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Wembley sold out. Over 85,000 fans cheering on the mighty Spurs.

It might not be a traditional home game and it might not be to our advantage but we'll be there to enjoy a wonderful atmosphere.

The mighty Spurs - back in Europe and there to remain for a very very, very,..........long time :thumb:

Oh - Murderators - Spurs fans have decided to have a "one

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the fact that spurs chose to play in wembley makes this easy for Monaco
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Bigpokey24 wrote:the fact that spurs chose to play in wembley makes this easy for Monaco
Probably - That's the cost of building a new stadium. It might get worse in 2017/18 when we play all league matches there.

Chelsea will go through the same when they renovate SB
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pajimoh wrote:
Bigpokey24 wrote:the fact that spurs chose to play in wembley makes this easy for Monaco
Probably - That's the cost of building a new stadium. It might get worse in 2017/18 when we play all league matches there.

Chelsea will go through the same when they renovate SB
I know , however i disagree on the Chelsea part. Chelsea owns Wembley, we all know how many cups have been won there by the blues
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Bigpokey24 wrote:
pajimoh wrote:
Bigpokey24 wrote:the fact that spurs chose to play in wembley makes this easy for Monaco
Probably - That's the cost of building a new stadium. It might get worse in 2017/18 when we play all league matches there.

Chelsea will go through the same when they renovate SB
I know , however i disagree on the Chelsea part. Chelsea owns Wembley, we all know how many cups have been won there by the blues
Most players dream of playing in iconic stadiums and I'm sure so will the opposition. It will never be the same as playing at the spiritual home. Some away teams will be lifted rather than intimidated - even for Chelsea
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pajimoh wrote:
Bigpokey24 wrote:
pajimoh wrote:
Bigpokey24 wrote:the fact that spurs chose to play in wembley makes this easy for Monaco
Probably - That's the cost of building a new stadium. It might get worse in 2017/18 when we play all league matches there.

Chelsea will go through the same when they renovate SB
I know , however i disagree on the Chelsea part. Chelsea owns Wembley, we all know how many cups have been won there by the blues
Most players dream of playing in iconic stadiums and I'm sure so will the opposition. It will never be the same as playing at the spiritual home. Some away teams will be lifted rather than intimidated - even for Chelsea
So what happened to White Hart Lane?
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Robbynice wrote:
pajimoh wrote:
Bigpokey24 wrote:
pajimoh wrote:
Bigpokey24 wrote:the fact that spurs chose to play in wembley makes this easy for Monaco
Probably - That's the cost of building a new stadium. It might get worse in 2017/18 when we play all league matches there.

Chelsea will go through the same when they renovate SB
I know , however i disagree on the Chelsea part. Chelsea owns Wembley, we all know how many cups have been won there by the blues
Most players dream of playing in iconic stadiums and I'm sure so will the opposition. It will never be the same as playing at the spiritual home. Some away teams will be lifted rather than intimidated - even for Chelsea
So what happened to White Hart Lane?
:roll: is this a trick question or what? seriously ? nah inside agbalumo you dey live?
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Robbynice wrote:
pajimoh wrote:
Bigpokey24 wrote:
pajimoh wrote:
Bigpokey24 wrote:the fact that spurs chose to play in wembley makes this easy for Monaco
Probably - That's the cost of building a new stadium. It might get worse in 2017/18 when we play all league matches there.

Chelsea will go through the same when they renovate SB
I know , however i disagree on the Chelsea part. Chelsea owns Wembley, we all know how many cups have been won there by the blues
Most players dream of playing in iconic stadiums and I'm sure so will the opposition. It will never be the same as playing at the spiritual home. Some away teams will be lifted rather than intimidated - even for Chelsea
So what happened to White Hart Lane?
I know America is on a different planet but we do have intergalactic news, try and keep up :tic:
A new stadium is being built and they've knocked down part of the current stadium. So capacity has been reduced.
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pajimoh wrote:Wembley sold out. Over 85,000 fans cheering on the mighty Spurs.

It might not be a traditional home game and it might not be to our advantage but we'll be there to enjoy a wonderful atmosphere.

The mighty Spurs - back in Europe and there to remain for a very very, very,..........long time :thumb:

Oh - Murderators - Spurs fans have decided to have a "one season" game thread. It's our team and our decision. Please allow or WE'LL swear for your matter

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Can't wait to see Monaco deal with dem overated spurs :taunt: :taunt: :taunt:
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rasak74 wrote:Can't wait to see Monaco deal with dem overated spurs :taunt: :taunt: :taunt:
Whom are man u playing in the Champions League :D
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Robbynice wrote:
pajimoh wrote:
Bigpokey24 wrote:
pajimoh wrote:
Bigpokey24 wrote:the fact that spurs chose to play in wembley makes this easy for Monaco
Probably - That's the cost of building a new stadium. It might get worse in 2017/18 when we play all league matches there.

