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FILE - A Wednesday, Aug. 9, 2017 file photo showing Wembley Stadium in London. The season hadn’t even finished when diggers and cranes arrived at White Hart Lane in the middle of May, beginning the summer-long job of demolishing a stadium that Tottenham had turned into a Premier League fortress. It will be another year before the team returns to the site of its famous old ground to take up residence in a new 61,000-seat arena, built with the aim of giving Spurs a better chance of competing with Europe’s elite. (AP Photo/Rob Harris, File)

FILE - A Wednesday, Aug. 9, 2017 file photo showing Wembley Stadium in London. The season hadn’t even finished when diggers and cranes arrived at White Hart Lane in the middle of May, beginning the summer-long job of demolishing a stadium that Tottenham had turned into a Premier League fortress. It will be another year before the team returns to the site of its famous old ground to take up residence in a new 61,000-seat arena, built with the aim of giving Spurs a better chance of competing with Europe’s elite. (AP Photo/Rob Harris, File)

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