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Tottenham Must Inform FA Whether It Intends To Play At Wembley In '17-18 By End Of March

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 01 / 19 / 17

Tottenham must inform the FA "by the end of March" whether it intends to play Premier League football at Wembley Stadium next season, according to Tom Collomosse of the London EVENING STANDARD. The north London club is "pressing ahead" with plans to stage "home" league matches at the national stadiu...

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