Sport New Spurs stadium taking shape

11:21  13 october  2017
11:21  13 october  2017 Source:   Sky Sports

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TOTTENHAM fans approaching the new season at Wembley with trepidation will be heartened by images that show their new stadium taking shape . The £750million, 61,000-seat arena will be ready for Spurs to play in from the start of the 2018/19 season.

Spurs are set to move into their new home next summer and the work has been taking place at rapid pace. New aerial photographs show the rapid progress that is being made with Tottenham's tunning new stadium .

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Work is continuing on Tottenham's new White Hart Lane stadium with the club releasing the latest pictures of the rebuild.

The revamped venue will become the largest club football stadium in London with a capacity of 61,559, overtaking the 60,000 Arsenal's Emirates Stadium holds.

The single-tier South stand will accommodate 17,500 home spectators alone when the club returns to their old home next season.

Spurs have endured an inconsistent time at their temporary Wembley base to date.

Tottenham have not won a Premier League match at England's national stadium, drawing twice and losing once.

However, Mauricio Pochettino's men alleviated the growing pressure by beating Borussia Dortmund 3-1 in the Champions League and Barnsley 1-0 in the EFL Cup at the ground.

Saturday's opponents Bournemouth have also struggled, both home and away this term, and have just one victory from their opening seven top-flight fixtures leaving them second-bottom of the table.

Spurs' LaMarcus Aldridge gives praise to Gregg Popovich about contract talks .
Aldridge arranged a one-on-one talk with Popovich over the summer to clear the air about trade talks.When asked what went into his decision to sign the extension, Aldridge said, "I just went off of how I feel. I feel like Pop's been great. I feel like this preseason has made me feel so much more comfortable out there. I've been myself, and I feel like I'm going to help us win. I went off how I felt, and just in the moment, I did it.

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