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24-01-2011, 8:35 AM
On the 7th day he created Manchester
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Football stadiums with running tracks are usually pretty crap in terms of atmosphere and distance from the players, so I can see why Spurs want to get rid of it. On the other hand it seems a shame to demolish a perfectly good stadium as they intend to do. West Ham want to reduce the capacity from 80,000 to 60,000 after the games, but largely leave it as it is.
I'd be amazed if the Hammers didn't win this, but it'd look awfully empty if they're still bumping around the Championship when they move in.
You can understand why they want to cut it form 80k to 60k; we could never fit 80k into the stadium, tbh i doubt we could fit 60k into the stadium especially if we drop to the Championship.
Gut feeling is we won't drop, head says we will and heart hopes we don't. We have some very good players who will probably end up being sold on; as we do every other year and get rid of some of the best premiership players around, just to keep afloat.
We were hit badly by the Icelandic fiasco followed by this season numerous 1st team injuries. If we survive it will be the quality of the players 1st and 2nd team seniors and juniors who pulled us through one of the worst seasons we have had since i can remember. We have no Tevez to help this year but with the quality of Upson Noble and Green back in form, we may just get through. If not i fear for the loss of these three greats.
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