Published: Mon, October 29, 2018
Sports | By Toni Houston

Tottenham Stadium will not be ready until 2019

Tottenham Stadium will not be ready until 2019

Pep Guardiola has said Tottenham have proved they are more than a "Harry Kane team" after his comments upset Maurcio Pochettino last season. "There's no Kyle Walker anymore, the fact that Dembele is not the player he was".

"I think for me they are the best team today in England, fantastic players, an unbelievable manager", he said. Whereas, all the other teams have.

Liverpool knocked City off the top with a 4-1 win over Cardiff on Saturday, but Guardiola's men can regain pole position on goal difference if they beat Tottenham at Wembley.

"When things like this happen they show the best of us".

"It know it will be tough, I will be unfair, I'm pretty sure of that".

'I think we are thinking about trying to perform better and improve, ' he said. You can win or lose, but we're excited to face them.

"I think timing is so important in football and timing is going to be cruel on this Tottenham team".

Spurs originally planned to play Monday night's match at their new home, but delays saw them revert back to their temporary Wembley ground.

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Pochettino, who has in the past been linked with the Real Madrid job even though he is yet to win silverware, said his depressed mood dated back to events in the summer.

"My admiration for Marcelo Bielsa is huge because he makes the players much, much better", said Guardiola early past year as Pochettino sang a similar tune saying, "Of course he's a great coach".

Since losing to Lyon in the Champions League in September, Guardiola's side have gone on a seven-game unbeaten run in all competitions. Today we spend a lot of energy on many things.

Admittedly, some good news was announced last week that Spurs were opening the "largest retail space of any club in Europe".

Tottenham Hotspur's new stadium will not be ready until 2019, Daniel Levy has confirmed.

It is in a bit of a state ahead of the game on Monday night, which will see two of England's best passing teams attempting to stick to their natural game and keep the ball on a far from ideal pitch.

Despite Riyad Mahrez's late penalty miss, the 0-0 draw at Anfield earlier this month means they have an early improvement on last season's record-breaking results but need to win at Spurs again to keep that run going.

The Argentine has led the club to three successive top-three finishes, but Spurs look set to exit the Champions League at the group stage for the second time in three years after taking one point from their opening three games.

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