Tottenham Hotspur fans have had an up and down week, after qualifying from their Champions League group the fans have been in dreamland. However, their club has brought all of the fans back down off of cloud nine with an update on their new stadium, which fans can read on the Tottenham website.
An update on #SpursNewStadium.
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) December 12, 2018
As you can imagine, the news is not good and the club have confirmed that when they host Manchester United in the Premier League on January 13th, it will be held at Wembley. The fans are growing increasingly frustrated as they continue to wait for the new ground to be ready and will hope that they can enjoy most of the second half of this season back in North London where they belong after suffering 18 months at the national stadium.
The joy of playing at Wembley has worn off now, and any magic that was in the FA Cup will have evaporated for Premier League sides, who know that they need to just be in the top flight to book a trip to the famous ground. However, next season will see Tottenham in their new stadium for sure, and hopefully, the Lilywhites will get some good news in the coming weeks, with the aim of playing football back at home by February.
You can read the Lilywhites’ verdict on the stadium update here:
— (@thfce) 12 December 2018
Oh no the picture is back…
— Ant. (@AnthonyCOYS) December 12, 2018
Just announce we will not be there this season
— Morgan Skipp (@mskipp991) December 12, 2018
Not that pic
— Brandon (@COYSBrandon) December 12, 2018
— Wayne Nightingale (@waynetheyido) December 12, 2018
Yous are now 4 months behind schedule
— Sarah (@BackAndFoyth) 12 December 2018
Just make sure we can play our Champions League Round of 16 match at the new stadium. #THFC
— M. Radzi™ (@Radzi2805) December 12, 2018
Tottenham fans everywhere will hope they don’t have to see the hallowed ‘stadium update’ picture ever again as they will their new ground to be opened as soon as possible.