The talkSPORT Pressure presenter says the worries surrounding Tottenham’s new stadium don’t come as a wonder to any one
talkSPORT presenter Adrian Durham has introduced an atypical assault on Tottenham after the hole in their new stadium used to be behind schedule.
The north London membership introduced that their new flooring is probably not able to host the Premier League fixture in opposition to Liverpool on September 15 because of issues of safety and presented season price ticket holders a partial refund.
Durham, talking on Pressure, believes everybody knew this is able to occur as it’s simply what Spurs do.
He stated: “Didn’t all of us simply know this used to be going to occur? Come on, take into consideration it.
“Didn’t you all simply know this is able to no longer be able on time? Chances are you’ll’ve stated it about Wembley ten years in the past. Chances are you’ll’ve stated it about different stadia that had been constructed.
“However didn’t you all simply know Spurs wouldn’t have it achieved on time. They wouldn’t do it proper.
“Conventional Spurs, they simply by no means get it relatively proper, do they?
“All of us knew. Each Gooner paying attention to this can be nodding, each Chelsea fan can be announcing ‘sure, all of us knew.’
“And have you learnt what’s in point of fact telling? I will simply sense each Tottenham fan paying attention to that is nodding their heads announcing: ‘he’s proper, I hate to mention it, he’s proper.’”
Wembley will host the Premier League fixtures in opposition to Liverpool and Cardiff, without a timescale recently set at the opening of the brand new stadium.
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