Spurs failure to complete the construction of their stadium on time has already caused the team plenty of problems. According to the manager, the effect of the delay in completing the arena in time is now pinching him and his team so hard. Their home game match that they are set to play Fulham was meant to be the only game that they were to play in Wembley. Now, the club has backtracked in all these games. They have also recently announced that the other two matches will be on 15th September where Spurs will play Liverpool. There is also the 6th October match where Tottenham Hot Spurs will play Cardiff. The match is scheduled to be played at Wembley.
The match against Liverpool was supposed to be the curtain raiser for the Spurs’ new stadium. Mauricio Pochettino wished that this match was played at White Hart Lane. The new stadium was delayed with vital safety systems. The fourth game that Spurs will be playing will be against last season’s Premier League winners Manchester City. This will be on 28th October. The match was also pushed forward to Sunday due to broadcasting reasons. This will mean that they will not be able to use their home Stadium and will also not use Wembley if their Stadium is not completed. This is because of the fact that there will be an NFL match that will be played in that stadium. This unplanned pressure has frustrated Pochettino when it comes to developing his team.
Mauricio said that they were all disappointed by the message that was passed by the club’s top management. Mauricio delivered this message in a conference briefing ahead of their weekend game against Fulham. He went on to note that he was sorry for himself, his players, fans and everyone. The chairman of the club tried to see things as planned with the board. The manager congratulated the Chairman for the efforts that he had made. Mauricio Pochettino felt so bad because his team will not be able to deliver in their first home game against Liverpool on the 15th of next month. Pochettino wished to curtain raise the first game in White Hart Lane. Mauricio also pointed out that they were not sure of where they were going to play the game against Manchester City. On the other hand, the English Premier League management is so keen to keep all the games played during the weekends.