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Tottenham fans are far from happy with Daniel Levy’s silence

Tottenham fans are far from happy with Daniel Levy’s silence

Tensions have been brewing at Tottenham Hotspur in recent weeks due to their lack of spending in the transfer market, but perhaps the biggest grievance of all concerns their imminent move into the new stadium which is experiencing delays. 

Tottenham supporters have been forced to be patient with the entire process of the building of the new stadium, and their patience is beginning to wear thin in light of recent information.

According to a report from The Independent, the grand opening of the state-of-the-art arena has been delayed until the end of October when Tottenham go head-to-head with Manchester City.

The situation is verging on farcical for the club who have already spent an entire season playing in a temporary home, and the supporters have every right to feel aggrieved.

In response to recent reports, Mauricio Pochettino has publicly apologised to the fans and claimed he wants to repay their loyalty by winning football matches in the coming weeks.

Pochettino’s public apology is certainly commendable and another example of his classy approach to dealing with the British media, but the fact Daniel Levy and the rest of Tottenham’s hierarchy have remained silent whilst the manager has directly addressed the issue has understandably angered a large section of supporters.

There could yet be another twist in the saga if the stadium is not ready in time for the visit of Manchester City at the end of October, and on the evidence of the delays so far it would hardly be a huge surprise if that does indeed prove to be the case.

Here’s what the Tottenham fans have had to say about the stadium situation in response to Pochettino’s statement…

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