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D-Day For Olympic Stadium Bids


The waiting will finally be over today for West Ham and Tottenham fans when the preferred bidder to take over the Olympic Stadium is announced. Sky's Olympics correspondent Orla Chennaoui reports.

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The battle to take over the London 2012 stadium has been as fierce and vocal as pretty much any which will take place in it. Whoever wins this particular race will determine how this venue will look in the decades to come, and just as importantly who among us will get to enjoy it. West Ham would keep the running track and use the venue for athletics, football, cricket and concerts. Tottenham Hotspur would demolish much of the half a billion pounds of structure and rebuild the 60,000-seater stadium in its place, specifically for football. Two very different bids, getting the decision right is crucial.

There is so much of the aftermaths of many Olympic Games, has been marred by empty stadium, unused facilities, lots of public money appearing to have been wasted. We are not going to do that. We planned legacy into our Olympic park right from the start. It’s one of the reasons that we won.

While there’s been a lot of passionate discussion about the merits of each of the bids, the fact is they are both very strong. Spur is seemed to be the signed financial option, but they promised to deliver a legacy to helping regenerate the local area and investing in a national center for athletics at Crystal Palace. West Ham is considered to be the obvious legacy choice, but they say their finances are signed and calculations are based on the worst case scenarios. So even the club is relegated to the championship, they are still able to pay the bills. Here, meaning crucially, you and I won’t have to.

That’s not to say there hasn’t been one overall favorite in this competition. As well as being the local club, West Ham has most of their supporters and the athletics community on board. Something that spurs fans say shouldn't be a factor.

Why should Tottenham win it is because Tottenham's bid really makes more sense, and it’s much better commercially, and better for the tax payer, and better for the Olympic park a long term. Tottenham would become a great anchor, attraction if you like, for what would become a great place, a great experience place to go. The West Ham proposal, with the greatest respect to them, is flawed.

It is truly that the governments and the London mayor can still decline today’s recommendation for the stadium and it will a number of weeks of negotiating with the preferred partner until anything is signed. Whoever takes the lead today though or had a head start; that will be almost impossible to catch.

Orla Chennaoui, Sky News at the Olympic and Paralympic stadium in East London.

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venue: n. place where people agree to meet, esp for a sports contest or match 聚集地点; 会场; (尤指)体育比赛场所: a last-minute change of venue 事到临头更改的地点.

demolish: v.pull or knock down (a building, etc) 拆毁, 拆除(建筑物等)

mar: v.damage (sth); spoil 损坏(某事物); 毁损

relegate: v. dismiss sb/sth to a lower or less important rank, task or state (常用于被动语态) 使某人[某事物]降级, 降职或降低地位

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The battle to take over the London 2012 stadium has been as fierce and vocal as pretty much any which will take place in it. Whoever wins this particular race will determine how this venue will look in the decades to come, and just as importantly who among us will get to enjoy it. West Ham would keep the running track and use the venue for athletics, football, cricket and concerts. Tottenham Hotspur would demolish much of the half a billion pounds of structure and rebuild the 60,000-seater stadium in its place specifically for football. Two very different bids, getting the decision right is crucial.

There are so much of the aftermaths of many Olympic Games, has been marred by empty stadium, unused facilities, lots of public money appearing to have been wasted. We are not going to do that. We planned legacy into our Olympic park right from the start. It’s one of the reasons that we won.
While there’s been a lot of passion and discussion about the merits of each of the bids, the fact is they are both very strong. Spiral has seemed to be the signed financial option, but they promised to deliver a legacy to helping regenerate the local area and investing in a national center for athletics at Crystal Palace. West Ham is considered to be the obvious legacy choice, but they say their finances are signed and calculations are based on the worst case scenarios. So even the club is relegated to the championship, they are still able to pay the bills. Here, meaning crucially, you and I won’t have to.

That’s not to say there hasn’t been one overall favorite in this competition. As well as being the local club, West Ham have most of their supporters and the athletics community on board. Something that spurs fans say should be a factor.


Why should Tottenham win it is because Tottenham's bid really makes more sense, and it’s much better commercially, and better for the tax payer, and better for the Olympic park a long term. Tottenham would become a great anchor, attraction if you like, of what would become a great place, a great experience place to go. The West Ham proposal, with the greatest respect to them, is flawed.

