Pochettino calls for a packed house in crucial Champions League clash against Inter

mawspurs

Staff
Staff
Joined
Jun 29, 2003
Messages
27,266
Thread starter #1
Mauricio Pochettino called on Tottenham supporters to pack Wembley Stadium once again for the visit of Inter Milan but he chose his words carefully.
'I hope it will be full,' said Pochettino. 'If it's not, I'm not going to say anything. Our fans have been fantastic in the last year and a half.

Source: Daily Mail
 

TottenhamMattSpur

Well-Known Member
Joined
Aug 31, 2012
Messages
9,897
#3
Really hope levy learns from this next season and reduces ticket prices.
No chance.

Ticket prices for Wembley aren't that bad either, it's not the price that's keeping people away.
The lack of shiney new toys, a few dull performances, dislike for Wembley, not all seats available, annoyance the stadium isn't ready...

When we're home, regardless of cost, it'll be packed for league and decent cup games.
 

robbiedee

Mama said knock you out
Joined
Jul 6, 2012
Messages
2,281
#4
No chance.

Ticket prices for Wembley aren't that bad either, it's not the price that's keeping people away.
The lack of shiney new toys, a few dull performances, dislike for Wembley, not all seats available, annoyance the stadium isn't ready...

When we're home, regardless of cost, it'll be packed for league and decent cup games.
There is an element of pricing...last year we had the 3 match deal for a decent price at Wembley - this season because of the unknown status of our new stadium, that deal wasn't offered which means individually the ticket price is a fair whack higher.

Also Wembley is a royal pain in the arse to get in and out of...
 

Gassin's finest

Donne moi la balle, et je fais le reste...
Joined
May 12, 2010
Messages
14,563
#7
Has Poch checked to see if the top tier is closed or not this time before he has a crack?

Edit: Looks like it is open

1543418807127.png
 

TottenhamMattSpur

Well-Known Member
Joined
Aug 31, 2012
Messages
9,897
#8
57k last night.

Fairly densely attended in the lower and club Wembley levels. Hardly anyone (season ticket holders only) in the south side upper.
Pretty decent numbers in the north side upper.
 

Dougal

Staff
Staff
Joined
Jun 4, 2004
Messages
50,236
#9
No chance.

Ticket prices for Wembley aren't that bad either, it's not the price that's keeping people away.
The lack of shiney new toys, a few dull performances, dislike for Wembley, not all seats available, annoyance the stadium isn't ready...

When we're home, regardless of cost, it'll be packed for league and decent cup games.
Speak for yourself. I’m trying to save a few quid before Christmas. If I had the money I’d go to every game home and away no matter where we played or how we were playing, whatever the weather or time of day.
 

TottenhamMattSpur

Well-Known Member
Joined
Aug 31, 2012
Messages
9,897
#12
I do. That’s why I’m skint and have taken refunds on 5 games. Paid up front because I had to. Took refunds because I could.
Would you be going to the games if we had moved in to the new stadium? Which I'm sure would be, on average, more expensive per game?
 
Top