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Micky mouse club always will be.  Still it's 1,600 more than they brought here on this occasion:

 

Newcastle United 6 Tottenham Hotspur 1

Date: 22nd December 1999 7.45pm.

 

Sunderland are at least as big as Spurs to be honest.

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http://www.tottenhamhotspur.com/ticketinfo/matchdayinfo.html?id=37

 

I see Spurs won't be filling their allocation this season. Bit disappointing for a big club :winking: I eagerly await ur comments Mr Dawson.

Not taking many up to City either by the looks of it.

 

I fail to see how that article shows we wont be filling our allocation. In future i suggest you save your comments until after the match.

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We have hardly sold out St James on many occasions this season have we!?

 

yea but we still get a lot more people than them in our ground

 

On the basis that it holds more, thats it!

 

Tickets still on general sale right now for their game with Boro tonight.

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We have hardly sold out St James on many occasions this season have we!?

 

yea but we still get a lot more people than them in our ground

 

On the basis that it holds more, thats it!

"On the basis it holds more" dear me?!?!?!!?  They never filled their little 36,000 unless they were playing us, Man Utd or Arsenal up till 2004!

 

Fact is Spurs can't even fill 36,000 for a League game half the time, they'd have as many empty seats as Man City with our capacity, and every Spurs fan on earth knows that in their hearts.

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Why are so many Toon fans absolutely *obssessed* with attendances? And do you realise how you're living up to a stereotype other clubs have of you?

 

Yeah, its impressive that you are so well supported, but it doesn't make you Real Madrid, and a lot of you seem to bang on about it absolutely endlessly.

 

Big clubs win things.  I'd have thought if you wanted to have a go at Spurs not being a big club, this would be the most appropriate fact to use, not harping on about how many fans they take to Middlesbrough.

 

Oh, and Stevie, I've been to plenty of games at SJP when it has been half empty.

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The reason is, Brummie, because we get fans taking the p*ss about our support during the 80s or whenever, and our cup attendances, when there's is even worse!

 

There's a lot of things other fans can take a pop at Newcastle for, but support definitely isn't one of them.

 

I don't know what Kingdawson was saying, tbh, you could see from the off that he was a windup merchant.

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Yeah I was under the impression this was a shot at kingdawson after he made a thread after the Pompey game about how we only had 48,000 there. It's a continuity thing.

 

Got in one mate. We dont fill our ground i know we don't, we're not the best supporters - as i said some1 else fans of Rochdale deserve a lot more credit than we do.

 

I also notice he is currently online thus making all of his arguments nullified unless they have wireless dahn th laaane these days

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We have hardly sold out St James on many occasions this season have we!?

 

yea but we still get a lot more people than them in our ground

 

On the basis that it holds more, thats it!

"On the basis it holds more" dear me?!?!?!!? They never filled their little 36,000 unless they were playing us, Man Utd or Arsenal up till 2004!

 

Fact is Spurs can't even fill 36,000 for a League game half the time, they'd have as many empty seats as Man City with our capacity, and every Spurs fan on earth knows that in their hearts.

 

oh is that right?? well can you explain this then you lying power ranger

 

http://stats.football365.com/dom/ENG/PR/attend.html

 

 

Team Pld Total Highest Average Capacity  Pct

1 Arsenal (3) 8 480290 60115 60036 60432  99.3%

2 Manchester United (1) 8 605330 76004 75666 76212  99.2%

3 Reading (6) 8 191833 24110 23979 24225  98.9%

4 Chelsea (2) 7 292670 41953 41810 42294  98.8%

5 West Ham United (17) 7 242642 35000 34663 35303  98.1%

6 Tottenham Hotspur (10) 8 284612 36162 35577 36237  98.1%

7 Portsmouth (4) 8 157767 20146 19721 20328  97.0%

8 Liverpool (5) 8 350661 44330 43833 45362  96.6%

9 Sheffield United (16) 8 237940 32584 29743 30864  96.3%

10 Fulham (12) 8 173782 24510 21723 22602  96.1%

11 Newcastle United (18) 7 347759 51569 49680 52387  94.8%

12 Watford (20) 7 131897 19660 18842 19920  94.5%

13 Charlton Athletic (19) 8 204840 27011 25605 27113  94.4%

14 Everton (7) 8 296723 40004 37090 40394  91.8%

15 Bolton Wanderers (9) 8 186716 27229 23340 28101  83.0%

16 Manchester City (11) 8 310160 42192 38770 47500  81.6%

17 Aston Villa (8) 8 274828 42551 34354 42551  80.7%

18 Middlesbrough (15) 8 224767 31424 28096 35041  80.1%

19 Wigan Athletic (13) 7 124977 22089 17854 25138  71.0%

20 Blackburn Rovers (14) 8 166381 27662 20798 31154  66.7%

 

will post up last seasons attendences as soon as i get them.

