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Originally Posted by El Argentino View Post

That would look awesome, but what on earth then happens to the Bridge?

Whatever the hell happened to Highbury.
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Originally Posted by Sir Humphrey Appleby View Post

Thinking of getting a ST next season. Can only make Saturday games at the moment but I should be able to sell it on through the supporters club for the rest. £582 to watch the league winners WGUAFC.

You're a Leeds supporter, right? That seems crazy expensive for a season ticket for a Championship team.
post #3303 of 3717
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Originally Posted by embowafa View Post

Whatever the hell happened to Highbury.

You can live there

http://www.arsenal.com/history/arsenal-stadium-highbury/the-stadium-highbury-square

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post #3304 of 3717
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Originally Posted by DLester View Post

Here is what it supposed to look like.
Amazing. Also amazingly expensive.
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comparative sizes: Bridge, Battersea, Emirates (?). You can see how it could work.
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All the butt-ugly shit around it can go, but the stadium can stay.
post #3305 of 3717
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Originally Posted by Reynard369 View Post

You're a Leeds supporter, right? That seems crazy expensive for a season ticket for a Championship team.
Yeah, Bates prices.

If Chelsea have to move away from Stamford Bridge I suppose that new stadium looks OK, if they can get it right on the inside it would be good.
post #3306 of 3717
what a game arsenal norwich was. Morison's goal was fantastic and there should have been 3, if not 4 penalties and Ramsey should've been sent off.
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All I know is RVP's brace = happy fantasy day.
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1-0 Chelsea, Ramires goal. Don't really care who wins, I hate them both.
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Cech save was a heartstopping moment

At game #2 for the day now, Sounders......starts in 5
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Originally Posted by DLester View Post

Cech save was a heartstopping moment
At game #2 for the day now, Sounders......starts in 5

Was a great save by a keeper who generally would give you folks the shakes. Liverpool controlled the game after Carroll came on--clearly played above my expectation. Perhaps he should have started. Terry looks old and less than fit. Wondering if Bayern can capitalize. Drogba's diving is just pathetic. They guy can hold off five players unless . . . . he wants to flop.

It was a good win for Chelsea, but it was quite poorly played by Liverpool.

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Originally Posted by Burton View Post

Was a great save by a keeper who generally would give you folks the shakes. Liverpool controlled the game after Carroll came on--clearly played above my expectation. Perhaps he should have started. Terry looks old and less than fit. Wondering if Bayern can capitalize. Drogba's diving is just pathetic. They guy can hold off five players unless . . . . he wants to flop.
It was a good win for Chelsea, but it was quite poorly played by Liverpool.
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Be hard to capitalize on his lack of fitness when he'll be in a suit hanging out in the stands thanks to a certain red card in the semi-finals.
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Originally Posted by Reynard369 View Post

Be hard to capitalize on his lack of fitness when he'll be in a suit hanging out in the stands thanks to a certain red card in the semi-finals.

Yeah forgot that fact. I can't tell who that benefits. You would think that would be a loss for Chelsea, but Carroll made him look silly today and that was certainly unexpected.
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Messi scored his 50th liga goal yesterday. That's fucking retarded. 72 in all competitions. That's more than most teams.
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I am a little worried about Newcastle beating City somehow, not even going to watch. We always come close and then let it slip away.

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Originally Posted by Cardigan Brah View Post

I am a little worried about Newcastle beating City somehow, not even going to watch. We always come close and then let it slip away.
When was the last time Man City came close to winning the league?
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