(Video) Time lapse footage shows progress made to new Spurs stadium over past week

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Dom Le Roy

I’m fed up of talking about the Watford defeat, so instead, I’m turning my attention to how work has progressed at the site of the new Tottenham Hotspur stadium over the past week.

The time-lapse footage has been rolling 24 hours a day to capture every piece of work which has been done to the 62,062 seater stadium.

Inside the stadium, one of the most noticeable differences has been the installation of the navy blue seats directly in front of the camera in the north stand.  

It’s just a shame that fans won’t be sitting in these seats in a fortnight’s time when we should have faced Liverpool at the stadium as part of our official curtain opener.  Then again, if we play like we did at Watford – we’re better off at Wembley until we get our act together!

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  1. Several aspects of the performances of some key players have been concerning me. Dele has consistently been holding onto the ball for a fraction too long. His speed of thought has just not been quick enough; Eriksen’s mind seems to be on the money he could earn at PSG. His performances have been well below par. Is playing three at the back stilting our fluency? If so, drop it. It’s time to give Harry Winks a real chance to shine. We miss Lamela’s unorthodoxy. Without him and Sonny, there is no plan B. And here’s a thought: I love watching Liverpool and City burst out of the blocks in the first halves of matches. With us, we are so dreadfully ponderous. Until Watford, we always tended to be a second half team.


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