Wembley Stadium

  Ho-Lin-Sok 13:46 10 May 2007
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It appears that many of the red coloured seats will have to be replaced as they are fading to pink already. Looks like only the highest quality products have been used, hope the concrete is genuine.

  dagbladet 14:01 10 May 2007

Anywhere between 10000 and 17000 depending which paper you read. The builder is paying for the replacements. This comes on top of 5000 that had to be replaced earlier. It's the 'posh' padded seats that are affected.

  Totally-braindead 14:18 10 May 2007

They must have used the same contractor that built the Scottish Parliament in which part of the roof collapsed.

  Jak_1 14:23 10 May 2007

Pink suits AIG!

  dagbladet 14:24 10 May 2007

Jak-1

Why?

  Forum Editor 15:16 10 May 2007

It has nothing to do with the contractor - the fading is believed to have been caused by a problem with the way the dye reacted to the recent strong sunshine.

I'm sure it will all be sorted out quite easily.

  dagbladet 15:19 10 May 2007

What is it with red? It seems to happen with cars as well.

  Bingalau 17:25 10 May 2007

As an Evertonian, I would just like to say red is a lousy colour.

  spuds 17:48 10 May 2007

I bet they didn't get the red dye using this method click here

  daisy2bell 18:29 10 May 2007

As an Evertonian, I would just like to say red is a lousy colour.


As a adopted liverpudlian, red rules LOL

  The Brigadier 18:30 10 May 2007

Is Pink not the new Red?

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