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The CPO's left the club with no choice. I knew it would come. This is one of the only few remaining ways to boost turnover and we either compete, or get left behind.

I don't see why it should be a problem? Regardless of what it's named, most people will still truly know it as The Bridge.

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He said this a while ago and it didn't happen. I don't think anyone wants to pay too much money on a stadium that already has a name, because everyone will refer to to it b its original name. Look what happened with St. James park aka the Sportsdirect.com.

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The CPO's left the club with no choice. I knew it would come. This is one of the only few remaining ways to boost turnover and we either compete, or get left behind.

I don't see why it should be a problem? Regardless of what it's named, most people will still truly know it as The Bridge.

I agree with the last bit Elliott. SportsDirect.com @ St. James' Park never really caught on, almost everyone still calls it St James' Park. No matter what it's called officially everyone will still call it Stamford Bridge (which is perhaps why they are having trouble getting sponsors on board.)

It's a Hobson's Choice really. Either we stay and it's called the Samsung Bridge (or you know whoever stumps up the cash) or we move and it's called Samsung Arena or stadium or whatever. We might as well get used to it.

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If it means we can stay at the bridge then its a small price to pay. Plus they can call it what they want, it will always be the bridge to the fans.

How long do you actually think we will stay at the bridge? If Roman wants a new ground it will happen one way or another.

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I would rather a move than rename the stadium, it is kind of a lesser two evils to me.

I voted no to a move although I am coming round to the evitable.... to be a big European club I am afraid we have to. To me it is like moving from your old family home, it is a wrench but onwards and upwards.

I did sense in the tone of Gourlay (who I am no fan of) spitefulness for the no vote.

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I would rather a move than rename the stadium, it is kind of a lesser two evils to me.

I voted no to a move although I am coming round to the evitable.... to be a big European club I am afraid we have to. To me it is like moving from your old family home, it is a wrench but onwards and upwards.

I did sense in the tone of Gourlay (who I am no fan of) spitefulness for the no vote.

And rightly so, no voter fans are being counter productive.

Over cautious and a lack of faith moreso

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It will be embarrassing if it ends up being called the 'Samsung Arena'

Why? We have been associated with Samsung for a while now and they are a huge international company making quality electronic products.

What wouldn't be embarrassing? The Mothercare Arena? The Dixons Dome? The Parc de Poundstretcher?

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The naming rights is a must for us if we are to compete with the rest of Europe's elite. Already we have had City signing a major deal and no doubt the others are all looking into various ways of making revenues with the Fair Play payments in mind. At the end of the day it doesnt really matter what its called if we are to fulfill our asperarations to stay within the top 10 clubs in Europe.

Martin Samuels was writing in the Mail yesterday about Real Madrid and a land deal they have done.

Clever old Real Madrid have found a way of making the books balance again. Florentino Perez , the club president, has been searching for land near the Bernabeu Stadium, with a view to building a shopping centre.

Fortunately, he has a good friend in Alberto Ruiz Gallardon, mayor of the city and a leading figure in Spain’s People’s Party (Partido Popular).

Gallardon has generously agreed to swap a piece of land in the middle of town, for another that Madrid own in Las Tablas, a nondescript suburb.

The acreage in Las Tablas was most recently valued in Madrid’s accounts at £420,000. Strangely, the land from the city was worth £19million.

The explanation is that the city owed Madrid roughly £17m from a previous transaction 13 years ago, although some remain sceptical about the details.

Sounds like a job for Jacobo Beltran, one of the nine members of the UEFA Financial Control Panel set up by president Michel Platini to study the proper implementation of financial fair play.

Although as Beltran

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/article-2058320/Fabio-Capello-knows-compare-John-Terry-Joe-Schmo.html#ixzz1d7en8qVb

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