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2 Premiership teams in Merseyside5 in LondonIt still figures
Do you think we will have a waiting list for season tickets for next season or will we be trying to flog half season tickets ?
Just a few years ago we couldn't fill GP so saying that the club would automatically fill a 60k stadium for the next 100 years is quite a bold statement.
When did Oxford become part of London?!
Not sure what you're trying to prove there @Ramjam , Oxford's not part of London, neither is it particularly close.
32k season tickets sold10k waiting list supposedleyAssuming you have 42k season tickets for the new ground.Say 5k for the away fans?That leaves 13k on general sale. It won't be easy to do 60k but a couple of thousand empty seats won't be an issue if we don't.
I think itís close enough to call it a London based club but if you donít fair enough I can see that to. But my point is that within the London greater area there is a hell of a lot of football teams to go around the support base of the game
It's definitely not a London based club. As mentioned by @Escla , Manchester is closer to Liverpool than Oxford is to London.Yes, there are more team down that way, but with all due respect to them many are small and of no concern to Spurs. Within the North West there are plenty of large PL based clubs, and much fewer people. The population argument (as well as tourists) is very valid, and in no way should be overlooked.
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