Date: 12th March 2018 at 2:00pm
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It’s already been a good start to the week and I’ve got a growing smile on my face at the moment.

After proving once again we`ve got goals in us without Harry in the team and moving up in the top four race, the club has released a great collection of images for the new ground.

Thinking about it now, this season has really flown by and being at Wembley doesn`t appear to have impeded us so I`m even more excited to see what we`re going to do when we`re back at home.

For sure, it looks like the boys are going to have the perfect platform on which to start challenging properly for silverware but the experience for us lot attending the games is going to be pretty impressive too.

Of course, there`s still a bit of work to do but the latest images have got me counting the seconds down to when we start playing there and they`ll surely do the same for you.

Let`s take a look at some of the posts from the club on Twitter.


7 Replies to “Some Exciting Updates About Our New Ground Revealed”

  • Nice looking place, but I wonder if it’s for us or are they planning to market only to hedge fund managers?

  • Almost forget we’ve spent a season at Wembley – under the circumstances the team are doing brilliantly – shame we had our best PL season last year and had to leave home at the end of it – always something when it comes to us….! That said it should see us keep hold of all of our players that we want to and attract new one’s to help us challenge on all fronts. Wonder what kind of stadium/matchday revenue we’re looking at – atleast double compared to the old WHL?! QUALITY – about time we were able to compete at the top – and in keeping with the FFP rules and the new stadium that’s exactly what’ll happen.

  • If only we’d spend as much time/dedicate as much attention to detail when it comes to scouting players…

  • The only thing that interests me at a football match is the football going on, on the pitch itself. Oh and the access to the toilets! I will no doubt admire the building and the bars etc, but on my low income, the money I spend will not be on beer and cheese.

  • “on my low income, the money I spend will not be on beer and cheese,” Hot Tottingham.

    Beer maybe? In a local before an after the match. Inside the stadium? It takes a big chunk out of the rent money. Bring back SRO sections with a price everyman can afford. (if you’re under 35 years of age and your body can take it.)

  • Yes David, definitely a jar or few outside of the ground and a good ol’ sing-song too in a local THFC friendly environment. 🙂 Post match pie n chips on the long walk up the high road to the Seven Sisters tube and I’m good to go… Win, lose or draw!

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