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Everton have got this single thread lark pretty much sewn up so come on Yeedo's, let's keep one of our own! One was started recently but feck knows what happened to it however, if the interest is there I'll try and keep this up where possible.

Q - Can we really challenge the top 4?

The Players...

Robinson - Overrated?
Chimbonda - What's the latest?
Zokora - Will this be his season?
Jenus - Is the best yet to come?
Berbatov - Staying or going?
Keane - ...or Defoe?
Malbranque - Happy to keep him?
Defoe - What now?
Taarabt - Opinions?
Dawson - Improving?
Huddlestone - A future star?
Lennon - On the left?
King - Can he remain injury free?
Bale - Ready for the big time?

Just a few questions to get this going but let's not forget our leader, Martin Jol.. Is he the man to continue?

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Report Regular Fries April 9, 2017 7:49 PM BST
Needed City to take points off Chelsea in the week really to put some proper pressure on.

Simply have to hold onto their best players now.
Report FIGJAM April 9, 2017 10:39 PM BST
I think you miss the point mafe, I was comparing the price, we've sold one world record player I wouldn't be happy selling another rapidly increasing asset.
Report mafeking April 10, 2017 1:10 AM BST
even though it was only 4 years since bale left feels like the club is in a completely different position now. then we were hoping to scrape into 4th occasionally now set for back to back CL qualifications, a move into what will be a fantastic new stadium and feeling a touch of disappointment that it looks like we can't win the league despite playing the best football seen at WHL for decades

he's still so young and don't think anyof our key players will be going anywhere in the next 2 or 3 years anway. barca or real madrid can wait. why would he want to go anywhere else in england ?

even if sections of the idiot media are just waking up to how good we are everyone connected with the club has known it for a while
Report propunter1 April 10, 2017 8:18 PM BST
Waste of space Adebayor scored a hat trick tonight against galatasaray in turkish league
Report jed.davison April 11, 2017 12:06 PM BST
Probably involved in contract talks at the moment.
Report FIGJAM April 14, 2017 11:22 PM BST
We're 2-7 to win and the Chavs are 8-15 to drop at least a point this weekend,I guess if and it's a big if there's a moment of truth it's then.Problem after their Everton game they have a cruise run in.
Report mafeking April 14, 2017 11:34 PM BST
yep their last 4 games are as friendly as you could ask for. a realistic chance though we could get within 1 result by then and hope the pressure tells
Report rogerthebutler April 15, 2017 11:04 AM BST
'Cept you just know The Gooners will actually turn up and put in a shift for once, when they play us
Report sofaking April 15, 2017 5:06 PM BST
Surprisingly quiet here after another big win and Janssen finally scoring from open play. Let's hope Man U can take something Chelsea tomorrow.
Report Marryatt April 15, 2017 5:10 PM BST
Luckily you caught us on an off day....Laugh...seriously though I thought you were the best team we'd faced last season and you're even better this year...your work rate today was insane even at 3-0 up.
Report Kit-Kat-Dan April 15, 2017 5:53 PM BST
Another totally dominant display and in truth, Wycombe gave us far more of a problem earlier in the season than B'mouth did today.

The team are on the brink of their highest points and goals scored totals in the Prem League era and there appears to be an excellent camaraderie in the squad. Long may it continue.
Report ufcdan April 15, 2017 5:57 PM BST
2nd Wink
Report Marryatt April 15, 2017 6:21 PM BST
You would have to ask the question though that despite being arguably the best team in the league why it is you've won fck all?
Report mafeking April 15, 2017 6:36 PM BST
roger, if the gooners play anything like they have been recently it'll be a cricket score. we've been declaring in most home games this year but don't think we will if we get the chance against them

maryatt, you still need some luck to win things especially against sides with far bigger resources. manchester united could end up winning 3 pots in the last 12 months but they remain a very ordinary side nowhere near as good as us

