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Rainy
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(Original post by jamlan)
I thought that was because they were part-funding it? :confused:
You reckon we should sign Cahill, now he's rejected Everton's new contract? He would get hardly any games, but it'd be a great wind up to play him on derby days!

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But Cahill has stunned Everton, saying: "I was keen to commit my future but it seems that won't be possible."
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(Original post by jamlan)
I thought that was because they were part-funding it? :confused:
Well is costs a blooming lot!

http://www.arsenal.com/emiratesstadi...le=Key%20Facts :eek:
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Patrick Vieira:
"Moving to a new stadium is obviously a big change for the Club, after calling Highbury home for so long. I believe moving from Highbury is the right decision in order to progress. The new stadium will be impressive and will definitely be the envy of clubs, not only in England, but across the world. It's great that the funding has been confirmed and the Club can now look forward to moving to the new stadium in August 2006."
Funding from who????
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(Original post by Raindance)
You reckon we should sign Cahill, now he's rejected Everton's new contract? He would get hardly any games, but it'd be a great wind up to play him on derby days!



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Definitely play him on derby days. The rest of the time we could play him in the reserves, if he's good enough.
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(Original post by ChelseaBabe)
Funding from who????
Rich russian ogliarch, 'nutha 'o Putin's 'ol muckers... :p:
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(Original post by jamlan)
Definitely play him on derby days. The rest of the time we could play him in the reserves, if he's good enough.
I guess he could be our League Cup player? :rolleyes:
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(Original post by ChelseaBabe)
Funding from who????
A lot of it would be loans, i think. There is no way Emirates would pay the whole £357m!
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(Original post by Raindance)
I guess he could be our League Cup player? :rolleyes:
Not yet. Give him a brush and put him in the boot room. Let him clean Gerrard's boots for a while. Once he's proved his worth, he can play in the League Cup.
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(Original post by jamlan)
A lot of it would be loans, i think. There is no way Emirates would pay the whole £357m!
depends on the length of the sponsorship though + it includes shirt sponsorship
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(Original post by fernando)
depends on the length of the sponsorship though + it includes shirt sponsorship
Shirt sponsorship will only be worth a fraction of the costin. I think Ben is right, some other Russian benefactor. :rolleyes: They complain at Chelski. New name for Arsenal Arsenopov!!! :p:
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Construction of Arsenal’s new 60,000 capacity home, Emirates Stadium, is on schedule for completion by August 2006 in time for the start of the 2006/07 season. The entire project, which spans three separate sites, will cost £357 million in total. As part of one of the largest regeneration schemes in the country, the new stadium project will also create over 2,000 new homes and 1,800 new jobs in the Borough of Islington.
Funding from Council obviously.
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(Original post by ChelseaBabe)
Funding from Council obviously.
would be unlucky if the project was delayed
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(Original post by ChelseaBabe)
Shirt sponsorship will only be worth a fraction of the costin. I think Ben is right, some other Russian benefactor. :rolleyes: They complain at Chelski. New name for Arsenal Arsenopov!!! :p:
Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester United... all sellouts? Deary me...
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(Original post by Raindance)
Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester United... all sellouts? Deary me...
ROFL!!! :elefant:
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(Original post by Raindance)
Manchester United... all sellouts? Deary me...
Haha! Those cheeky scousers!
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(Original post by jamlan)
Haha! Those cheeky scousers!
It works with Arsenal too...
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I'd love to see Cahill leave the BS... would make a wrrying pattern what with their best players leaving. Rooney, Graveson, Cahill... he'll probably renew now I've said that. Ah well, at least they have the likes of Pistone to save them?! :rolleyes:
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(Original post by Raindance)
It works with Arsenal too...
Hahaha

"You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to Raindance again"
Hmph!
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Rainy
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(Original post by jamlan)
Hahaha

"You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to Raindance again"
Hmph!
Hah, it's the thought that counts! (G'damn, I only need another 12 'til my next shiney!)

Unfortunately, it works with Liverpool as well. :frown:
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and Scunthorpe
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