Chelsea will go through the same when they renovate SB
I know , however i disagree on the Chelsea part. Chelsea owns Wembley, we all know how many cups have been won there by the blues
Most players dream of playing in iconic stadiums and I'm sure so will the opposition. It will never be the same as playing at the spiritual home. Some away teams will be lifted rather than intimidated - even for Chelsea
So what happened to White Hart Lane?
apart from trying to make more money, new stadium currently in construction next to the old one which will be demolished next year- so all home league games next season will be played at wembley - guess using CL games to familiarize using stadium.
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walesvilla wrote:
Robbynice wrote:
pajimoh wrote:
Bigpokey24 wrote:
pajimoh wrote:
Bigpokey24 wrote:the fact that spurs chose to play in wembley makes this easy for Monaco
Probably - That's the cost of building a new stadium. It might get worse in 2017/18 when we play all league matches there.

Chelsea will go through the same when they renovate SB
I know , however i disagree on the Chelsea part. Chelsea owns Wembley, we all know how many cups have been won there by the blues
Most players dream of playing in iconic stadiums and I'm sure so will the opposition. It will never be the same as playing at the spiritual home. Some away teams will be lifted rather than intimidated - even for Chelsea
So what happened to White Hart Lane?
apart from trying to make more money, new stadium currently in construction next to the old one which will be demolished next year- so all home league games next season will be played at wembley - guess using CL games to familiarize using stadium.
Downside of playing at Wembley - It won't feel like home at first

Upside - After playing there for about a year, if we ever get into a cup final then it will be a home ground :sneaky:
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Team news. Same team that played Stoke except Lamela replaces Victor. Attacking line up
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I expect Spurs to beat this Monaco and top that group.Those people posting on CL game when their team is not even playing in CL need to exit the thread if they trying to yap a Cl team.
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pajimoh wrote:Team news. Same team that played Stoke except Lamela replaces Victor. Attacking line up
Surprised, I expected him to start the Moose
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toyin133 wrote:
pajimoh wrote:Team news. Same team that played Stoke except Lamela replaces Victor. Attacking line up
Surprised, I expected him to start the Moose
I expect him to come in at some point but how match fit is he?
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pajimoh wrote:
Robbynice wrote:
pajimoh wrote:
Bigpokey24 wrote:
pajimoh wrote:
Bigpokey24 wrote:the fact that spurs chose to play in wembley makes this easy for Monaco
Probably - That's the cost of building a new stadium. It might get worse in 2017/18 when we play all league matches there.

Chelsea will go through the same when they renovate SB
I know , however i disagree on the Chelsea part. Chelsea owns Wembley, we all know how many cups have been won there by the blues
Most players dream of playing in iconic stadiums and I'm sure so will the opposition. It will never be the same as playing at the spiritual home. Some away teams will be lifted rather than intimidated - even for Chelsea
So what happened to White Hart Lane?
I know America is on a different planet but we do have intergalactic news, try and keep up :tic:
A new stadium is being built and they've knocked down part of the current stadium. So capacity has been reduced.
My point exactly...so it is because of money...If they can still play league games there, why not play CL games there...You lose that home advantage because of money? You get my gist now?

Btw BP, your head no dey house... :taunt: :twisted:
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Robbynice wrote:
pajimoh wrote:
Robbynice wrote:
pajimoh wrote:
Bigpokey24 wrote:
pajimoh wrote:
Bigpokey24 wrote:the fact that spurs chose to play in wembley makes this easy for Monaco
Probably - That's the cost of building a new stadium. It might get worse in 2017/18 when we play all league matches there.

Chelsea will go through the same when they renovate SB
I know , however i disagree on the Chelsea part. Chelsea owns Wembley, we all know how many cups have been won there by the blues
Most players dream of playing in iconic stadiums and I'm sure so will the opposition. It will never be the same as playing at the spiritual home. Some away teams will be lifted rather than intimidated - even for Chelsea
So what happened to White Hart Lane?
I know America is on a different planet but we do have intergalactic news, try and keep up :tic:
A new stadium is being built and they've knocked down part of the current stadium. So capacity has been reduced.
My point exactly...so it is because of money...If they can still play league games there, why not play CL games there...You lose that home advantage because of money? You get my gist now?

Btw BP, your head no dey house... :taunt: :twisted:
money and safety. It's Europe not EPL.
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