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‘Still hasnt sunk in’ – Tottenham Fans Get Emotional On Twitter As Spurs Bid Adieu To White Hart Lane

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Tottenham are set to end their historic time at White Hart Lane and this will happen on Sunday when Spurs take on Manchester United in what is going to be a historic contest. It is an emotional game for every Tottenham supporter out there as the club would be bidding adieu to their home since 1899. After more than a century of football at the Lane, the time has come to depart.

However, the new stadium will give us all a little bit of consolation, although White Hart Lane will remain in our memories forever. Tottenham have achieved so much at the beautiful stadium and nobody can deny that.

A lot of great players and managers have graced the stadium and a lot of drama has happened during these years, irrespective of whether it was positive for Tottenham or not. Even the fiercest of rivals would miss playing at White Hart Lane as it has a lot of history behind it.

The stadium move has been the talk of the town and a lot of fans are finding it really difficult to come to terms with the reality of moving out of the Lane. Supporters took the Twitter to share their memories and express their feeling. We managed to gather a few tweets and put them together.

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  1. Rob

    May 12, 2017 at 2:49 am

    You accumulate a lot of memories over a period of 118 years. Each surviving generation remembers with respect and adoration the good times and the not so good times that made White Hart Lane the historic monument it has become and that in it’s current position will kindly blanket it’s spirituality with what has made Tottenham Hotspur the club they are today. I feel privileged to be a part of this historic transition and will embrace our future with all my heart. I also feel lucky, relieved, call it what you want, to have an owner (Joe Lewis) and a Director of Operations, Daniel Levy running the show, making the deals authorising the commitments, etc. Having the sort of vision no other PL owner has. Stop and think of the owners of the other PL clubs. It’s scary. We could of ended up with someone like one of them.. The naming rites will bring in much revenue but in my heart the new stadium will be the new White Hart Lane, Long live White Hart Lane and long live Tottenham Hotspur Football Club. COYS!

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