Match Threads Spurs vs Brighton - Match Day

Match Prediction

  • Spurs Convincing Win

    Votes: 98 63.2%
  • Spurs Narrow Win

    Votes: 52 33.5%
  • Brighton Unlikely Win

    Votes: 3 1.9%
  • Score Draw

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Goal-less Draw

    Votes: 2 1.3%

  • Total voters
    155
  • Poll closed .

TropicalYid

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Nothing other than a win is acceptable. Need to keep on pushing to secure that third place.
 

Bulletspur

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We'll be fine.

Random fact; I read on the BBC website that we've not lost a Premier League home game on a Tuesday since August 2007.
The BBC got that information from us, so obviously you did not read the opening post! :whistle:
 

doctor stefan Freud

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Evening you fucking quaking monks.

Just got in from a day of mundane interactions with entities of unknown motivations. Luckily I have this schizophrenic love nest to snuggle down with. I’ll put my one good testicle on us grinding out the points by two goals this evening. Sue from Londis reckons we’ll win the CL, but she irons her hair and feeds revels to a colony of squirrels that live on her balcony so she’s not a reliable source.

Either way, up the Spurs
 

doctor stefan Freud

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Time to break out the retro shirt, worn for the last four league games of the last three seasons. It’s becoming a nice tradition

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Col_M

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My first visit and it’s awesome. Just walking into the seating area and seeing the expanse of seats sent a shiver down my spine.

The Shop was packed and selling merch like it was January 1st at Harrods. I entered the stadium about 5:30 (15 mins after it opened) and the crowd is immense already

The Halumi burger is tastier than a Kane Burger wrapped in a Hoddle/Gazza bun topped with lashings of Bale and a sprinkling of Greaves.

Just Wow.

And I’m WiFi too!!
 

FibreOpticJesus

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My first visit and it’s awesome. Just walking into the seating area and seeing the expanse of seats sent a shiver down my spine.

The Shop was packed and selling merch like it was January 1st at Harrods. I entered the stadium about 5:30 (15 mins after it opened) and the crowd is immense already

The Halumi burger is tastier than a Kane Burger wrapped in a Hoddle/Gazza bun topped with lashings of Bale and a sprinkling of Greaves.

Just Wow.

And I’m WiFi too!!
Glad you love our new shiny toy. She is wonderful. You wait till you hear the roar. COYS
 

easley91

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Had this been at Wembley, nerves for sure. However, the confidence and belief is high. Early goal and I can see a result similar to Huddersfield. COYS.
 

doctor stefan Freud

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Better win this fecker. After the Man City fiasco and petticoat control declaring we're eating out with family...I've pulled rank.

Feck Emmerdale, and any other crap she wishes to watch. I've politely informed her that dinner will be taken by myself, in the comfort of a comfy chair, positioned directly in front of the main television, a television that will be showing Spurs v Brighton.
Snowflake
 

Col_M

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I am in row 6, approx 15 yards from the goal. By West Ham standards that’s closer than the carpet edge.

The slope at the end of the pitch is an optical illusions because the darker Astroturf. starts flat then slopes down

Sound quality is fantastic, shame it’s like listening to Radio1. And I’m not having to squint at the big screens. It’s like theyve built the stadium with a middle aged fat balding man in mind.
 
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