we weren't ready to win the league last season and idiots in the media and fans of other clubs who said we blew it need to look at the table early last season. we won 6 of the first 16 games meaning we had to much to do 2nd half of the season against a leicester side who hardly made a mistake

our form this season would have won it comfortably but for chelsea winning 13 matches in row at one stage. it's virtually impossible to beat that - we've won 14 of the last 17 yet hardly made up any ground
Report Kit-Kat-Dan April 15, 2017 6:48 PM BST
Maryatt, you would equally have to ask the question; what the fck do you care?
Report mafeking April 15, 2017 10:13 PM BST
remiss of me not to mention 7 league wins in row for the first time in 50 years. looked an appetising run of fixtures but to win them in all and mostly by a street is fantastic

they had to be won too if we were to have any chance of putting the chavs under some pressure
Report FIGJAM April 15, 2017 10:19 PM BST
I think Bournemouth had one shot on target today,and were completely out played.
Wiltshire got plenty of stick culminating when he got injured of the crowd singing "It's happening again"
I guess if you dish it out you've got to be prepared to take it.Devil
Report mafeking April 15, 2017 10:46 PM BST
last 4 matches shots on target 35 to 6. we really are mullering teams game after game
Report Marryatt April 16, 2017 11:52 AM BST

Apr 15, 2017 -- 6:48PM, Kit-Kat-Dan wrote:

Maryatt, you would equally have to ask the question; what the fck do you care?

Touchy!....Laugh...and I was being so nice.

Mafeking provided a perfectly reasonable explanation for your teams failure to win anything....i'm sure your luck will take a turn for the better next year.

Again well done yesterday...very impressive.

Report Kit-Kat-Dan April 16, 2017 3:07 PM BST
Well any thoughts that United might give the chavs a battle today can be dispelled, judging by the starting X1 Mourinho's putting outSad.
Report sofaking April 16, 2017 5:07 PM BST
Report hippie April 16, 2017 5:54 PM BST

It's 106 miles to Chicago, we got a full tank of gas, half a pack of cigarettes, it's dark... and we're wearing sunglasses.

next stop, Wembley Cool

Report Kit-Kat-Dan April 16, 2017 5:58 PM BST
2-0 to our friends in the NorthGrin.

Message to self: you clearly know $h1te all about football so why the hell do you keep wasting your time and money gambling?
Report Regular Fries April 16, 2017 6:39 PM BST
Do what I do KK and back against Spurs its doing wonders for the team these days.

The media will and already are making this into a title race but i still maintain they needed City to get something from last week's game.

Think we'll have to win all the remaining games and it's a tough ask with a stubborn Utd coming to the lane and the likes of West Ham, Leicester and Arsenal treating their games like THEIR cup finals.
Report mafeking April 16, 2017 6:53 PM BST
still an outside chance but it's a chance. think we'll need them to chuck in at least 1 more shock home result but if they drop the next points it'll become a test of their bottle whoever they're playing

just gotta try and win 5 of the 6 and hope it's enough. we're certainly playing well enough. in any event a massive week for the club coming up Happy
Report FIGJAM April 16, 2017 10:47 PM BST
The Chavs were very disappointing today, although it looked like Mourinho did a number on Hazard who is the heart beat of their team.
Not the best performance before a cup semi final.Happy
Report Regular Fries April 19, 2017 8:45 PM BST
There's a 'Premier League World' special on Spurs available on Sky On Demand which is a hugely enjoyable watch for Spurs fans. Some stirring stuff from Daniel and quite a bit about the new stadium.
Report Regular Fries April 19, 2017 8:51 PM BST
On again at 1030
Report Kit-Kat-Dan April 20, 2017 4:25 PM BST
Reports that Ugo Ehiogu is in hospital after collapsing at the training ground earlier today.

