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Tottenham face objections regarding plans for future games at Wembley

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Tottenham are facing a rejection over plans of using Wembley to its full capacity, according to the Daily Mail.

Brent Council is being urged to reject the bid to play seven full-capacity games at Wembley in 2019 as many residents claim the extra fixtures would cause them a lot of problems related to fans and travel.

The report adds that many locals have said that they chose to stay near a stadium not run by a club, and Tottenham’s usage of Wembley regularly has caused them inconvenience.

Spurs are requesting to play 10 matches at a capacity of 62,000 and a further seven at full capacity of 90,000 next year, as per the report.

The Daily Mail further adds that should the application from Spurs get rejected, games will be capped off at a capacity of 51,000 due to certain conditions when the stadium was constructed.

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Tottenham have had to play their home games at Wembley due to the new stadium not being prepared on time.

The report adds that the operators of the stadium were “pushing” their luck regarding the plans for the additional games.

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The report claims that there is a chance of us moving to the new ground in 2019, but the club have submitted contingency plans about playing at Wembley should the new venue not be ready.

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