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TOTTENHAM vs SHEFFIELD
Date
Sep 16, 2023
KO Time
3:00 pm

Match Prediction

  • Spurs Win

    Votes: 151 94.4%
  • Sheffield Win

    Votes: 4 2.5%
  • Score Draw

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Goalless Draw

    Votes: 5 3.1%

  • Total voters
    160

EQP

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Sep 1, 2013
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Vicario
Porro - Romero - VDV - Udogie
Bissouma
Sarr - Maddison
Deki - Son - Solomon

Think Ange will keep it the same but will probably give Brennan at-least 20-25 minutes as a sub, depending on how the game is going.
 

Hoopspur

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Can anyone help out here please with a bit of info. My 15 year old nephew is going on Saturday and I've got him a ticket in the North Stand. Our own ST's are in the South.

Before the match can I go and 'fetch him' from his seat to come down to join us for the pre match? Basically can I walk around the full inside of the stadium on match day prior to the game? The Spurs website says you can but I've not tried it before. How easy is it?

Cheers. Appreciated.
 

Hoopspur

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Jun 28, 2012
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Vicario
Porro - Romero - VDV - Udogie
Bissouma
Sarr - Maddison
Deki - Son - Solomon

Think Ange will keep it the same but will probably give Brennan at-least 20-25 minutes as a sub, depending on how the game is going.
Agree with you but I'm sure Richy will get some sort of game time also.
 

torbaytottenham

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Can anyone help out here please with a bit of info. My 15 year old nephew is going on Saturday and I've got him a ticket in the North Stand. Our own ST's are in the South.

Before the match can I go and 'fetch him' from his seat to come down to join us for the pre match? Basically can I walk around the full inside of the stadium on match day prior to the game? The Spurs website says you can but I've not tried it before. How easy is it?

Cheers. Appreciated.
Yes you can, very easy to do, just head toward the west stand and keep going, lots of people to negotiate your way round, but it can be done.
 

Dannyspur

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Can anyone help out here please with a bit of info. My 15 year old nephew is going on Saturday and I've got him a ticket in the North Stand. Our own ST's are in the South.

Before the match can I go and 'fetch him' from his seat to come down to join us for the pre match? Basically can I walk around the full inside of the stadium on match day prior to the game? The Spurs website says you can but I've not tried it before. How easy is it?

Cheers. Appreciated.

Depends on which level your seats are on. Probably best to get round on the ground level.
 

SirHarryHotspur

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Can anyone help out here please with a bit of info. My 15 year old nephew is going on Saturday and I've got him a ticket in the North Stand. Our own ST's are in the South.

Before the match can I go and 'fetch him' from his seat to come down to join us for the pre match? Basically can I walk around the full inside of the stadium on match day prior to the game? The Spurs website says you can but I've not tried it before. How easy is it?

Cheers. Appreciated.
Further to the answer above if he is on north stand level 1 or level 4 which is the middle tier then you must go via west stand level 1 to get there i.e go on the high road side. If he on level 5 north stand then you can go via the east or west level 1 route just take the first set of stairs signposted "to level 5" to get up there , the reason you can't reach north level 1 from the south stand via the east stand route is that the level 1 concourse is shut at the end of east stand because of the away section. Hope that is clear.

PS If he is on north stand level 4 then you have to go right round to north stand on level 1 then find the stairs signposted level 4 you can't get to NS level 4 from the level 5 stairs. I would recommend taking a compass and ordnance survey map before taking this trek.
 
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FibreOpticJesus

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Can anyone help out here please with a bit of info. My 15 year old nephew is going on Saturday and I've got him a ticket in the North Stand. Our own ST's are in the South.

Before the match can I go and 'fetch him' from his seat to come down to join us for the pre match? Basically can I walk around the full inside of the stadium on match day prior to the game? The Spurs website says you can but I've not tried it before. How easy is it?

Cheers. Appreciated.
You can walk around the whole ground apart from the away section on the concourses. You are not allowed to enter the seated areas without a valid ticket. So in theory you will not be able to bring your nephew into the seared area of the south stand. However, we hardly ever get asked to show our tickets to the stewards in the south stand so you should not have a problem. However, the west stand it is difficult to go and see my mates as the steward this area to a much higher standard and I usually get turned away even an hour before ko.
 

floydiohead

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I think this is precisely the kind of game that we would drop points in. Hope to be proved wrong - we shall see.
 

kev1nxxx

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Can anyone help out here please with a bit of info. My 15 year old nephew is going on Saturday and I've got him a ticket in the North Stand. Our own ST's are in the South.

Before the match can I go and 'fetch him' from his seat to come down to join us for the pre match? Basically can I walk around the full inside of the stadium on match day prior to the game? The Spurs website says you can but I've not tried it before. How easy is it?

Cheers. Appreciated.
Hop over the barrier wander across the ground taking in the atmosphere hop over the barrier North and up the stairs. Much quicker, your welcome 😏
 

SirHarryHotspur

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All games are tough in PL but with our new everybody trying to score apart from the goalie style we should be good enough for this especially with Maddison & others giving a whole new impetus to the team.
Doubt the atmosphere will be at the levels it was against Utd as the atmosphere is usually dictated by the opposition, big name opposition big atmosphere , lesser names like Shef Utd then not so much, but with trumpeter and then the drummer in the north stand beating out a rhythm expect it to be better.
 

hughy

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They have 11 players either doubtful or ruled out. I'm not sure how many would usually start, but fuck me that's rough for a newly promoted team.
 

FibreOpticJesus

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All games are tough in PL but with our new everybody trying to score apart from the goalie style we should be good enough for this especially with Maddison & others giving a whole new impetus to the team.
Doubt the atmosphere will be at the levels it was against Utd as the atmosphere is usually dictated by the opposition, big name opposition big atmosphere , lesser names like Shef Utd then not so much, but with trumpeter and then the drummer in the north stand beating out a rhythm expect it to be better.
And its a Saturday 3pm ko. My fave day and time for a Prem game. COYS
 

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