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Toe Poke Daily: Simply some of world football's most stunning stadium views

Some football pitches are worth travelling to the Arctic Circle for.

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Jump to: 'Holding' on to what he's got | Harden turns up for Dynamo game

Mexican club Monterrey completed one of the more surprising transfers this week by signing striker Vincent Janssen from Tottenham.

The Netherlands international had a terrible time in England, scoring just two Premier League goals in three seasons, but his previous goal-scoring exploits for AZ Alkmaar explain why Los Rayados are convinced he is the man to help them improve on last season's semifinal appearances in both the Apertura and Clausura championships.

As for Janssen's decision? Sure, joining the reigning CONCACAF Champions League holders was a factor and yes, the chance to live in a different culture on a new continent is not to be sniffed at.

But we reckon the real draw for Janssen will have been the chance to play his home games at the Estadio BBVA Bancomer, looking up at the stunning Cerro de la Silla mountain.

And that is all the excuse we need to bring you some more of football's most stunning stadium views.

Holding on to what he's got

You're not going to trick Arsenal defender Rob Holding that easily...

One Spurs fan thought he'd get himself a unique object -- an Arsenal signature on a Tottenham shirt.

But just like he does when opposition strikers enter the penalty box, Holding closed it down.

Harden turns up for Dynamo's Leagues Cup game

James Harden is smack in the middle of his NBA offseason, but instead of jetting off to some exotic locale to lay on the beach, he's out getting a first-hand look at one of his latest ventures.

The Rockets star bought a minority stake in Major League Soccer's Houston Dynamo, in the same city where Harden plies his trade professionally and came out to see the team play in the inaugural Leagues Cup against Liga MX side Club America on Wednesday night.

Harden looked pretty happy when he rolled into BBVA Compass Stadium, and was out of his seat and dancing when DaMarcus Beasley scored a late equaliser

Unfortunately, he left disappointed after Giovani dos Santos netted the winning penalty in a shootout after the match finished 1-1.

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