Get well soon Ugo.
Report FIGJAM April 20, 2017 10:43 PM BST
One change from last week's team Wanyama in for Son for me.
The optimum side that beat the Chavs will then be the same with the notable exception of Rose.
Two defining games in the space of 5 days with Palace away on Wednesday.
Report JUDGE JUDY April 21, 2017 9:03 AM BST
Tragic news about Ugo Ehiogu

Report rogerthebutler April 21, 2017 9:12 AM BST
Just read about Ugo Ehiogu

Not right that a guy that young should die

Report Lance in France April 21, 2017 9:14 AM BST
So very very sad. RIP Ugo
Report mafeking April 21, 2017 1:16 PM BST
terrible news

Report propunter1 April 22, 2017 4:19 PM BST
Lloris (C), Trippier, Dier, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Wanyama, Dembele, Son, Eriksen, Dele, Kane (trippier plays, no davies so who plays on the left?)

Subs: Lopez, Davies, Walker, Wimmer, Sissoko, Nkoudou, Janssen
Report propunter1 April 22, 2017 4:20 PM BST
no hazard or costa for chavs COYS
Report propunter1 April 22, 2017 7:08 PM BST
Good team performance by Spurs team - individual mistakes by us and individual brilliance by chelsea cost us.
Report ribero1 April 22, 2017 8:42 PM BST
Haven't seen the game and apparently we played well,great game etc but at the end of the day we lost so why no Walker and Davies?
Son is a flat track bully end of, fig had the team right the other day,Davies maybe no world beater but he's been a constant in our recent run so it seems very hard on him to not even feature tonight and Trippier for Walker?
Report mafeking April 22, 2017 10:03 PM BST
no question pochettino got wrong picking a ridiculous team with son horribly exposed but still we never seem to get any luck when it really matters

dominated the game for the most part but conceded 3 shots from outside the area and a soft pen

surely one of these days we'll get a break Sad
Report FIGJAM April 22, 2017 11:04 PM BST
Completely agree maf,I heard that Costa and Hazard weren't starting on Radio 5 long before the teams were handed in.
Irrespective as I've said before Son bullies the small teams and disappears against the top ones, particularly at Wembley.
To play him at left wing/back was ludicrous,Conte had 2 men on him and did a number and outsmarted both Son and Pochettino.
I called for the team that beat the Chavs at home with Davies in for Rose, instead Davies was dropped(I bet he was none too pleased)and an experimental team was fielded in a crucial game.
Pochettino may be alright at team tactics but he leaves a lot to be desired with selection and substitutions.
One can only hope he will learn from this, somehow I doubt it, it does appear his Achilles heel.
Shame as our mob out sung the prawn sandwich brigade and deserved a lot better.
Report sofaking April 22, 2017 11:41 PM BST
Nothing has changed despite all the recent hype.  These fúckers will always lets you down. Spurs will always be Spursy and now we can expect the usual end of season collapse.  Sad  Absolutely bizarre decision to play Son at left back ffs.
Report irishone April 23, 2017 8:05 AM BST
i thought he was a good manager
but the chelsea manager out thought him
imagine the tottenham dressing room
before the game
eeehhhh ? no hazard ? no costa ?
we are gonna pi55 this .....
oh dear
Report propunter1 April 23, 2017 8:47 AM BST

Apr 23, 2017 -- 8:05AM, irishone wrote:

i thought he was a good managerbut the chelsea manager out thought himimagine the tottenham dressing room before the game eeehhhh ? no hazard ? no costa ?we are gonna pi55 this .....oh dear

Conte had the tools to 'outthink Poch'. When you have a bench like theirs and with their experience you can have a plan and if the plan isn’t working you have reinforcements on the bench, game changers to effect what you require. We didn’t even have Danny Rose fit and Pochs hands and options were very limited.

He did not ask Son to make a reckless tackle and give away a penalty. As a team we played better than chelsea and scored 2 excellent team goals where a lot of credit is due to Poch. They scored brilliant individual goals because they have technically superior players in the first 11 and on the bench.

Unfortunately for next season chavs will improve their playing staff further, will we?

