Opposition fans describe Tottenham’s new stadium as a toilet after new aerial update

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Jealous opposition fans have tried to rile Tottenham Hotspur photos after a series of new aerial images were released by the club.

The photos of the new stadium development were taken high above N17 and has led to fans from other clubs comparing the shape of the 62,062-seater stadium to a toilet seat.

There are now over 3,000 people working on the stadium around the clock in a race to be ready for the first Premier League match to be held at the new venue when Liverpool are the visitors on Saturday 15th September.

You’d expect nothing less from Arsenal and West Ham fans who have to endure sitting a considerable distance away from the pitch, while Chelsea cannot even break ground on a new stadium and have thrown the towel in, pretty laughable really.

The reality is, we are on the verge of moving into the largest club stadium in London, which will be the envy of the rest of the Premier League.

I just wish Tottenham and more so, Daniel Levy would pull his finger out and get some new signings into our club so we can focus on some positive news ahead of the new season.

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  1. So so sad….comments from Arse & WH . Spurs are up with the ‘big boys’…yes that’s include Arse who if we’re honest are going through change. Spurs are so much in a better position tho. WH crack me up… do well to stay in the PL ( in a non football / rented ground….) ok poss 13th ish

  2. It is quite ridiculous really that such a prestigious piece of architecture is being so immaturely compared – by rival fans of course – to a toilet seat. I think it basically demonstrates the tired and sadly predictable element of football rivalry that attracts crass and petty minded individuals like moths to a flame, when will these people learn to recognise the value of a progressive sporting attitude. The reality is these people just cannot handle the thought that their rivals are doing well with an exciting project coming into fruition imminently


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