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Northumberland Development Project - Test Events are GO! We open with Palace.

Discussion in 'Spurs News & Views' started by Jordinho, 12 Feb 2013.

  1. Bullet

    Bullet Chris Perry

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    Testing of the alarm system is going well, day 11 of testing is done, so 7 more days of testing, soon they will announce we are having test games in March and moving in in April.

    (That's as much as I could hear when Donna was talking to Daniel at the Dog and Duck in Enfield)
     
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    jts1882 Jermaine Jenas

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    Not necessarily, although extremely unlikely. I'm taking the view we go unbeaten until I die, the PL explodes in a puff of smoke, hell freezes over, or Liverpool fans show some self-awareness.

    And for those of you watching in black and white ...
     
  3. Jordinho

    Jordinho Clive Allen Staff Member

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    We might have to wait for 1100 given the lack of quality.
     
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    billyiddo Paul Stewart Staff Member

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    Annoying, isn't it?
     
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    billyiddo Paul Stewart Staff Member

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    I mean do people have nothing better to do than try and boost a page count on an internet forum?
     
  6. ricky2tricky4city

    ricky2tricky4city Chris Armstrong

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    No....we're just hanging it out for Brexit and the big 'I told you so' post from @SpurMeUp

    Little point cracking on with anything really.
     
  7. nayenezgani

    nayenezgani Teemu Tainio

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    Have you not seen @Jon's regular posting?

    Don't even get me started on @GinolaGinolaGinola, amazed he didn't give up at 500 pages.
     
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    MKSpur Kasey Keller

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    There used to be a new stadium thread over there...
     
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  9. GinolaGinolaGinola

    GinolaGinolaGinola Terry Venables

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    Why don't we all post our favourite picture of the new stadium then? Win/win. We increase the thread pages closer to 1000 which increases the chances of opening the stadium and @tommysvr gets lovely orgasmic photos?
     
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    SpurMeUp Johnny Morrison

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    You sound bored. Pop into the politics thread and get whatever you want to say off your chest. Better than clogging this thread up with fluff.
     
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    Daisuk John Lacy

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    Looks pretty majestic in that landscape!
     
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    Robbo Paul Stalteri

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    Does anyone think they'll actually miss WHL once we're up and running at the new stadium?

    NWHL looks amazing, and if the atmosphere is as good as it's promised to be, I personally think I won't. Which is strange of course because I loved the old lady and was sad to see her go, and I always thought it would never be the same in a new stadium. But as building has progressed, boy has NWHL won me over. I can't wait to go there for the first time.

    I could be wrong of course, maybe NWHL will feel too plastic and corporate and over hyped, but somehow I don't think so. I think - and It's a sad thing to say - that WHL will become a faded memory faster than I thought.
     
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    Robbo Paul Stalteri

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    Stunning!
     
  14. GinolaGinolaGinola

    GinolaGinolaGinola Terry Venables

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    Not sure but I think it's going to feel and look like the old white Hart Lane anyway. As mentioned before we are pretty much on the same pitch. It's just a modernised white Hart Lane. The badger is there. They've named Paxton in part of the ground so I reckon it'll feel very similar to the old ground.
     
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    Daisuk John Lacy

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    Been thinking about that. This period of playing at Wembley has been acclimatising to some extent, I suppose. WHL has been long gone for a while already, so finally getting into the new stadium will be ace no matter what.

    I'm excited about the first visit. I really doubt we'll get that insanely intimate feeling of old whl at the new stadium, but hopefully 60k and that wall will make up for it. :)

    Some more pics I've stumbled across.

     
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    ricky2tricky4city Chris Armstrong

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    I've been in there.

    Bored of reading your sh.it:D

    ;)

    Plus clogging this thread up with fluff is very much welcomed, if the past 10 pages are anything to go by.
     
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    Daisuk John Lacy

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    Robbo Paul Stalteri

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    European nights at NWHL will be bloody brilliant! :D Agreed on the acclimatisation - It's been almost two years already, and even if I've never seen us at Wembley, it feels like the transition is well underway.
     
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    Robbo Paul Stalteri

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    Good points - I mean, walking there from Seven Sisters will still be the same, we'll just spot the stadium sooner. And I love how they've integrated the old stadium and its history in NWHL. I guess that will make it feel like our old home, in a way.
     
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    Jon Young-Pyo Lee

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    Eh?
    I’ve pretty much stayed out of this thread for that exact reason.
     
  21. nayenezgani

    nayenezgani Teemu Tainio

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    I'm just teasing mate.

    But you're definitely not averse to boosting your post count or posting completely unrelated thread content :ross:
     
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