It is truly that the governments and the London mayor can still decline today’s recommendation for the stadium and it will a number of weeks of negotiating with the preferred partner until anything is signed. Whoever takes the lead today though or have a head start, that will be almost impossible to catch.

Orla Chennaoui, Sky News at the Olympic and Paralympic stadium in East London
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The battle to take over the London 2012 Olympic stadium has been as fierce and vocal as pretty much any that will take place in it. Whoever wins this particular race will determine how this venue will look in the decade that is to come,and just as importantly,whom among us will get to enjoy it.
West Ham would keep the running track and use the venue for athletics,football,criket and concerts. Tottenham hotspur will demolish much of the half-billion-pound structure and rebuild the 60,000-seat stadium and its place specifically for football. To bury different bids,getting the decision right is crucial.
There are so much of the aftermath of many Olympic Games that has been marked by empty stadia,unused fercilities,lots of public money appearing to have been wasted. We’re not going to do that. We planned legacy into our Olympic Park right from the start. It’s one of the reasons that we won.
While there’s been a lot of passion and discussion about demerits to beat to the bid,the fact is,they are both very strong. Spur is the scene to be designed financial options,but they promise to deliver on legacy to help within generally the local area and investing in the national scene of athletics at Crystal Palace. West Ham is considered to be the obvious legacy choice,but they say their finances are signed and calculations are based on a worse … scenerio. So even if the club is relegated to the championship,they’ll still be able to pay the bills here,meaning crucially you and I won’t have to.
That’s not to say there hasn’t been one overall favorite in this competition as well as being the local club,West Ham has most of their supporters and the athletic communities on board,something that spur fans say shouldn’t be a factor.
Why should Totten be the winner is because Totten is the biggest. It makes more sense and it’s much better commercially and benefit the tax-payers and better for the Olympic Park in the long term. Totten will become a great anchor,attraction if you like,for what will become a great place,a great experience place to go. The West Ham’s proposal,with the greatest expect to them,is flawed.
It is true that the government and the London mayor can still decline today’s recommendation for the stadium and there will be a number of weeks of negotiating with the preferred partner until everything is signed. Whoever takes the lead today,though,will have a headstart that will be almost impossible to catch.
Orla Chennaoui,Sky News,at the Olympic and para-Olympic stadium,and is London.
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The battle to take over the London 2012 stadium has been as fierce and vocal as pretty much any which will take place in it. Whoever wins this particular race will determine how this venue will look in the decades to come, and just as importantly who among us will get to enjoy it.

West Ham would keep the running track and use the venue for athletics, football, cricket and concerts. Tottenham Hotspur would demolish much of the half-a-billion-pound structure and rebuild the 60,000-seater stadium in its place, specifically for football. Two very different bids, getting the decision right is crucial.

There is so much of the aftermath of many Olympic Games. It has been marred by empty stadium, unused facilities, lots of public money appearing to have been wasted. We are not going to do that. We planned legacy into our Olympic park right from the start. It’s one of the reasons that we won.

While there’s been a lot of passion and discussion about the merits of each of the bids, the fact is they are both very strong. Spurs has seemed to be the signed financial option, but they promised to deliver a legacy to helping regenerate the local area and investing in a national center for athletics at Crystal Palace. West Ham is considered to be the obvious legacy choice, but they say their finances are signed and calculations are based on the worst case scenarios. So even the club is relegated to the championship, they are still able to pay the bills here meaning, crucially, you and I won’t have to.

That’s not to say there hasn’t been one overall favorite in this competition. As well as being the local club, West Ham has most of their supporters and the athletics community on board, something that Spurs fans say shouldn’t be a factor.

Why should Tottenham win it is because Tottenham’s bid makes more sense, and it’s much better commercially, and better for the tax payer, and better for the Olympic park (in) a long term. Tottenham would become a great anchor, attraction, if you like, for what would become a great place, a great experience place to go. The West Ham proposal, with the greatest respect to them, is flawed.

It is true that the government and the London mayor can still decline today’s recommendation for the stadium. And there will a number of weeks of negotiating with the preferred partner until anything is signed. Whoever takes the lead today though, will have a head start that will be almost impossible to catch.

