Spurs legend admits he wishes he could score a goal at the new stadium

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On Sunday night, Tottenham Hotspur held a special Super Bowl event at the designated NFL tunnel club in the east side of the new 62,062 capacity seater stadium.

Among the premium season ticket holders who were invited, was Spurs legend Clive Allen who was on hand to help host the evening.

Allen is the holder of the record of being Tottenham’s most prolific striker in a single season, having scored an impressive 49 goals in 54 appearances during the 1986-87 season.

Having scored more than his fair share of goals at the old White Hart Lane stadium, Allen has had the opportunity to take in the surroundings of Spurs’ brand new home and admitted on Twitter that he would have loved to have scored a goal in front of ‘the wall’ during his career.

The 57-year-old was referring to the single tier 17,500 capacity south stand which will generate a wall of sound.

He took to Twitter to share his thoughts.

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