Cheers. His proper name is edward and that is the name he uses on youtube.Found this posted on SSC by the chap who does the TL videos. EJG. Seems interesting.
Also saw this on LinkedIn; it's not much, but was posted a day ago by a project engineer at Mosco-Gleeson (the company supplying the eaves) who's working on the stadium, which suggests that the roof lift isn't too far off:
"Not long until the cable net lift is underway at Tottenham Stadium. Compression ring is complete and the Mosco-Gleeson eaves detail started. "
That's normally the case, however there was talk back along of the club wanting separate shorter term deals for both (or at least separate deal for the shirt) so they can negotiate better terms more frequently and not get done like Arsenal originally did with Emirates.With the naming rights, isn't it usual that the shirt and stadium sponsors are the same, of the top of my head this is the case with Arsenal, Man City, Stoke and Leicester. Obviously it doesn't matter, but I wouldn't write off AIA as our stadium sponsor either.
Just had a quick look at Hewlett Packard and their profits for the last two years have been around the $3.5 Billion mark so a naming rights deal would be chicken feed for them, even after dealing with Levy! - only a small fraction of their overall marketing budget.Might be a bit of a leap, but HPE is announcing their Q1 earnings today. I can't imagine them committing to a stadium deal unless they have had a huge Q1. Hard sell to investors to say "we are throwing 20M/yr at this football stadium" when you're losing money or break even.