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Furis » 28 Gru 2016, 20:20
Tottenham’s Donna-Maria Cullen was asked for comment, and told L’Equipe: “The atmosphere of an enclosure depends very much on its architecture. We work to optimise that in the new stadium, working especially with the team that manages the acoustics of U2 concerts.
“That is why, for example, the corners of the stadium will be closed, unlike the Emirates. In addition, we insisted to the that architects that the stands be close, as at White Hart Lane. In our stadium, the pitch will be five metres closer to the fans than it is at the Emirates.”
The repeated references to Arsenal are no accident, explain L’Equipe, because Tottenham have seen how the Emirates has lost out on atmosphere. Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger will surely have preferred that the old Highbury atmosphere had been transferred, and that’s what Tottenham are trying to do for Mauricio Pochettino.
Arsenal’s move to the Emirates hasn’t been a disaster by any means, but Tottenham are keen to learn from the mistakes of their rivals and provide Pochettino with a more fiery atmosphere than what Wenger has at the Emirates.
hippopotamus » 20 Sau 2017, 14:25
Furis rašė:In addition, we insisted to the that architects that the stands be close, as at White Hart Lane. In our stadium, the pitch will be five metres closer to the fans than it is at the Emirates.”
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Tottenham Hotspur’s stadium redevelopment is a significant step closer after the club agreed a £350 million funding package with three investment banks.
HSBC, Goldman Sachs and Merrill Lynch will provide almost half of the money required to complete the £750 million rebuilding of White Hart Lane. The rest of the funding will come from advanced ticket sales, a ten-year ground rental arrangement with the NFL and a possible naming-rights deal.
Confirmation of the commercial loans is a big boost for Tottenham as they prepare to announce their departure at the end of the season from their home of 118 years. The plan is to spend a year at Wembley before returning to a rebuilt ground on an adjacent site in north London for the start of the 2018-19 season.
As he announced Tottenham’s results for the year ending June 2016 yesterday, which included record revenue of almost £210 million and record post-tax profits of £33 million, the chairman, Daniel Levy, said that the move to Wembley would not be finalised until there was greater clarity on the delivery of the new stadium, but the club are confident about the original timetable. The FA has agreed to extend tomorrow’s deadline to sign the Wembley lease agreement until next month, as revealed by The Times last Saturday.
Tottenham are committed to borrowing £90 million more than Arsenal did when building the Emirates Stadium a decade ago and accept that the funds available to Mauricio Pochettino for transfers will be limited for the next five years, much as they were for Arsène Wenger at their local rivals.
Spurs are confident of gaining a substantially more lucrative naming rights deal than the £2.8 million-a-year contract Arsenal struck with Emirates in 2004, with Levy targeting a £20 million-a-year deal for 20 years. Tottenham also expect a significant increase in match-day revenue at the new stadium as the capacity increases from 36,000 to 61,000. Yesterday’s report revealed that there are 63,200 people on the waiting list for season tickets and the plan is to focus on offering hospitality for corporate clients in advance ticket sales. The most expensive season tickets will cost £8,000.
In addition to the NFL deal, Spurs have secured £9 million and £18 million in funding from Haringey Council and the London Mayor’s office respectively to aid regeneration of the local area.
Levy said: “This financial period saw record revenues and the club’s highest-placed finish in the Premier League. We have run this club on a financially secure basis for the past 16 years while remaining ambitious and with a vision for its future growth and success.”
Furis » 21 Bal 2017, 11:28