Stadium for our conference league home matches

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Where should home ties be played at??


  • Total voters
    65

JimothySE23

SE23 in the streets, N17 in the sheets
Honestly, I get you people don't like this competition, but saying it's the same as the Audi Cup is just mental. It's not the same as the Audi Cup. That was a preseason friendly tournament.

We rallied against Levy entering us into the Super League because it's a closed shop, goes against the spirit of the game, everything should be on merit. Well guess what, we're here on merit. We've had a disaster of a season. Now we've got people on here sulking, claiming we shouldn't even have our manager at matches, claiming matches should be played at the training ground with no fans. How entitled and spoilt do some of you sound for fans of a team with two league cups in 21 years.

It's not the inter-toto fucking cup. It's not the Audi cup. Yes it's not as prestigious at the Champions League, but we're not fucking in the champions league. And nor do we deserve to be.
 

JimothySE23

SE23 in the streets, N17 in the sheets
I hope this is true.I would love to go there.
I mean, to be honest there are stadiums like that in the early Champions League qualifiers too. This isn't unique to the Conference League qualifiers. But some people on here have taken the ribbing and the banter far, far too seriously and personally.
 
£5 for under 18's £10 for Adults get the stadium full to watch Spurs take on a bunch of Goat herders from Azerbaijan! :levyeyes:
Levy would be mad not to, this is the cups fledgling year, UFEA obviously want it to be a success I’m sure, and no better way to gain some favour from UFEA than to showcase this thing at a packed WHL every game....We are one of the biggest, if not the biggest draw in it, and we should advertise the club in that way....
 

Paul Gascoigne

Forum Jester
Levy would be mad not to, this is the cups fledgling year, UFEA obviously want it to be a success I’m sure, and no better way to gain some favour from UFEA than to showcase this thing at a packed WHL every game....We are one of the biggest, if not the biggest draw in it, and we should advertise the club in that way....
And he'll sell more food !
 
Levy would be mad not to, this is the cups fledgling year, UFEA obviously want it to be a success I’m sure, and no better way to gain some favour from UFEA than to showcase this thing at a packed WHL every game....We are one of the biggest, if not the biggest draw in it, and we should advertise the club in that way....
Great post. Couldnt agree more. Would also be a nice gesture from the club to release free tickets to local schools in the area to grow our next generation of supporters. Pack the place out and also give the young players a taste of what those European glory night's might feel like when we hopefully get back to the ECL.
 
They really should just make the tickets extremely cheap and pack the stadium out. Use it as a vehicle to sell a ton of food and beer, build goodwill with the fans and hopefully see a number of comfortable wins.
 
The games could and should be great opportunities for fans that can't afford the bigger games to bring their kids down and get them bitten by the Spurs bug.
There is no downside to the competition except to have to put up with the snobs decrying it. The same who sneer when we beat teams below us in the table.
 
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