Spurs legend calls for calm among supporters

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Former Tottenham Hotspur striker Jurgen Klinsmann taken to Twitter to call for fans to be patient after the new stadium was delayed once again.

The club confirmed on Friday evening that the 62,062 seater stadium will not be open until next year.

Spurs were originally due to start playing in their new home from September 15 when Liverpool were scheduled to be the visitors in the Premier League only for failures to “critical safety systems” to see the move date delayed to the frustration of the fanbase.

Instead, fans must put up with watching their side play at Wembley Stadium up to and including their game against Wolves on December 29.

Chairman Daniel Levy admitted in a statement that he is being cautious in respect of the timetable for re-scheduled test events and official opening game.

Klinsmann who played for Spurs on two occasions is held in high regard by the supporters and wants them to remain calm.

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