Date: 30th March 2021 at 12:45pm
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A lot of Tottenham Hotspur fans have flocked to a post from TranSPURS, which has relayed news from The Secret Footballer concerning the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

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Spurs have had quite a few odd players over the last ten years, but can you remember them? Here is the first one, who is this former Tottenham man?

The Secret Footballer, a best-selling author and ex-Premier League footballer, claims that Tottenham are in discussions with British Airways over the £250m naming rights to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

This has drawn the attention of these Spurs fans who are not happy.

Would be called the British airways Stadium …..I can see the banter coming our way Why us”

@kamalbirdihotm1

Straight into the pockets of Joe Lewis”

@AlanWarren77

Straight in ENICs pockets…”

@JosephMcMenamin

Do you want this deal to happen?

No, surely we can find someone else

No, surely we can find someone else

Yes, it would be a good deal

Yes, it would be a good deal

BA are said to have lost a huge amount of money over the last year, so these doubt the company are in talks over Spurs’ stadium.

What a ridiculous headline…. pure economics should tell you that it is impossible. Back to the drawing board/ rumour mill you must go….”

@Rosebags66

British Airways is skint. Who makes up this nonsense?”

@Gertcha1882

Airlines finances were not good before the pandemic now it’s likely governments are going to be propping up flag carriers airlines for a while. Utter nonsense I reckon”

@abishop1980

The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium’s naming rights have remained unclaimed since the ground opened in 2019, but if this rumour is true, then that could be about to change.

However, judging by these Tottenham fans’ reaction, many wouldn’t be keen on this happening, but considering the rights are worth £250m, you would think that could help Spurs out of the financial difficulty they are in.

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