New Stadium Details And Discussions

THFCSPURS19

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Yeah but that doesn't really say a lot. I imagine more than 65% would be connected. Hopefully still enough speed to browse the web and use the app though.
Yes but there's no reason why 40,000 people will be streaming at the new stadium at the same time. That statistic shows how good the Wifi is if that is theoretically possible.
 

worcestersauce

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Anyone know when we'll know if we've been successful in the test events ticket ballot?
 

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Trannies = Transistor radios!

Yeah I know, just me picturing Bob dressed in his missus' floral dress with high gloss court shoes, face plastered in make up with a shocking colour lippy badly applied.

Gotta love a terrace trannie.

NB: I have no problem whatsoever with people's sexual orientations, as long as legal. 💋
 

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Wonder if there will be any big stadium events this summer. Probably be too late to arrange any concerts. People go on about revenue loss for no CL. But extra food/drink the new shop, 16 non football events and NFL would fill a large hole in that revenue loss.
 

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Anyone know when we'll know if we've been successful in the test events ticket ballot?
Applications close 5pm this evening, they said they'd let applicants know "no later than 5pm on Friday 15th March to let them know if they have been successful in their application"
 

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Anyone know when we'll know if we've been successful in the test events ticket ballot?
I know for the familiarisation event applications back in December they also closed 5pm on a Wednesday, we were told we'd know 5pn Friday, and emails went out Friday lunchtime. I'd think it'll be similar again, perhaps sooner for the Legends game if they're undersubscribed and open applications to members.
 

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Not really, you checking your phone can’t make any difference. You can see th score at halftime, you can then check after the final whistle.
Oh come on you want to keep a check on what's going on surely? Especially if our fate is not in our own hands? Would you not be checking in the final game of the season to see if results are going our way so we finish top 4? Would you not have been interested in the Inter result?

Besides watching our games on tv can't make any difference either ;)
 

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Applications close 5pm this evening, they said they'd let applicants know "no later than 5pm on Friday 15th March to let them know if they have been successful in their application"
I'm a bronze member (or whatever it's called now) can I apply now or is the time not ready yet and we have to wait till ST have entered 1st
 

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mil1lion

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Yes but there's no reason why 40,000 people will be streaming at the new stadium at the same time. That statistic shows how good the Wifi is if that is theoretically possible.
Yeah I'm not doubting it will be good enough, just interested (y)
 

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Oh come on you want to keep a check on what's going on surely? Especially if our fate is not in our own hands? Would you not be checking in the final game of the season to see if results are going our way so we finish top 4? Would you not have been interested in the Inter result?

Besides watching our games on tv can't make any difference either ;)
but to many doing it, are not doing what we need. to keep the stadium rocking you need every man and his dog giving their all

us screen watchers want to here you supporting not crying:p
 

mil1lion

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but to many doing it, are not doing what we need. to keep the stadium rocking you need every man and his dog giving their all

us screen watchers want to here you supporting not crying:p
Well there's definitely a down side to it. I remember cheers going out in our final game of the season against Saints a number of years ago. It seemed fans caught wind that Arsenal were losing and started cheering because we had an outside chance to overtake them. Sadly it was false and made us look a bit silly.

To be honest I rarely would check my phone during a game. I would have other scores running on my phone though if it directly affects our game. That's just out of interest more than anything so I can check quickly while there's a break in play. If a result is in our favour though it can pick the crowd up and push the players on. In the ideal world the fans would cheer the players on regardless but football draws a lot of emotion. If there's nothing left to play for I can understand the atmosphere going flat.
 

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Wonder if the seniors have trained there. Only be 7 days to a possible opening when most get back from international duty.
 
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