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popillius

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Probably keeping as much of it looking like a golf course to make Bale feel at home. Once the paperwork is all sorted, boom! Job done.
This isn't going to go away for a long time is it? The question is, will it be as legendary as Superscout's list, Joe Fox's betting system or our smashing Office Depot shirts?
 

Mike - True Blue Tinter

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... or the
This isn't going to go away for a long time is it? The question is, will it be as legendary as Superscout's list, Joe Fox's betting system or our smashing Office Depot shirts?
Not to mention the 2007 4-1 defeat of Watford that never happened as the parting shot of ‘mad dog’ Allen!
 

jb5000

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Dirty? Surely we should be pleased to hear something's been done about the tagnut problem
 

Mike - True Blue Tinter

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Wow! That is a serious set of structures being built there. If they want the same level of quality build for the stadium development, surely it would be better to build a new state-of-the-art stadium rather than patch up our cheap wobbly stadium?

Our stadium was built at a cost of £1000 a seat compared to the new Spurs stadium which cost £16,000 per seat!
 

doolochfox

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My cousin is a surveyor He said the wobble was essential to the integrity of the stadium. I questioned his qualification.
 

Micky

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Wow! That is a serious set of structures being built there. If they want the same level of quality build for the stadium development, surely it would be better to build a new state-of-the-art stadium rather than patch up our cheap wobbly stadium?

Our stadium was built at a cost of £1000 a seat compared to the new Spurs stadium which cost £16,000 per seat!
So if we have plastic seats, what do they have?
 

TornadoShaunUK

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Wow! That is a serious set of structures being built there. If they want the same level of quality build for the stadium development, surely it would be better to build a new state-of-the-art stadium rather than patch up our cheap wobbly stadium?

Our stadium was built at a cost of £1000 a seat compared to the new Spurs stadium which cost £16,000 per seat!
I think we'd be better off building a new any way. There is not exactly ample parking around the stadium and Leicester's roads get very busy on a matchday. We'd be better off looking at somewhere else out of the center just off the M1 or something....
 
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