Tottenham’s ‘Big Six’ spot has been rated in controversial plans
The project big picture proposals tabled by Liverpool and Manchester United have sparked much debate in English football this week, with the future of the Premier League and sport across the country at stake.
Under these proposals, the Big Six plus Everton, Southampton and West Ham United would have more control over the operation of the Premier League if more funds were distributed in the pyramid.
Tottenham Hotspur is counted as a member of the Big Six, but their place as an elite member of the Premier League is a somewhat new development.
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Soccer. London’s David Dubas-Fisher has examined how Spurs has some catching up to do: Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham finish together in the top six for the first time in the 2010/11 season.
The Portuguese football expert gives the new Spurs striker the tip to shine
According to Portuguese football expert Tiago Peres Costa, life in the Premier League will be “easy” for Tottenham Hotspur’s new striker Carlos Vinicius.
Vinicius moved to Spurs for the 2020/21 season on loan from Benfica. After a season in which the Brazilian scored 24 points and assisted 13, he finished the top scorer in the Portuguese NOS league and Costa believes the striker will continue that form in England.
“He’s a striker, a number nine, a striker with mobility and he has a great left foot,” said the sports TV journalist Official Spurs website.
“One of the things he can improve is his right foot work, but last year he developed his head game – he scored a lot of goals with his head.
“When he arrived in Portugal he wasn’t very good in his head but now he’s developed that part of his game very well.
“He is only 25 years old. He’s very tall, he’s strong against defenders, he’s very good at taking and holding the ball and connecting with the players around him to get them into the area. He’s very good with his left foot – he hits the ball very well with it. ”
The third phase of the stadium plans is approved by the Council
Tottenham Hotspur has received approval for the third phase of their plans to continue building their new stadium and redeveloping the area around the huge North London venue.
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Monday night saw Haringey Council Approve planning subcommittee Spurs’ plans for ‘Northumberland Terrace’ to revitalize an area behind the High Road to the northwest of the stadium.
The club has a terrace with listed buildings along the High Road, which also includes the headquarters of the Percy House club foundation.
The other buildings on the terrace would be restored in line with the works on Percy House as Tottenham Hotspur pushes ahead with their plans to revitalize the local community.
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