Player Valuation: £8m
I'm gonna guess building in the Arizona desert or the Munich city limits has nowhere near like the levels of scrutiny that building on a WHS does.Oh Everton..... what a disappointment and what a wasted, golden opportunity. When you see the images of designs by suprastadio, and the fantastic stadia in the US, you can't help but despair at the lack of imagination. It's the 21st century but that stadium could have been designed 30 years ago.
That would be great for about three games a season. Anybody who knows this area will know the fanzone is where it should be, as sheltered as possible. Not to mention it's closer to the main entrances from Regent Road.And why oh why have the car park on the river side of the stadium? The fans plaza should be located there - it could be a tourist attraction for tourists to the city to visit during the week and have a fantastic view of the river and city.
You have no way of knowing from what you've seen whether these features are there or not. I'm pretty certain both the Club and architect are aware of the unique site they have.How about a restaurant and an observation deck at the top of the stand looking to the river on one side and into the stadium on the other side? That stadium will just be used on match days and that will be it. We could build something that will earn revenue for the club throughout the year not just on match days.
The design will never please everybody but how about a bit of patience until the official renders, images and spec is revealed eh instead of acting like a kid at Christmas who wanted Subbuteo but got Test Match instead.It should be an iconic design that inspires but that design is just boring.