Discussion in 'Soccer' started by spintheblackcircle, Jun 5, 2019.
What it's going to do is bring in a whole bunch of new Finnish posters into this site and board.
Or let it slip away.
When do tickets go on sale for this season?
I'm going to be in London on Saturday September 21st. Looking at Liverpool at Chelsea. Failing that Man U at West Ham.
For those games you will not be able to get them through team website unless you pay for the membership. For Pool v Chelsea you will be buying from the secondary market almost for sure
Thanks for the info. Could I get them off of Stub Hub?
Yeah thats what I did when I went to the Emirates this past season. Ended up being around 90 Canadian for pretty good seats
Can't recall which thread we were discussing this in, but apparently the police arrested someone in the Sala death investigation. He was interrogated but then let go again, no information on why or in relation to what.
Ha, I'm going to be there at the same time. Hospitality tickets for Chelsea v. LFC start at £495 and are on sale now. General tickets are more reasonable but as has been mentioned in this thread, must be purchased through club membership. I believe Chelsea sells those tickets 40 days prior to the match.
I'm going to watch this one at a pub with the lovely folks of LFC London.
Palace is also home that weekend.
I noticed that Arsenal is home as well. Might end up taking in them or Palace.
If you want something cheaper but a lot of fun, go check out Leyton Orient. Great old stadium too!
Nice move, very generous and classy.
However, I don't think you would find many Arsenal fans saying he brings joy on the pitch though.
Not these days thats for sure. Still a class player
If I lived in London I probably would take that option. Since I'm going as a tourist I want to get to see an EPL game. I guess I'm looking at it as an event more than enjoying the game itself.
Not sure where to post much less anyone cares, but I took my father out to lunch last Saturday in Kohler, WI. A block away was the Kohler showroom and I wanted to stop in. Kohler is a United sponsor. Rather interesting they had the new United jerseys, but I didn't see a price tag. Then down in their museum they had a little setup about United and the sponsorship and a picture of the locker room with Mata, Sanchez and a few other players' jerseys. Anyway, just found it really interesting to see that.
Jesse Lingard, taking over the social media duties in the United locker room!
Just saw that. Was expecting something scandalous but watched the video and didn't really get the big deal. I mean he comes across as a dumbass to be sure, but other than that there's nothing to see
Can we get that guy on Arsenal Fan TV? I want to see like troopz head explode
Let's try keeping the discussion in the correct thread.
Attendance has been great for Spurs in their new stadium. As for Arsenal's attendance, the numbers released are usually not to be trusted.
Gooners stay away with plenty of empty seats for Vorksla tie
59K watching Arsenal against Vorskla my arse.
Arsenal fans leave thousands of seats empty for Manchester City clash
Attendance can be quite low for high profile PL games too, so they seem to inflate the numbers once again.
As for Arsenal’s attendance, the fans organise prostests, and people come in late as a protest against Kroenke, that is why the attendance is shady in your eyes. Attendance figures are the only way to objectively compare attendance and Spurs still have one of the lowest attendances per % in Europe’s top 5 leagues. Their attendance since moving to their new toilet looking stadium has been poor, almost embarrassing considering how new and modern it is.
His mind would be blown from my extreme footballing knowledge, yes.
How is one supposed to trust Arsenal's attendance numbers if they inflate them?
Extreme is the word.
Anyway the only advantage Arsenal has over Spurs right now in terms of attractiveness is their stature, especially in France. But even that is fading quickly.
All the rest is in favour or Spurs.
So you think an average of 53000 fans isn’t embarrassing while playing in a 62000 seater stadium? Arsenal don’t inflate their numbers, the Premier League regularly check that. Despite playing in a smaller stadium, although only very marginally smaller, Arsenal’s attendance was 60000 on average
So the huge amount of loyal Arsenal fans compared to Spurs basically not having any, Arsenal having much more sucess at youth level with tons of promising youngsters, having a manager with a record of tons of titles compared to Pocchetino who has not won anything, and Arsenal being able to pay larger wages are not advantages?
The only advantage I can think of going for Spurs is Champions League football for one year.
No secret that fans prefer smaller more intimate stadiums. Probably why Arsenal´s home games are so popular. If only the Emirates were intimate of course.
As for the discussion. If the idea is for people to just invent numbers I guess I can play that game as well.
You don´t find it embarrassing when only 17 000 fans show up to watch a game in a 60 000 seater stadium? I would burn my Arsenal kits if I only had any. That is how embarrassed I would be.
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