Tottenham Hotspur are finally set to move into their new stadium early next month, much to the relief of all involved with the club.
Spurs were originally supposed to move into the new stadium on September 15 against Liverpool, but delay after delay pushed this date back further and further.
It seemed as if the new stadium would never arrive, and fans may be made to wait until next season, but it appears the day is finally on the horizon.
However, club’s famously seem to take a good while to get used to a new stadium, which would be a nightmare for Tottenham.
Not only this, but the pitch itself will be in for a battering during its early days, as Spurs could play up to six home games in April alone.
Spurs will play Crystal Palace, Brighton, Man City, Huddersfield, West Ham, Everton, and a home leg against either Ajax or Juventus if Spurs progress in the Champions League.
Let’s hope that Spurs can adapt to the new ground, as well as the ground itself coping with the busy schedule.
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