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Raiders Owner: I'll Spend $500 Million in Vegas

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Raiders owner Mark Davis says he wants to move the team to Las Vegas and is willing to spend a half billion dollars as part of a deal for a new stadium in the city. 117 more words


West Ham's stadium deal: Brady's hollow veto threat, naming rights information, local ticketing and more

After a long campaign, the deal between West Ham and the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) for the Olympic Stadium has finally been published.

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The stars align for Pochettino and his swaggering Spurs

Those six minutes on Sunday when Spurs brought Manchester United’s house of cards crashing down were pure footballing joy — relief, jubilation, and finally delirium as Erik Lamela stroked home the third. 1,773 more words

2015/2016 Season

Waiting for the revolution to happen: Analysis of THFC’s financial results for the 2014/15 season

Tottenham Hotspur on Thursday published its accounts covering the 2014/15 campaign, and there are a number of points of interest for fans.

In the previous set of accounts, the club recorded a stonking £80 million pre-tax profit, in large part due to the sale of Gareth Bale to Real Madrid. 2,431 more words

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The state of the stadium naming rights market, and what it could mean for Spurs: An expert view

If there is one aspect of the new Spurs stadium scheme that generates more debate than any other, it is the question of naming rights. 1,879 more words

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New Spurs stadium the “front-runner for an NFL franchise”: Q&A with Sky Sports presenter Neil Reynolds

Of all the aspects about the new Spurs stadium scheme that interest me most, it is the NFL connection. I’ve written extensively about it: just why on earth are Spurs, a club with no knowledge or experience of American football, going to considerable effort and expense to install NFL facilities in the new stadium? 1,581 more words

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The Underground Tunnel at the National Olympic Stadium of the 1964 Tokyo Olympics: Innovation that Hasn't Been Seen Since

In his book, No Bugles No Drums, Olympic track legend, Peter Snell of New Zealand, wrote about an underground tunnel at the National Olympic Stadium, where he competed at the 1964 Olympic Games. 357 more words