Report JUDGE JUDY April 23, 2017 8:55 AM BST
Report propunter1 April 23, 2017 9:06 AM BST

Apr 23, 2017 -- 8:55AM, JUDGE JUDY wrote:


why don't you feck off and continue your wenger out campaign

Report mafeking April 23, 2017 3:03 PM BST
he's obviously done a great job for us but so upset with pochettino yday. just pick the best team. trying to shoehorn son in and have him making tackles in his own box when you've gotta have a defensive mindset to be a defender

pretty clear he doesn't have much regard for the cups certainly compared to the league but hard to see the likes of real madrid taking a punt on him if he hasn't won anything

picked ludicrous teams in dortmund and monaco as well. understandable in dortmundeven though i was far from happy about it at the time. still a long way from the final and everyone probably including him thought we weren't likely to get another shot at winning the league any time soon but to do it in a must win CL game and cup semi final beggars belief
Report jed.davison April 23, 2017 3:11 PM BST
Is there not the possibility that Davies may have been carrying a knock of some sort?

On the face of it leaving him out looks slightly bizarre, but clearly we have a League to win so if he is slightly under it then he has to be left out.

No complaints from me about the result yesterday, great game with the two best sides in the country, and not really having all the managers' tactics made the difference guff, we got done by three great strikes.

Onwards and upwards. COYS
Report ribero1 April 23, 2017 3:55 PM BST
I'm sure he was taking yesterday seriously maf,the F A cup may not be what it once was but for once you have arguably the Top 4 in the semi finals and yesterday was a big game and you could see how dejected the players were at the end to see what it meant to them,lets hope we can pick ourselves up as the media will have the knives sharpened hoping we blow 2nd spot.
Report propunter1 April 23, 2017 5:09 PM BST
Toby's tackle for the fist goal was also reckless - if Son hadn’t been such hot headed prat and slid in like a 5 year old then nobody would be questioning it.

We didn’t get the rub of the green yesterday, but we push on. For the first time in a long time we have a team that is exciting to watch. Getting beaten in a 7th successive FA cup semi final and to those chavs really is hard to take. However think of where we are, on the verge of a new dawn and it will be up to Levy and the board to keep the momentum going. We can kick the cat, blame individual players/manager but we all are passionate about our club. Let’s get behind them and make sure we push them on until the end of the season,
Report mafeking April 23, 2017 5:12 PM BST
rib, as you say they're already poised should we show the slightest weakness in the last 6 games whereas really they should be going with how the hell do spurs keep doing it on a tiny budget compared to our rivals ?

the media always bang on about how much they want england do well ? surely it would good for england if spurs with half the england starting XI won the league. they should be cheering us on rather than issuing grudging praise or waiting for us to make a mess of it
Report FIGJAM April 23, 2017 5:20 PM BST
You may not be having it Jed, but I am, Pochettino has won sweet Fanny Adams in his career and shows no sign of improvement at Spurs. As mentioned earlier one things for certain, he ain't going to Real Madrid, Barcelona or PSG.

Interesting text from my mate who sits next to me at WHL which may be urban myth,
a pack of lies or true, life's too short to check it out:-

Atkinson has reffed Chavski 19 times in 3 years

Opponents penalties 0  red cards 12

Chelsea penalties 9 red cards 0
Report propunter1 April 23, 2017 6:02 PM BST
Palace playing well v lfc (2-1 up) - it will be a difficult game on wed

i am surprised how well townsend is playing
Report TheAnorak April 23, 2017 6:23 PM BST
It was also Atkinson in the semi final five years ago that gifted Chelsea a non goal that gave them a 2-0 lead just before we scored.
Report mafeking April 23, 2017 6:29 PM BST
don't think it's the worst result for us palace winning. gets them to 38 which is surely more than enough so they may not be so fired up weds

also it's a quick turnaround, they've had to do a lot of chasing after the ball today and you'd imagine it'll more of the same against us
Report FIGJAM April 23, 2017 6:39 PM BST
Not the easiest game Wednesday, the local team to me, they won today without Sakho who's been inspirational to them.
Townsend also being out to make  point.
Report irishone April 23, 2017 8:18 PM BST
blaming the ref is ludicrous , the defence gave hazard and matic too much room for the two goals. dont matter who the ref was it was rank bad marking !

