piotrr View Post
    That's how we call that sport in civilized world.


    Overrated $#@! sport imo, never understod that hype around it. And that they dare to call it “football” when they use their $#@!ing hands 99% of the time

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