Orla Chennaoui, Sky News at the Olympic and Paralympic Stadium in East London.
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The battle to take over the London 2012 stadium has been as fierce and vocal as pretty much any which will take place in it. Whoever wins this particular race will determine how this venue will look in the decades to come, and just as importantly who among us will get to enjoy it.
West Ham would keep the running track and use the venue for athletics, football, cricket and concerts. Tottenham Hotspur would demolish much of the half-a-billion-pound structure and rebuild the 60,000 seater stadium in its place, specifically for football. Two very different bids, getting the decision right is crucial.
There is so much of the aftermath of many Olympic Games. It has been marred by empty stadium, unused facilities, lots of public money appearing to have been wasted. We are not going to do that. We planned legacy into our Olympic park right from the start. It’s one of the reasons that we won.
While there’s been a lot of passion and discussion about the merits of each of the bids, the fact is they are both very strong. Spurs has seemed to be the signed financial option, but they promised to deliver a legacy to helping regenerate the local area and investing in a national center for athletics at Crystal Palace. West Ham is considered to be the obvious legacy choice, but they say their finances are signed and calculations are based on the worst case scenarios. So even if the club is relegated to the championship, they are still able to pay the bills here meaning, crucially, you and I won’t have to.
That’s not to say there hasn’t been one overall favorite in this competition. As well as being the local club, West Ham has most of their supporters and the athletics community on board, something that Spurs fans say shouldn’t be a factor.
Why should Tottenham win it is because Tottenham’s bid makes more sense, and it’s much better commercially, and better for the tax payer, and better for the Olympic park a long term. Tottenham would become a great anchor, attraction, if you like, for what would become a great place, a great experienced place to go. The West Ham proposal, with the greatest respect to them, is flawed.
It is true that the government and the London mayor can still decline today’s recommendation for the stadium. And there will a number of weeks of negotiating with the preferred partner until anything is signed. Whoever takes the lead today though, will have a head start that will be almost impossible to catch.
Orla Chennaoui, Sky News at the Olympic and Paralympics Stadium in East London.
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The battle to take over the London 2012 stadium has been as fierce and vocal as pretty much any which will take place in it. Whoever wins this particular race will determine how this venue will look in the decades to come, and just as importantly who among us will get to enjoy it. West Ham would keep the running track and use the venue for athletics, football, cricket and concerts. Tottenham Hotspur would demolish much of the half a billion pounds of structure and rebuild the 60,000-seater stadium in its place specifically for football. Two very different bids, getting the decision right is crucial.

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is so much of the aftermaths of many Olympic Games, has been marred by empty stadium, unused facilities, lots of public money appearing to have been wasted. We are not going to do that. We planned legacy into our Olympic park right from the start. It’s one of the reasons that we won.
While there’s been a lot of passion and discussion about the merits of each of the bids, the fact is they are both very strong. Spiral has seemed to be the signed financial option, but they promised to deliver a legacy to helping regenerate the local area and investing in a national center for athletics at Crystal Palace. West Ham is considered to be the obvious legacy choice, but they say their finances are signed and calculations are based on the worst case scenarios. So even the club is relegated to the championship, they are still able to pay the bills. Here, meaning crucially, you and I won’t have to.

That’s not to say there hasn’t been one overall favorite in this competition. As well as being the local club, West Ham has most of their supporters and the athletics community on board. Something that spurs fans say should be a factor.


Why should Tottenham win it is because Tottenham's bid really makes more sense, and it’s much better commercially, and better for the tax payer, and better for the Olympic park a long term. Tottenham would become a great anchor, attraction if you like, of what would become a great place, a great experience place to go. That West Ham proposed[英音变音里边有that-->the么?], with the greatest respect to them, is flawed.

It is truly that the governments and the London mayor can still decline today’s recommendation for the stadium and it will a number of weeks of negotiating with the preferred partner until anything is signed. Whoever takes the lead today though or had a head start, that will be almost impossible to catch.

Orla Chennaoui, Sky News at the Olympic and Paralympic stadium in East London
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The battle to take over the London 2012 stadium has been fience and vocal as pretty much any would take place in it. Whoever wens this particularly will determine high ... in the decade to come and just as important like human among us will get to enjoy it.
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that 有没有变音我不知道诶……
West Ham has 我也知道是单数,但是怎么听就是have = =
还有最后一句Whoever... or... 我觉得两个动词应该都是一般现在时吧
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7# ratherwell  

