Spurs fans have been left frustrated with the news that they are set to ground-share with MK Dons for a season.
Spurs supporters are generally frustrated with the news that the club may have to ground share with MK Dons.
The Lilywhites are looking for a temporary home as they look to relocate away from White Hart Lane into a modernised ground.
The fact that Stadium:MK is not in London seems to have aggravated the club's fans and the lack of supporters in-put in the decision has also rankled.
Although there was no stadium to pick which would have appeased the whole of the fan-base, the choice of Stadium:MK is one which has been widely disagreed with.
The ground itself holds only slightly fewer people than White Hart Lane and is a fully equipped new facility, but it will require a considerable amount of traveling from local-supporters to get to.
Most Spurs fans wanted the club to remain in the country's capital whilst their new home was being built and felt that other grounds, even with smaller capacities, would have been better choices.
Spurs intend to move into their new ground in September 2017 and it will hold 56,250, helping to increase ticket revenue and allow more supporters to watch their team play.
Here is the best reaction to the potential ground-share with MK Dons on Twitter.
I was, and will always think we should be playing in Stratford. Personally think that 1 year out of London does as much damage to identity.— Adam Nathan (@adamdnathan) October 15, 2014
Not bothered where #THFC locate to as long as stadium is built. Besides MK halves my journey to watch us play ;).— Vass Koni (@vkon1) October 15, 2014
Our history will have a permanent stain if we move to MK. It shouldn't and doesn't need to be considered. #THFC— Alan (@hotspur423) October 15, 2014
If MK goes ahead Im taking a break from the club.— Arif_THFC (@Arif_THFC) October 15, 2014
If we share grounds with mk dons we will become a laughing stock— Luke Peters (@THFC_Peters) October 15, 2014
There is no solution that would please all but as we HAVE to move away from WHL for a year it could be worse, stadium MK is a modern ground.— COYS News (@CoysNews) October 16, 2014
Without *any* fan consultation? So disappointing if true. RT @Jack_Gaughan: Spurs are closing in on an agreement to groundshare with MK Dons— Chris Miller (@WindyCOYS) October 15, 2014