Tottenham Hotspur fans who are attending this evening’s Premier League clash against Wolverhampton Wanderers face a tricky task of getting home.
Those who are travelling back to London by train will have to rush to get to the station. With the match at Molineux finishing at around 9:30 pm, it would give fans just 12 minutes to get to Wolverhampton station before the train departs at 9:42 pm to London Euston.
The risk of any injuries and additional time being played would considerably shorten the window in which the Spurs fans would have to make it to their train which is around a fifteen-minute walk to the station. In reality, fans would have to leave in advance of the final whistle being sounded by Mike Dean.
Tottenham have moved to reduce the impact on the poor travel arrangements by offering season ticket holders and club members return coach travel to fans for a very reasonably priced £10.
The club posted a statement on the official Spurs site to announce the travel arrangements: ‘We are delighted to be able to offer season ticket holders subsidised coach travel to our Premier League fixture against Wolverhampton Wanderers at Molineux on Saturday 3 November (kick-off 7.45pm).
‘For our trip to Wolverhampton we are aware of limited rail services post-match that will make public transportation back to London difficult.
‘We have a large and loyal fan base and we are pleased to be able to assist supporters in making this trip with subsidised return coach travel priced at £10 per person.’
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