conte had a better bench yeah true but teams with better benches get turned over regularly anyways
Report LAMBETH WALK April 23, 2017 8:47 PM BST
his only a poor little yiddo LaughLaughLaugh
Report sofaking April 23, 2017 9:45 PM BST

Apr 23, 2017 -- 8:47PM, LAMBETH WALK wrote:

his only a poor little yiddo

And here they come, the semi-literate attention seekers.......

Report terimon April 24, 2017 2:27 AM BST
This Spurs team is amazing!

****g amazing! Let's get behind them as they smash everything up over the next few years!!
Report JUDGE JUDY April 24, 2017 10:33 AM BST
attn propunter

just stating the fact that you were the better team
Report propunter1 April 24, 2017 11:00 AM BST
Congrats you are in the cup final and your next ambition is to finish in top 4.
As of today, I don't care whether we finish in top4 or finish above arsenal, I only care about whether we win the league or not.
Report JUDGE JUDY April 24, 2017 11:38 AM BST
Doubtful this season pro

But within the next three or four seasons ?

quite possibly
Report mafeking April 24, 2017 2:17 PM BST
could do with some luck at wembley to say the least. had plenty this season and all bad. suspected that every little mistake and half chance in the 5 games there this season has ended up in the back of our net but the figures are quite incredible. we've conceded 10 goals from 13 shots on target. you might expect to need something like 30 shots on target to score that number of goals

moving forward to weds allardyce was indicating yday they might make quite a few changes due to injury and tiredness. hopefully he'll have one eye on saturday's much more winnable home game against burnley
Report ufcdan April 24, 2017 10:45 PM BST
As I worry about you lot I hope this helps ! I think a good idea would be for Pochettino to get your club doctors to prescribe Viagra to your players as it's clear they have problems getting past a semi Mischief
Report rogerthebutler April 26, 2017 11:59 AM BST
'Innocent until proven guilty' - of course, but I would love it ('Just LUV it') if West Ham are up faeces creek with HMRC.

Give them a stadium and they STILL want more!

The platitudes spouted by Karen Brady in next year's 'The Apprentice' about what is and isn't done in business are going to be worth listening to, as well.
Report FIGJAM April 26, 2017 8:01 PM BST
Team tonight is the team he should have picked against the Chavs.
Report FIGJAM April 26, 2017 8:23 PM BST
New tactic from Palace 10 men behind the ball and kick and rush.
It would be handy if Walker passed to one of ours though.
Report Kit-Kat-Dan April 26, 2017 9:01 PM BST
We've been bloody awful for 45 minutes. Wanyama lucky to escape a red, Dembele appears to be hobbling, Kane & Dele invisible and Walker having 'one of those nights'.

Poch needs to earn his money and get them geed up for the 2nd half.
Report Kit-Kat-Dan April 26, 2017 9:57 PM BST
That'll do. On to Sunday and pray for an Everton victory before the goons.
Report Regular Fries April 26, 2017 10:04 PM BST
Excellent second half, one way traffic and subs worked well.

Manager earning his corn despite continualy being called out.

8 league wins in a row i dont think thats happened in my lifetime and most prem points in a league season. Much to be pleased with.
Report FIGJAM April 26, 2017 10:05 PM BST
For once Poch got his subs and timing right,Eriksen has imho replaced Modric, who carried the ball better but had less goals.
Even Sissoko contributed for once although to me he still lacks confidence, but Walker had a nightmare.
Report Regular Fries April 26, 2017 10:07 PM BST
I think theyll be going back in for Zaha in the summer
Report FIGJAM April 26, 2017 10:16 PM BST
I was just thinking that RF.Mischief
Report propunter1 April 26, 2017 10:16 PM BST
Very hard game - a lot of credit to palace, they are a good team.

