The Times are running with a March opening date for The New Destination™.
The Harry Hotspur blog ran a piece some weeks ago claiming that a corporate client had been advised that his box wasn’t going to be ready until at least March.
More recently, there was what any half intelligent soul would recognise as a controlled leak – courtesy of the former Spurs man Paul Miller – who was quoted in The Sun as saying that the arena wouldn’t be fit to open its doors until the end of February.
The consequences of all this are blindingly obvious, but let’s not miss out upon an opportunity to recap on the fiasco.
This means season ticket holders have another 5 months of applying for refunds, waiting for the one 19th of their ticket’s value to be issued to their account, and then withdraw the funds into an ordinary banking account.
This also means that more corporate clients are likely to demand straight refunds as they didn’t get the facilities to entertain their clients in that they paid for.
And finally, Pochettino and the team get to watch the attendances shrink every time they play at Wembley.
Great work from quite rightly the highest paid chairman in the division.
Thank goodness under Levy’s auspices we could never be threatened with any sort of insolvency because of colossal debt.
Oh, hang on…
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