Just seen their advert in today's Evening Standard. When I get a chance to upload or the non-London guys I will do. Furthermore Geoff Hurst has been spouting this shit:
"I convinced someone of something therefore I must be right."
what is this thread bro?
yes we have tickets for Sunderland on sale
And you want a 60,000 sweater stadium?
The thing that pisses me off is that West Ham goons have this assumption that they are a big club when their performances over the past 20 years don't warrant this belief.
If they were a stable Premiership club like Everton or Tottenham who never have a general sale for league games then I'd back that stadium being used for football.
I'd much prefer for Stratford to become the base of Athletics UK ahead of Crystal Palace. But if the stadium has to be used for club football, I'd rather Leyton Orient had the stadium, but they are honest enough to admit that they wouldn't fill it
st andrews>>>>>>>>>>>>>>olympic stadium tbh
james cordon on the advert ffs lol
West ham thou >>>
dunno how ppl can hate that club
https://us.cdn3.123rf.com/168nwm/step...background.jpg Yes, This is AMP
getting the stadium will help us be a big club if were not already from fans u apparently know and build a lasting legacy barring any problems we should move in for the 2014/15 season and hopefully it will be our 3rd consecutive season in the PL on the way to much needed stability
and the 2 teams u mentioned still have tickets on general sale for the next home game
hope they get it tbh
Queens Park, Scottish Third Division. Hampden Park - 52,000.
Sunderland, Premiership. Stadium of light - 49,000
35-40K capacity is about right for West Ham. 'Stability' comes from financial and footballing performance. If you stay in the Premiership and don't overspend, that will give you far more stability than the Olympic stadium will without other of the aforementioned.
Yo won't make a last legacy renting the stadium - which what you'll be doing and don't forget this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2017_Wo...s_in_Athletics
Means that you either won't be moving in in 2015 or you are keeping the Athletics track with no 'stadium improvements' until at least 2017.
Everton appears to be though so I'll give you that.
Although I disagree with Tottenham moving to Stratford, they are the team with the sort of stature that should be moving into the stadium. West Ham aren't in that league yet, and that satidum isn't going to project them there. Man City got the Ethiad in 2006, but that isn't why they are murking now. Sunderland have had their stadium for 15 years now. Done them wonders...
Couldn't really call them tottenham is they are based out of east london tbh.
Was 100% against bidding for the Olympic Stadium tbh. Still want something to happen at Northumberland Park, god knows if anything will happen though.