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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Monday July 3 2006
Time: 11:04PM

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This might sound like a daft comment, but I was pleasantly surprised by the amount of wood that has been employed in the building of the stadium. Places that I've been to, such as the Riverside and the Britannia, are just glass and metal mainly, and look out of place. The wood gives a good feeling of continuity and tradition. I look forward to getting along, at some point...
NeilBaker
03/07/2006 23:31:00
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Agreed NB - Many of the stadiums I visited last year were very industrial, the board have taken into account our history and tried to incorperate as much of it into the new stadium as possible. All the great players, teams, managers, matches & seasons have all been remembered in one way or another around the place. It's nice to see.
Rocky7
03/07/2006 23:39:00
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" very very very impressive"
millers4eva
04/07/2006 00:35:00
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Looks like they chopped down half the amazon rainforest!!!
pitythefool
04/07/2006 10:12:00
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Cant wait I just got my tickets for the Bergkamp testimonial on 22nd July 06 the new Ashburton era begins
StryfedaGunner
04/07/2006 12:33:00
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No tlong till its finnished only2 more weeks
kenyanrudeboy
04/07/2006 15:51:00
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Can sum1 pleade tell me y it says england on the seats and not Arsenal or gunners????????????????????????????????????????
Adilson
04/07/2006 15:58:00
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Adilson. The seats at Ashburton will be red, they look white because they have a plastic protective cover on. The builders have just being having a bit of world cup fun.
Rocky7
04/07/2006 17:26:00
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I must say what a stunning stadium that is! Looking forward to seeing that on MoTD!
KevinE
04/07/2006 22:47:00
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Looking good lads.
FEn_100
05/07/2006 16:14:00
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