Wembley


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a southeastern part of Greater London that is the site of the English national soccer stadium

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Eluemunor, 22, was born in Chalk Farm - less than 10 miles from Wembley Stadium.
Burnley have played at Wembley only five times in their history - with their most recent appearance coming in 2009 when they beat Sheffield United in the final of the Championship play-off.
There is also a Wetherspoons, JJ Moons, near to Wembley Central tube station which serves the usual food and drink.
Pochettino's comments came last season, when his team's travails at Wembley - their temporary home for European matches - were under the microscope.
The Green Man, Dagmar Avenue, Wembley, HA9 8DF The Green Man is a hotel, pub and restaurant around five minutes walk from the stadium.
Spurs will say goodbye to their White Hart Lane home of 118 years when they play their last match against Manchester United on Sunday before a season at Wembley while they build a new stadium on the site of their existing ground.
And Pochettino wants to accustom Spurs to their temporary home so the mental block which seemed to afflict them in this season's European home games at Wembley does not damage them again.
His uncle Kevin is happy to pass on the creation outside Wembley after insisting it has been a lucky charm throughout the march to Wembley.
Walk around the stadium: The new Wembley boasts a pedestrian walkway known as the main concourse (Level 1).
GUS Poyet wants to create history by becoming the first man to take Sunderland to Wembley twice in one season.
Jack Scott You''ve done the club and yourselves proud by getting here, now go out there and enjoy yourselves in (hopefully) our only Wembley appearance this year.
MORE than 40,000 Swansea City fans are heading to Wembley on Monday for the Championship play-off final against Reading.
I PLAYED in an FA Cup semi-final at Wembley for Luton in 1994, when we lost 2-0 to Chelsea.
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