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= Manchester City is looking to increase the capacity of the Etihad Stadium to over 60,000. Extending the ground to that kind of level would make it eligible to host a UCL final in the future under UEFA’s capacity criteria. [via Martin Blackburn ] =

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Unless it’s affordable tickets we won’t sell out

Also we need a proper home end
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Cool! Maybe we can copy the wall type thing the new spurs stadium has, I like that
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I’m sure I heard they took inspiration from our new third tier - might be wrong
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Need to look at ticket prices if they do. Should also make one of the ends just one tier

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