Etihad Campus, Stadium and Collar Site Development Thread

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  1. warpig

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    I didn’t think segregation took any seats out nowadays. I thought it was fixed fencing with stewards on the steps either side (??)
     
  2. warpig

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    Superb appointment. Poacher turned gamekeeper.
     
  3. warpig

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    Leicester at home last season looked 5000 down give or take
     
  4. JOGAMIGMOG

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    Watched the Madrid derby last night and very impressed by Atletico's new stadium which is another ground better than ours. The fact is that soon we will be well down the pecking order when it comes to stadia both in capacity and design.
    We have built a superb training facility, one of the world's best. We have acquired some world class players. The final piece in the jigsaw HAS to be a significantly bigger and better stadium. If we build, say an 80,000 capacity stadium now (not in ten years or whatever) then this would be a show of intent by the club to dominate World football for generations to come.
    Can we not just ask the club outright what's going on?
     
  5. gkmcfc

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    At the Cityzens event yesterday from the Legends lounge you can do nothing but be impressed by our stadium. The future expansion of the North stand will see a very imposing and impressive ground. For me the final piece of the jigsaw is a designated home end, accessible and good value pricing and no end of noise.
     
  6. gazzaa2

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    If there was more of them they'd be less rammed and some with proper pints.
     
  7. salfordbluetrue

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    think at the ground is good but the walk up is dull bars cafes and restaurants need more than once a week customers we need other reasons to take that walk, an ice ring driving range and ski slope may be the answer with our better transport links but we definitely need a supporters club a museum would not go down badly
     
  8. Manchester1894

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    After looking at the list below, I think a museum would be the best to pull in visitors but not to engage and make people come to the football. Instead it needs to be a leisure destination, take a film in, bowl, eat, laser tag, trampoline, stay in a great hotel etc. I also wonder how a cinema built under a new expanded roof could work in our favour? At the moment, you can go and watch Leicester away at the Legends lounge. Imagine, if a cinema screen showed all the 3pm ko's at the Etihad?! I can dream

    The 20 most popular UK attractions

    1. British Museum - 6.42m
    2. National Gallery - 6.26m
    3. Tate Modern - 5.84m
    4. Natural History Museum - 4.62m
    5. Southbank Centre - 3.9m
    6. Somerset House - 3.44m
    7. Science Museum - 3.24m
    8. V&A Museum - 3.02m
    9. Tower of London - 2.74m
    10. Royal Museums Greenwich - 2.45m
    11. National Portrait Gallery - 1.95m
    12. Chester Zoo - 1.9m
    13. Kew Gardens - 1.83m
    14. Westminster Abbey - 1.82m
    15. National Museum of Scotland - 1.81m
    16. Edinburgh Castle - 1.78m
    17. Royal Albert Hall - 1.66m
    18. Scottish National Gallery - 1.54m
    19. St Paul’s Cathedral - 1.52m
    20. British Library - 1.5m
     
  9. blue b4 the moon

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    Trouble is the National Football Museum never seems that busy so a whole area with one just for us as a centre piece I don't think would be that busy.
     
  10. kinkladze10

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