Alasdair Gold reveals key Tottenham Hotspur advantage if Project Restart goes ahead
According to reliable journalist Alasdair Gold of Football.london, Tottenham Hotspur could be handed a huge advantage if Project Restart goes ahead as planned.
With games likely to be played at neutral venues, Tottenham are likely to be better placed than our rivals in acclimatizing to the situation. Spurs have spent a rather nomadic lifestyle in the past couple of seasons as we waited for our new stadium to be completed.
It has seen us play our home games at the Wembley Stadium and even the Stadium MK. Having to adjust to unfamiliar surroundings could be our salvation if Project Restart incorporates neutral venues as expected.
“Spurs have been prepared for this sort of plan (playing at neutral venues) perhaps without entirely realizing it.”
Given that our players are better used to such a situation compared to our rivals, it could help us close the gap on the top four. Tottenham are currently 8th spot, seven points behind fourth-placed Chelsea with nine games left.
We will also be aided by the return of a number of superstars who had been absent since January. Harry Kane, Son Heung-min, Moussa Sissoko and Steven Bergwijn have all recovered from their injuries and are raring to go.
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Playing at a neutral venue is likely to be less of a shock to our players compared to our rivals. With a number of their best players returning, Tottenham have been given the opportunity to end the season on a high.
Although we have fallen behind in the race for the top four, the two key advantages should give us enough ammo to push our rivals all the way to the end.
The game is not over until the final whistle. Spurs can still make a meal of it if they choose to.