that 有没有变音我不知道诶……
West Ham has 我也知道是单数,但是怎么听就是have = =
还有最后一句Whoever... or... 我觉得两个动词应该都是一般现在时吧
lulame 发表于 2011-2-21 11:19
英国人has和have不张嘴时候发的感觉像是一个介于[z]和[vz]的音呢,是不是这么发音有利于后面的most发音啊
whoever..or...里边好像前后两个不是同一个时间发生的吧,一个说今天,一个说以前,后面说未来好像
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The battle to take over London 2012  Olympic stadium has been as fierce and vocal as pretty much any which will take place in it. Whoever wins this particular race will determin how this venue will look in the decades to come and just importantly, whom among us will get to enjoy it. West Hamm will keep the running track and use the venue for athletics, football, cricket and concerts. T. will demolish much of the half a billion pounds structure and rebuild  60 thousand seat stadium in its place specifically for football. Two very different bids, getting the decision right is crucial.
So much of the aftermath of the olympic games has been marred by empty stadium, unused facilities, lots of public money appering to have been wasted. We are not going to do that. We plant legacy into our olympic part right from the start. It is one of the reasons that we won.
Well, there has been a lofty and passionate discussions about the merits of each of the bids, the factor is, they are both very strong. Spiral has seemed to be the signed financial option, but they promised to deliver a legacy to help regenerate the local area and investing in the national center center for athletics at Crystal Palace.  West Ham is considered to be the obvious legacy choice but they say their finances are signed and calculations are based on the worst case scenarios. So even the club is relegated to the championship, they are still able to pay the bills. Here, meaning crucially, you and I won’t have to.
That is not to say there hasn't been one overall favorite in this competition. As well as been the local club, West Ham have most of supporters and the athletics community on board, something that spurs fans,session be a factor.
Why should Tottenham win it is because Totteraham's bid makes more sense, and much better commercially and better for the taxpayers and better for the olympic park longterm. Tottenham will come a great anker, attaction, if you like, for what will become a great place, a great expericen paces to go. The West Ham's proposal, I have the greates respect to that, is flawed.
It is true that the governments and London mayor can still decline today's recomemdation for the stadium and there will be a number of weeks for negotiating with the preferred partner until anything is signed. Whoever takes the lead today though or have a head start, that will be almost impossible to catch.
The battle to take over the London 2012 stadium has been as fierce and vocal as pretty much any which will take place in it.

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The battle to take over the London 2012 stadium has been as fierce and vocal as pretty much any for who'll take place in it. Whoever wins this particular race will determine the highest venue even look in the decades to come, and just it's importantly whom among us will get to enjoy it. Westtown would keep the running track and use the venue for althetics, football, cricket, concerts. Totomhortsbur would demolish much of half billion pounds structure, and rebuild 6000 seat stadium in its place, specifically for football, two every different bids getting the decision right is crucial.

It's so much of the aftermath of many Olympics get Olympic Games has been marred by empty stadium, unused facilities, lots of publical money appearing to have been wasted. We're not going to do that. We plant legacy into our Olympic park right from the start. It's one of reasons that we want.

Why there's been a lot of passion at discussion about merits needed, in fact, they're both very strong. Spirits have seemed to be the sound financial option but they promised to deliver a legacy to helping regenerate its local area, and investing a new national centre of athletics at Cristal Palace. Westham has considered to be the obvious legacy choice but they say their finances are sound, and calculations are based on worst case scenario, So, even if its clubs rally to get to championship,  thus still be able to pay the bills. Here, meaning crucially, you needs an eye Wentafty.

That's not to say that there hasn't been one overall favourite in this competition as well as been the local club Westham have most of their supporters, and athletics community on board. Something that spurs its fans say it shouldn't be a factor.

Why should Totom win? It's because Totmom bid makes more sense. And it's much better, commercially, and better for the taxpayers, and better for the Olympic park. In a long term, Totnam will become a great anchor, attraction if you like for what would become a great place, a great experienced place to go. The Westham proposed with the greatest respect to them. It's flawed.

It is true that governments and London mayor can still decline the today's recommandation for the stadium and will be a number of weeks in negociating with a preferred partner until anything is signed. Whoever takes a lead today though, will have ahead start that will be almost impossible to catch.

W. Skynews at Olympic and Paralymic stadium in East London.

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我觉得应该是vocal,表明争执激烈~
柯林斯的解释:telling people your opinions or protesting about sth loudly and with confidence: He has been very vocal in his criticism of the government's policy. ◆ The protesters are a small but vocal minority.
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