Lordy! I think not...

  Quickbeam 15:38 18 Nov 09

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At least some people have common sense these days, you could never have any credibility at an Ashes test in 'The MacDonalds Cricket suoerbowl'... could one?

  wiz-king 15:53 18 Nov 09

How about 'The National Coal Board Homefire Stadium' that would be OK for the Ashes.

  dagbladet 16:08 18 Nov 09

I'm not sure that this particularly represents "common sense".

Commercial sponsorship has become part and parcel of sport these days. If it was a choice of my club (Gillingham FC) going out of business or the ground being re-named the Poundshop Priestfield Stadium (I tried to keep it realistic) I'd go for survival every time. The ground is currently sponsored by a local Building Society, but frankly no-one ever refers to it as the KRBS. The Emirates is a grand name for a grand stadium. What's the fuss?

  Kevscar1 16:18 18 Nov 09

7000 new seats but 10 years to build. I take it everything will be done by hand. No power tools or cranes etc.

  tullie 16:21 18 Nov 09

Personely i couldent care less what a stadiums called.

  dagbladet 11:37 19 Nov 09

"7000 new seats but 10 years to build. I take it everything will be done by hand."

At that rate of progress my missus assumes that I am carrying out the work.

  Quickbeam 15:48 19 Nov 09

The dagbladet stadium... No, that doesn't work for me.

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