Spurs stadium as a music venue

Tottenham Hotspur have indicated that their new stadium will also be used as a music venue. The new stadium which is due to open in August 2018 will be able to accommodate 61000 fans for football matches and can also be converted to host music venue.

The Tottenham Hotspurs director said that this would be a great asset for the team as this will allow them to bring additional income. The director said that it would not only be a useful mean for the team to get additional revenue it will also bring a change in the entertainment world. (more…)

Funniest chants heard at Premier League Matches

The atmosphere at football games has always been a big part of turning up to matches.  Over the years some clubs have earned reputations for having either great or quiet atmospheres but one thing cannot be denied – all clubs have come up with a funny chant or two over the years.

Here’s a list of some classics we’ve heard in the Premier League over the years:

Dele Alli

Dele Alli was a superstar for Tottenham Hotspur last season and the Spurs have a chant for the young Englishman, taking a shot at rivals Arsenal for splashing out £42.5 million for Mesut Özil whilst their number 10 cost only £5 million in comparison: (more…)

Will Hillsborough Host Premier League Football Once Again?

Sheffield Wednesday are a club with a proud history, having been one of the first clubs accepted into the Football League in the 1890s and were present in the inaugural season of the Premier League. However, since their relegation from the top flight 17 years ago, the Owls have struggled immensely to rejoin England’s elite division.

Since the appointment of Carlos Carvalhal last season the club have taken serious strides to earn promotion to the Premier League. Only a stunning strike from Mohamed Diame thwarted Wednesday in the Championship playoff final, sending Hull back into the top division at the expense of the South Yorkshire outfit. (more…)

SHEARER TIPS KANE TO BEAT PREMIER LEAGUE GOAL RECORD

Alan Shearer has backed Tottenham striker, Harry Kane to challenge for his Premier League goal record if he can avoid injury during his career.


Kane has rose to prominence at White Hart Lane in recent years, emerging as the focal point of Tottenham’s attack after several loan spells away from his parent club.

The 23-year-old won the Premier League Golden Boot award last term and has also scored seven goals this term to take his overall tally to 56.

Such a figure is still significantly behind Shearer’s record of 260 but time is on Kane’s side as the England international could conceivably play at the top level for another decade. Shearer is adamant his countryman will be in with a chance to reach the milestone as long as he avoids a significant injury lay off.

“I thought Wayne Rooney would manage or would come near to making it,” Shearer is quoted as saying by FourFourTwo Greece.

“But he seems to be moving further away, and now plays a more retracted role at Manchester United.

“Harry Kane has made a stunning start to his career in the Premier League. (more…)

Spurs will suffer financially

Tottenham Hotspurs manager Mauricio Pochettino believes that his team will suffer financially once they move to their new stadium.


He said that the outflow of money will seriously hinder their power in the transfer market and that they may have trouble in attracting the best players.

Tottenham Hotspurs is expected to make the move to their new stadium at the beginning of the 2018-19 season.

Tottenham Hotspurs have initially stated that the construction of the new stadium will have no impact on the transfer dealings, but it now appears that they have changed their opinion. Mauricio Pochettino has stated that the new stadium will definitely impact their cash flow and that they might have problems competing with clubs such as Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal when it comes to the more expensive players.

However, Mauricio Pochettino believes that the club will find a solution in order to remain competitive while they repay their stadium. He said that the club would do anything they can in order to generate money so as to get closer to the big sides in terms of revenue. (more…)

5 Big Decisions Southgate Will Have to Make

The FA have given Gareth Southgate a huge vote of confidence by appointing the former under-21 coach as the permanent manager on the senior national team on a four-year contract. The 46-year-old picked up two wins and two draws during his interim spell following the sacking of Sam Allardyce earlier this year.

England fans will be hoping Southgate can lead the Three Lions to the World Cup in Russia in 2018, but before then the new manager has some big decisions to make. Let’s look at them in detail.

1. Who will captain the national team?
There have been some rumours that if Southgate was to get the England job on a permanent basis, one of his first tasks will be to strip Wayne Rooney of the captaincy for undermining him recently by drinking into the early hours.

Jordan Henderson has been tipped to be Southgate’s next captain. He has picked up the armband before when Rooney has been absent from the team but it now looks like he will be next permanent leader of the team on the pitch. (more…)

SOUTHGATE ENDS INTERIM MANAGEMENT POSITION

England interim manager Gareth Southgate has ended his short-term deal with the Football Association after supervising a 2-2 draw with Spain on Tuesday in an international friendly clash.

The former Under-23 manager took over the senior side after the FA ‘mutually agreed’ to end the deal with former manager Sam Allardyce.

England were set to get a win over Spain until a loss of concentration allowed Spain get a draw in the international friendly affair. The final international window in 2016 saw Southgate end his short time in charge on a good note. He recorded decent achievements during his time as the national team boss. England defeated Malta 2-0 and played a goalless draw against Slovenia away last month in a European World Cup qualifying campaign. In addition, the Three Lions comfortably defeated Scotland 3-0 in the same World Cup qualifier before the result against Spain. (more…)

Is Gareth Southgate the Man to Lead England to International Glory?

Gareth Southgate has exceeded all expectations since his appointment as the temporary manager of the England national team and he has now been linked with the role on a permanent basis.

Southgate has led the Three Lions to victory in two of their three World Cup qualifying fixtures but England’s collapse in the dying embers of the friendly with Spain could give the FA reason to re-think any potential contract offer. (more…)

SPURS AND CITY: NO FINANCIAL COMPARISON

Tottenham Hotspur boss, Mauricio Pochettino is of the belief that his team should not and cannot be compared to Manchester City.

His reason was due to the difference the two clubs had especially in the area of financial powers.

While Spurs spent barely £70m on new players during the transfer window last summer, City used almost £175 million on new players, more than times two of Spurs total spending.

While City’s lineup sports a number of star players, Tottenham on the other hand, has turned their eyes towards their academy. This is particularly as the club’s financial power is limited considering the new Spurs stadium being built. (more…)

Mauricio Pochettino Brands New Stadium as ‘One of the Best’

Mauricio Pochettino believes that Tottenham Hotspur will have the best stadium in the world when the construction work on their brand-new stadium completes in a couple of years.

Spurs will be moving into a new stadium, with a capacity of 61,000, for the 2018-19 campaign. Constructed at a cost of £750 million, it will be one of the world’s most expensive stadiums. It surpasses the Emirates stadium by several hundred million, while it is also slightly more expensive than the Wembley which can hold 90,000 fans. The stadium will make the club on par with West Ham and Arsenal in terms of stadium capacity. (more…)

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