Tottenham Hotspur head into the new Premier League campaign on the back of making it into the Champions League final and will play their first full season at their brand new 62,062 capacity seater stadium.
Spurs announced yesterday on their website that they have made some changes to their match ticket sales process but there was one detail which stood out to supporters.
The club have decided to downgrade the visit of West Ham United on Saturday March 21st to a ‘Category B’ game which puts them in the same bracket as the likes of Brighton, Southampton, Watford and Crystal Palace.
It is the right decision from the club when you consider that category ‘A’ games are typically reserved for the bigger clubs in the league who challenge for a top four finish.
West Ham did indeed become the first team to win at our new home and is something which they will remind us for decades to come, but the stark reality is that we are a club on the up while they will be nothing more than a mid-table Premier League side at best who are there to make up the numbers.
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