Eriksen MOTM - he improved his game imo, he even started to make tackles.

Trippier for Walker on sunday, Will Poch play or rest Davies?

Bring on Woolwich
Report propunter1 April 26, 2017 11:18 PM BST
“Spurs have now won eight consecutive league games for the first time since October 1960.”

True, and this is the 3rd time in our history we have won 8 straight league games.

We won the title both previous seasons when this happened (1950-51 & 1960-61).
Report Cork Langer April 26, 2017 11:37 PM BST
wd lads, you are definitely getting there, slowly learning that sometimes you have to win without too much style, both sets of players looked cream crackered, fingers crossed both teams recover for their respective weekend games, think ref got it right with Wanyama to a point, in as much as I didn't think it was even a foul, just looked it visually, gl
Report terimon April 27, 2017 12:55 AM BST
Its so horrible. This is the best Spurs side i have ever seen in my life!
Report mafeking April 27, 2017 1:21 AM BST
real gutsy effort to grind out a win tonight. not easy when the opposition are camped on the edge of their box. maybe got the stroke of inspiration and/or luck we didn't get on saturday

in any case pressure firmly applied with everton, lukaku and their formidable home record next up for the chavs
Report Regular Fries April 27, 2017 6:12 AM BST
Still feel Chelsea could afford to drop six points and sfill have enough to win ghe title. After the Everton game they couldnt have wished fkr a softer final four matches.

It shouldnt bug me really but i feel as though we're one loss, dropped points or poor performance away from being labelled bottlers again, when in reality we have no right to even be considered to be in a title race to start with given the comparative wage bill or cost of squad adding to tge fact tgat the team have gone to being 13 points behind to 4.
Report ribero1 April 27, 2017 6:55 AM BST
Spot on RF,realistically a solid 2nd will be a great achievement in the circumstances of Chelsea having such a run.
Thanks Cork Langer,nice to have a sensible contribution from an opposition fan for a change!
Incidentally thought Davies played pretty well and while it's not his principle role on the pitch has Son ever won a tackle?
Report ufcdan April 27, 2017 7:48 AM BST
Thought my viagra suggestion was a sensible contribution Happy seriously I agree with RF we could lose six points and still lift the title. My main concern from a CHAV Crazy  perspective is next season. It will hinge on who we keep hold of namely Hazard not too bothered about Costa, we've had a monies worth out of him, mind you if Chelsea think Lukaku is the answer then we'll be fu cked which would hand you the title (if you don't choke) on a plate Cry Arsenal will be Arsenal ! Utd won't be far away but JM's insistence on keeping the faith with Pogba will haunt them and as for City imo they are given their resources the real chokers in the premiership.
Report FIGJAM April 27, 2017 10:22 AM BST
interesting that Moss deferred to Arry whilst Hugo is captain re Wanyama.
My point is that we should have a captain who is in the thick of the action,Vertonghen imho.
Report jed.davison April 27, 2017 10:36 AM BST
Indulge me Figgy, I know it's hard to quantify, but how many more points do you think we would have gained this season if we had a captain playing 2-11 and not in goal?
Report TheAnorak April 27, 2017 11:15 AM BST
If I've understood it correctly, sometime before Monday we have to announce a final decision on where we play next season, but it all seems very quiet on that front. Don't know what everyone else thinks, but on all visible evidence, if we are playing at Wembley, our home form is likely to fall way below the level attainsed this season and thus a title challenge would be impossible.

In the circumstances, one more year at the old Lane seems like a good idea.
Report jed.davison April 27, 2017 11:18 AM BST
We can't play football at half a ground. We'll have the Wealdstone Raider on our case.
Report Kit-Kat-Dan April 27, 2017 12:08 PM BST
I know it's all apropos of nothing but Sky have compiled a list of squad cost divided by points earned this season to show the cost of each point. We are well down the list at £2.4 million, whilst the Manchester clubs are just under £8 million, Arsenal on £5.1m and the chavs and Liverpool both over £4m.

