Dangerous levels of dust found in North London stadium trophy room
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The Health and Safety Executive has been called in after unacceptable levels of dust has been found in a north London football facility. A spokesman for the Emirates stadium confirmed that the dust had been found in the trophy room of the building. "It appears that the room has not been used in 8 years and this has lead to the build up of dust", he said, "We normally use argentum to prevent this build up, but this has been in extremely short supply since 2005", he continued.
There has also been a link with the dust to the psychological state of many of the supporters of Arsenal, the football team housed at the Emirates. Levels of frustration, bewilderment and anger show a direct correlation to the current dust crisis. Critics of the team's manager, Arsenal Wenger blame his lack of defense against the dust for the situation. "Every year we appear to be on course to deal with the dust build up", a supporter was quoted, "Then over a 2 or 3 week period it just seems to appear".
"I did not see the dust", Mr Wenger said, "I have not been in the room recently, in fact the last time was several years ago when myself and my friend, Sir Jimmy, gave a group of youngsters a tour of the stadium".
Looking at the headline I thought you meant Spurs, although that's more likely to have been made of asbestos
No, Spurs will be Baled out this year!
would be a good one-liner if "North London stadium" was replaced with something else...
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