According to an article in The Sun, Tottenham fans are less than impressed with recent pictures of the clubs new exclusive hospitality areas at their new stadium if Twitter is anything to go by.
The article says the club released images of their luxury ‘On Four lounges’ which they claim will “redefine the premium experience in football.”
It adds how we are in the process of building our new stadium which is due to be completed in August 2018 and the club have given fans a glimpse of what to expect whilst announcing that six “world-renowned” chefs will run the restaurant.
The article adds that the club claim that fans will also be able to enjoy a money-can’t-buy experience such as being able to view the presentation of the Man of the Match award and the chance to meet the player.
However it does say some supporters don’t think any awards should be dished out with their latest plans.
One fan fumed: “Who’s got the money for this then?” whilst another said: “Is that Harrods in disguise?”with another supporter believes the club are alienating “proper fans.”
He wrote: “Why don’t you show your actual fans what they’ll get to see, as this corporate s*** alienates your actual, proper fans.”
The article adds how one fan joked: “Good use of TVs. Can watch the game whilst ordering your prawns.”
while a self-proclaimed Tottenham fanatic said: “That must be life… rich and pretentious.”
What are your thoughts on what looks like a very corporate set up. Are the club alienating the “ordinary” fan or are they taking advantage of earning as much as they can from the project. Let us know your thoughts.
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