Should THFC Be Embarrassed?
Sundays clash at Wembley against Chelsea has been deemed as high-risk by the appropriate authorities, meaning, due to various restrictions the Stadium will only have a maximum, at the latest count of around 70,000 spectators.
My understanding is that Spurs supporters had to be registered with the official THFC website prior to the 1st July 2017 deadline to have any hope of a ticket. Those who applied after the date mentioned above have no hope of going to our first Premier League home game of the season.
Only high-risk matches have these sort of restrictions and so home games against the likes of Burnley, Bournemouth etc will be allowed to go on general sale. In other words we could have 90,000 watching the so-called lesser teams and 20,000 less for the bigger matches.
Oh and just in case you didn't know but Chelsea have sold their entire 3,000 allocation.
Could we see similar Wembley images against the likes of Liverpool, Manchester United, Manchester City and Arsenal?
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Should Tottenham Hotspur FC be embarrassed?