This is nothing more than to take White Hart Lane out of the lexicon.
It sounds like stadium sponsors aren't willing to bite unless Spurs take pro-active steps to keep supporters from referring to the new stadium as NWHL.
This was on the OS:
If Brighton lose their FA Cup quarter-final match on Sunday 17th March we shall play Brighton on 6th/7th April (subject to Champions League scheduling) and Crystal Palace on 23rd/24th April.
This is what passes for News these days? Sad.
Even the article itself thinks its bogus:
"It’s not just us. Outlet ABC, from Paraguay, where the player was born, doesn’t trust the claims either.
The outlet points out that Julio Cesar Torres hasn’t played for Blooming de Santa Cruz’s first...
I support all the Spurs players on international duty.
Spurs do get a benefit - as the more players who are internationals, the more widely supported the club becomes - which leads to more revenue directly, and indirectly via more TV matches.
I understand the concern about burning the players...