- Feb 5, 2018
The bold bit is not really right. It would have been possible to set up safe temporary access even as far back as September, if the stadium itself had been safe to host a match - that's why the test events were scheduled in August, before the problems with the alarm system were discovered. Safe access and egress is a major component of the test events. If they'd needed the external works to be 100% complete, they wouldn't have tried.There seems to be a lot of external ground work to be completed on the Park Lane end of the build.
My assumption is that it will need to be pretty much 100% complete and safe before it's used as the last thing they want is a supporter (especially away fans!) tripping over something etc.
That's just my opinion though.
I saw a fat bird fart on my mates head and follow through.Me too. I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched C-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhäuser Gate. All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain. Still, Stadium is looking good tho.
FIFA 19 is your best bet. Sure there’s quite a few stills floating about.
'Drop all your fackin' tools lads.. someone's nicked my Raybans!!!'https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/daniel-levys-car-broken-spurs-13664867
Daniel Levy's car has been broken into........wait for it.....apparently this is the "latest stadium setback" according to The Mirror!!
Not exactly - the story states that Levy is parking in the Sainsbury location, because of the delay in the stadium car park.
The break in is a result of the delay, not a cause of the delay...
TheMirror said:It is the latest setback for the club for whom Tottenham’s new £1billion arena have seen them playing at Wembley for the remainder of this calendar year.