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Emirates Watch: Onion Bags In Place

Ashburton Grove now has somewhere for Thierry Henry to smash the ball. The posts are in place.

One of the most important bits of kit for a football match is the posts, and now, at the Emirates, we have some.

Click here to see the posts being secured in place.

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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Tuesday June 27 2006
Time: 11:59PM

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Oh really goalposts, bet you can't wait to see Terry knocking in a few and wait you may well have to. Where is the news that with less than a month to go you dont have a licence to operate the stadium and now full public consultation on controversial match-day road closures has been given. If local councillors refuse to agree to close these roads, then the stadium cannot open." 6 are opposed. The police have confirmed that, without the road closures, they will oppose granting Arsenal a stadium licence - a legal requirement under the Football Licensing Act. And Chief Superintendent Barry Norman, Islington's top cop, has separately voiced his fears about crowd safety on match days, especially as planned upgrades to nearby rail and tube stations have been axed. That is just part of it, parking coaches the the surrounding roads rather than in underground parking stations, the emergency services not being able to get through, the list goes on and you have goalposts.
TeddyLyon
28/06/2006 01:25:00
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Obviously major capital expenditure for Arsenal when there is a big announcement like this, maybe next you could splash out and get some white lines as well but will understand if the piggy is a little empty after this.
GreenGiant13
28/06/2006 07:03:00
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The emirates era is only weeks away to begin
kenyanrudeboy
28/06/2006 07:24:00
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cashburton grove looking alrite, cant wait to win there! gilberto and eboue to fall over each others legs again, and keano to score a hatrick!
elmo85
28/06/2006 09:11:00
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Me thinks there are some bitter comments from non-Arsenal fans being posted!!! Are all you guys a little scared and upset that our new stadium is gonna be better than all yours? I admit that the goalposts aren't huge news (unless your a Gooner!!! and if you're not then why even click on the link to bring you here???) And as for Mr Teddylyon??? do you honestly think that the stadium won't be open for the new season??? really, do you think that??? No seriously??? That's what I thought, you're just being a silly little ****** aren't ya???
scooch
28/06/2006 09:42:00
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we shudnt really be bothered about wht these ppl say anyways...come on ...emirates era awaits the gunners...by the way"keano to score a hatrick????"when was the last time we saw dat happening...as far as my spurs memories are conerned, i can only thnk of the west ham match...i guess spurs eat too much to play...food poisoning???haha...west ham played better...
ryder87
28/06/2006 10:06:00
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Tut tut tut, Teddy dont hate, congratulate. Gunners4Life!!
StryfedaGunner
28/06/2006 10:48:00
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You know Y non gooners are lookin at Cashburton. Because it will be the greates stadia (& Pitch) in the UK
StryfedaGunner
28/06/2006 10:54:00
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Its looking good. I'll look forward to visiting it this season. Glad to see that it's been built as a proper stadium and the fans are close to the pitch.
FEn_100
28/06/2006 13:19:00
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LMAO !!! some people make me giggle ... jelousey is a horrible thing ... you really need to learn how to control it the emirates isnt to far off completion ... TeddyLyon do u really think we would this amount of cahs would be splashed out if the didnt ahve all the licenses you talk like a A***Whole. It is sad that you will sit and write all that for no reason what so ever ... Emirates Stadium Will soon be alive and kicking ... what a sight it is going to be
Achilles
28/06/2006 14:15:00
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