Tottenham Hotspur fans have had their say on where the club should move for the 2017/2018 season.
News broke yesterday of a dispute which will see Tottenham Hotspur play in a temporary home for the 2017/2018 season ahead of their move to a new White Hart Lane Stadium.
Speculation started instantly over where Spurs could be forced to play their home games for that season, with a number of options instantly suggested; Wembley, the home of their rivals Arsenal and the possibility of sharing the Olympic Stadium.
London based website London24 gave Spurs fans the opportunity to vote on where they wanted to see the team playing in three years time and the results, at the time of writing, showed an unsurprising preference for the side to play at Wembley.
Wembley is arguably the best stadium for football in the United Kingdom and it would certainly be a superb backdrop for Mauricio Pochettino’s side to try and win some silverware to put in their trophy cabinet.
The second preference according to the poll on the London24 website was a move to the home of League One side, the MK Dons, with barely a split between the Emirates and the Olympic Stadium as options.
Those two options being bottom of the pile shouldn’t be a major concern considering the tension that would likely follow as a result.
The Emirates, the home of Arsenal, would be a strange move considering the bitter feeling which exists between the North London rivals and the Olympic Stadium would be similar, as West Ham United will be based there.
It’s Wembley or bust for the supporters who voted until the new White Hart Lane ground is open for the 2018/2019 season.