One of the Chief engineers for Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Nick Cooper, has commented on the reasoning behind delays to the project.
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium delays
Cooper has admitted that the project has been asked to be completed at “double time” meaning delays are to be expected.
The chief engineer has also called for patience with the stadium set to be “the greatest that’s ever been built.”
Cooper told the BBC:
“We’ve tried to do something in double time.
“If you look at any other project of this nature you wouldn’t have achieved as much as we’ve achieved with the stadium.
“Be patient with us, we understand the frustrations.”
Cooper also labelled the stadium:
“The greatest that’s ever been built.”
Mauricio Pochettino on Tottenham Hotspur Stadium: “I hope before the year ends”
Meanwhile, Mauricio Pochettino has revealed Daniel Levy has offered him reassurance Tottenham Hotspur Stadium will be complete before the end of the year.
The Argentine spoke of his confidence that Spurs will have moved into the 62,000 capacity stadium by December.
“I am confident this year.
“I had a private conversation with Daniel.
“I think they are confident. They are working hard to try to find the solution.
“I hope before the year ends, before Christmas, we can play. That’s my wish.”
The Daily Mail understand that the club have earmarked Burnley on December 15 as the date of the first game at the stadium.
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