According to an update by reliable correspondent Alasdair Gold, Tottenham have submitted a confirmed planning application to help Lilywhites supporters on their return to football matches – with ‘discussions‘ being held over a ‘Covid-19 compliant’ capacity which ‘could be within the range of 15,000-22,000 spectators’.
In this fresh update, the club appear to have a plan in helping supporters return to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, with a proposal submitted to Haringey Council in an effort to aid fans coming back to watch the Lilywhites in action.
Gold reveals Tottenham discussions
Last month, Tottenham sent an application mentioning a ‘Return of Fans’ project – in which the proposal stated ‘discussions’ were being held among the SGSA, the Safety Advisory Group and the club over a ‘COVID-19 compliant’ capacity which may well be within the range of 15,000-22,000 fans.
Gold, sharing the confirmed proposal on Twitter, has claimed this could help more Spurs fans return to matches depending on developments – with the club potentially hoping these plans will be initiated sooner rather than later.
Supporters were briefly allowed to return to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium but London moving up into Tier 3 put that joyous reunion on hold.
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Lilywhites were able to attend the north London derby, with 2,000 in attendance as Jose Mourinho’s men convincingly swept aside Arsenal to keep their place at the top of the Premier League.
As this news emerges Tottenham are preparing a plan to allow as many supporters to return as possible, without the risk of coronavirus infection, this could come as music to the ears of fans.
Only time will tell when this could come to fruition, but it’s safe to say the club will hope this can be put into action soon.
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