Tottenham Away/Stadium Delay

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  1. Chris Holmes

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    Spurs are behind schedule with their new stadium and have moved some fixtures back to Wembley.
    So far they have changed their games v Liverpool and Cardiff, but their following home game is vs City and at the moment it's down as a TBC, so could be one to keep an eye on.

    #ClubAnnouncement#NewStadium#NFL
    Revised and provisional dates
    September 15 v Liverpool – Wembley Stadium
    October 6 v Cardiff City – Wembley Stadium
    October 14 – NFL – Seattle Seahawks v Oakland Raiders – Wembley Stadium
    October 28 v Manchester City – Venue TBC
     
  2. WEMBLEY76

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    We could be their first home game at the new stadium.
     
  3. worsleyweb

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    Said it on here months ago. It won’t be ready until December.
     
  4. gordondaviesmoustache

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    A construction project over-budget and behind schedule?....
     
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  5. manimanc

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    breaking into heaven.....
    Is that levy penny pinching again?
     
  6. worsleyweb

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    Can you imagine final account negotiations with him?!
     
  7. worsleyweb

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    Who would have thought it.
     
  8. Tim of the Oak

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    It’s beginning to look like a Northern Rail timetable, mate!
     
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  9. johnmc

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    Might be wrong here but seem to recall that they would allow a maximum of three “home” games at another venue ie Wembley and if it were to be more than 3 they would have to play all their games there.

    Have I made that up?
     
  10. Taylor

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    The actual rule is you can't use more than one venue but this already got bent for them.
     

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