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We have hardly sold out St James on many occasions this season have we!?

 

yea but we still get a lot more people than them in our ground

 

On the basis that it holds more, thats it!

"On the basis it holds more" dear me?!?!?!!? They never filled their little 36,000 unless they were playing us, Man Utd or Arsenal up till 2004!

 

Fact is Spurs can't even fill 36,000 for a League game half the time, they'd have as many empty seats as Man City with our capacity, and every Spurs fan on earth knows that in their hearts.

 

oh is that right?? well can you explain this then you lying power ranger

 

http://stats.football365.com/dom/ENG/PR/attend.html

 

 

Team Pld Total Highest Average Capacity  Pct

1 Arsenal (3) 8 480290 60115 60036 60432  99.3%

2 Manchester United (1) 8 605330 76004 75666 76212  99.2%

3 Reading (6) 8 191833 24110 23979 24225  98.9%

4 Chelsea (2) 7 292670 41953 41810 42294  98.8%

5 West Ham United (17) 7 242642 35000 34663 35303  98.1%

6 Tottenham Hotspur (10) 8 284612 36162 35577 36237  98.1%

7 Portsmouth (4) 8 157767 20146 19721 20328  97.0%

8 Liverpool (5) 8 350661 44330 43833 45362  96.6%

9 Sheffield United (16) 8 237940 32584 29743 30864  96.3%

10 Fulham (12) 8 173782 24510 21723 22602  96.1%

11 Newcastle United (18) 7 347759 51569 49680 52387  94.8%

12 Watford (20) 7 131897 19660 18842 19920  94.5%

13 Charlton Athletic (19) 8 204840 27011 25605 27113  94.4%

14 Everton (7) 8 296723 40004 37090 40394  91.8%

15 Bolton Wanderers (9) 8 186716 27229 23340 28101  83.0%

16 Manchester City (11) 8 310160 42192 38770 47500  81.6%

17 Aston Villa (8) 8 274828 42551 34354 42551  80.7%

18 Middlesbrough (15) 8 224767 31424 28096 35041  80.1%

19 Wigan Athletic (13) 7 124977 22089 17854 25138  71.0%

20 Blackburn Rovers (14) 8 166381 27662 20798 31154  66.7%

 

will post up last seasons attendences as soon as i get them.

To him you're 17 and Soccer AM is your favourite show. 

 

To the brummie do you want a medal?

 

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We have hardly sold out St James on many occasions this season have we!?

 

yea but we still get a lot more people than them in our ground

 

On the basis that it holds more, thats it!

"On the basis it holds more" dear me?!?!?!!? They never filled their little 36,000 unless they were playing us, Man Utd or Arsenal up till 2004!

 

Fact is Spurs can't even fill 36,000 for a League game half the time, they'd have as many empty seats as Man City with our capacity, and every Spurs fan on earth knows that in their hearts.

 

oh is that right?? well can you explain this then you lying power ranger

 

http://stats.football365.com/dom/ENG/PR/attend.html

 

 

Team Pld Total Highest Average Capacity  Pct

1 Arsenal (3) 8 480290 60115 60036 60432  99.3%

2 Manchester United (1) 8 605330 76004 75666 76212  99.2%

3 Reading (6) 8 191833 24110 23979 24225  98.9%

4 Chelsea (2) 7 292670 41953 41810 42294  98.8%

5 West Ham United (17) 7 242642 35000 34663 35303  98.1%

6 Tottenham Hotspur (10) 8 284612 36162 35577 36237  98.1%

7 Portsmouth (4) 8 157767 20146 19721 20328  97.0%

8 Liverpool (5) 8 350661 44330 43833 45362  96.6%

9 Sheffield United (16) 8 237940 32584 29743 30864  96.3%

10 Fulham (12) 8 173782 24510 21723 22602  96.1%

11 Newcastle United (18) 7 347759 51569 49680 52387  94.8%

12 Watford (20) 7 131897 19660 18842 19920  94.5%

13 Charlton Athletic (19) 8 204840 27011 25605 27113  94.4%

14 Everton (7) 8 296723 40004 37090 40394  91.8%

15 Bolton Wanderers (9) 8 186716 27229 23340 28101  83.0%

16 Manchester City (11) 8 310160 42192 38770 47500  81.6%

17 Aston Villa (8) 8 274828 42551 34354 42551  80.7%

18 Middlesbrough (15) 8 224767 31424 28096 35041  80.1%

19 Wigan Athletic (13) 7 124977 22089 17854 25138  71.0%

20 Blackburn Rovers (14) 8 166381 27662 20798 31154  66.7%

 

will post up last seasons attendences as soon as i get them.

To him you're 17 and Soccer AM is your favourite show.

 

To the brummie do you want a medal?

 

 

Wow that must sting. I mean that must really leave a mark. Talking all that big talk but Kingdawson had to shut you up with hard facts. Next time maybe Stevie.

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