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Tom Huddlestone comments on Tottenham's facilities and Daniel Levy

Mauricio Pochettino, Manager of Tottenham Hotspur looks on during the UEFA Champions League group B match between Crvena Zvezda and Tottenham Hotspur at Rajko Mitic Stadium on November 06,...

Tottenham Hotspur moved into their new stadium earlier on in the year as they have had mixed results and performances on the pitch so far.

Fireworks are let off from the roof of the stadium during the opening ceremony ahead of the first Premier League game to be played at their new stadium, the English Premier League football...

Tom Huddlestone has claimed that Tottenham's training ground is the 'best in Europe by miles' as he also thinks that their new stadium is 'out of this world'.

The former Spurs midfielder also thinks that Mauricio Pochettino perhaps would want more backing from Daniel Levy in the transfer market.

As Spurs were moving into their new stadium, they didn't sign any players for a number of windows before they returned to action this summer and purchased a number of top-quality talents. 


Speaking to The Debate on Sky Sports Premier League (06/11/19 10:20 pm), Huddlestone shared his thoughts on how Spurs have changed since his days of playing at White Hart Lane. 

“My last season there we had just moved into the new training ground which is one of the best in Europe, by miles,” Huddlestone told The Debate. “For the lads to have the facility, day in and day out, there's no better place to do your work.

“I haven't actually been to the new stadium yet but that looks out of this world. They have the right man in charge. And the chairman is very clever with the way he does his business.

“I'm sure the manager wants backing a little bit more within the transfer window, but it is quite a different club from six or seven years ago.”

Tom Huddlestone of Tottenham in action during their training session at Spurs Lodge on September 28, 2010 in London, England.

Huddlestone spent near on eight years at White Hart Lane as they tasted European football for a brief period when he was there.

But since Pochettino's arrival, they have been regulars in the Champions League, as the Argentine has taken the club to the next level.

After reaching the European Cup final last season, it seems as though the club have hit a bit of a stumbling block of late.

Head coach Mauricio Pochettino of Tottenham Hotspur applauds the fans after the UEFA Champions League group B match between Crvena Zvezda and Tottenham Hotspur at Rajko Mitic Stadium on...

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