Tottenham delay move to new stadium over 'safety issues'


Dele Alli silenced the complaints about Tottenham's lack of signings as the England midfielder sealed a 2-1 win at Newcastle in their Premier League opener on Saturday.

"I think that we deserved at least a draw", Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez told reporters.

The only surprise was that, after Alli's 18th-minute victor, there was no further goal, with both goalkeepers, Martin Dubravka and Hugo Lloris, forced to make a string of impressive saves.

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The club played all their home fixtures at Wembley previous year but had planned that their new stadium would be open in time for their first home fixture of the 2018-19 season after they requested dispensation from the Premier League to play three of their first four league matches away from home.

"I think they have to understand that when you start building a new team with a new manager and a completely new way it may take time", he said when asked if fans need to be patient. "We conceded and reacted well, and then showed good fight", the Newcastle coach said. Yes we can sit and have the age-old debate of whether Mitrovic can do it in the prem, but the reality is, it dosen't matter whether he can or not because Rafa didn't want to play him for whatever reason.

But only captain Hugo Lloris got past that stage as France lifted the trophy - and the goalkeeper can sense his teammates' latest disappointment during the summer has only fuelled their desire for success.

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Tottenham fans appear rather less dissatisfied, despite their club failing to make a single addition to Pochettino's squad since the end of last season. He worked a lot for the team.

Spurs travel to Newcastle United on Saturday lunchtime looking to get their season off to a strong start after the Lilywhites ended up in third place in the table last term under Mauricio Pochettino.

He added: "It was always going to be hard coming to a place like this on the opening day of the season to play such hard opponents, so this result makes me extremely proud of the players. As far as I can see, Tottenham are set up for another good season and just because they didn't get caught up in the mayhem on the final day doesn't spell trouble" he said.

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