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[Photos] Exciting Images Of Tottenham’s New Stadium Construction Released By The Club – Shows Huge Progression

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With less than two weeks remaining for 2017 to come to an end, Tottenham fans have already started counting down the days until they can watch their beloved club play in their new home for the first time.

Although Spurs of late have performed well at the Wembley Stadium, the national stadium is not exactly the home for the supporters, with manager Mauricio Pochettino admitting that this season’s home games feel more like away days.

“The feeling is much better when you play away from home than at Wembley. Because you feel that when you play at Wembley, you are playing away from home too sometimes. That is the reality,” Pochettino told in November.

With results not going Spurs’ way in recent weeks in the Premier League and dissatisfaction among fans with life at Wembley Stadium, Tottenham’s official Twitter account released a number of photos of how work is progressing on the new stadium construction.

Spurs announced the news by revealing more images of the impressive building process, which is expected to be completed in time for them to move in for the 2018-19 Premier League season.

Supporters will be pleased to see that work is certainly progressing well ahead of the opening date. There is a genuine progress since last month. Last week, the construction of the new stadium reached another milestone after all four stands were joined up. The new cladding is being installed at the very top of the construction on that end, which will give the stadium it’s bowl look once it’s finished.

As per football.london, the new south stand – which will hold 17,000 fans once it’s completed – has now been joined to the east and west stands. It’s quickly rising at the Park Lane end and the enormous ‘trees’ that will support the structure have sprouted to new heights.

With the club installing trees to support the huge stand, the latest pictures show that the towering trees are now connected to the south stand.

Given that close to 1,400 people are presently working day and night on site, progression on the construction is certainly visible as the opening day draws closer.

Despite the construction work continuing to be on target, the bill for the new White Hart Lane has risen from £400million to a monstrous £1billion, which will make it the most expensive ground in Europe, according to Daily Mail.

Let’s hope the stadium is ready before the brand new season kicks-off. If everything goes to plan, we should be playing our first game in the new stadium in around eight months’ time.

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