So, we're either punching way above our weight or, the Chairman is a tightwad who needs to break out the chequebook depending on your point of view. This is purely transfer fees and doesn't reflect wage bills btw.
Report mafeking April 27, 2017 1:01 PM BST
anorak, leaving the merits of the supposed wembley hoodoo aside it's unlikely we will 15, 16 or 17 home matches next season wherever we're playing. on the other hand we should expect to win more away matches. 7 out of 16 is slightly below par
Report mafeking April 27, 2017 3:38 PM BST
the goal last night was our 100th of the season - first time since 1987
Report jed.davison April 27, 2017 4:27 PM BST
We'd have scored 200 goals in 1986/7 if Clive Allen had been any good.
Report FIGJAM April 27, 2017 8:40 PM BST
Anorak according to The Mail, the turn style operators have been given redundancy notices,not that I'm an expert but the weather has been exceptional (although it may not be this winter) so I would have thought the stadium was on track, although looking at it with my untrained eye there is a hell of lot to knock down let alone build.
You are correct regarding the decision must be  by Tuesday as season tickets haven't been priced and we all know the chairman likes his money in early.
Of course should we be at Wembley there will be some sort of auxiliary season ticket I'd imagine.
Report Regular Fries April 27, 2017 8:47 PM BST
If we move to wembley then the home record may suffer but lets face it the bench has been set very high this season.

You'd think the more the play there the better they'll become. They played well on Saturday, just got sucker punched by an abnormally high conversion rate by Chelsea.

One of the things Danny Murphy said was that the pitch size isn't the problem but it's the length of grass and how soft the going is. To the naked eye all the games played at Wembley seem to be slower, the ball and players don't seem to move as quickly as on a normal pitch.

Presumably that's something they can get a hold of if lodging there for a year?
Report mafeking April 27, 2017 8:55 PM BST
should be cheap too based on CL prices if they want to fill it. something around 500 quid maybe
Report Regular Fries April 27, 2017 9:12 PM BST
At a conference at Stamford Bridge next week, just googling "putting a hex on something"...
Report Knight Rider April 28, 2017 4:58 PM BST
One problem with Wembley is you are going to have enormous away followings every week.  We'll probably have lower prices to try and fill the ground which I believe means we have to offer away supporters the same price.  So every club will have this one-off chance to see their team play a league match at Wembley with reasonable prices.  I can see plenty of teams bringing 10,000+ if they get the allocation.
Report mafeking April 28, 2017 5:15 PM BST
KR, believe the PL rules are 3000 or 10% whatever is the lower figure. away clubs don't get massive allocations at old trafford for league matches there

obviously for cup ties the rules are somewhat different and some clubs may get 10000+
Report Knight Rider April 28, 2017 6:41 PM BST
But United sell out every game.  I can't imagine we are going to sell out 90,000 every week so are we really going to say to teams you can only have 3000 even though there are going to be say 20,000 empty seats?  Unless it's restricted based on police advice.
Report jed.davison April 28, 2017 6:43 PM BST
Do what KR? They will have to expand Wembley to fit all the Spurs fans in.
Report Knight Rider April 28, 2017 6:49 PM BST
I hope so mate!  It certainly helps that we have a great team.  Still can't believe we sold out that Europa League game, staggering.
Report mafeking April 28, 2017 7:02 PM BST
sure we'll have no problem filling it at 500 quid a throw. levy won't want 1000s of empty seats

in any event where are we gonna find an extra 25000 at presumably well north of a grand per season in the new ground if they won't pay half that at wembley ?
Report jed.davison April 28, 2017 7:10 PM BST
A friend of mine is No. 63,000 and odd on the season ticket waiting list
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