Tottenham Hotspur bid farewell to the historic White Hart Lane stadium in their final home game of the season against Manchester United on Sunday.
Despite the possibility of Chelsea already having won the Premier League title by then, it will matter little at least for Sunday with the feeling of nostalgia likely to take precedence over the disappointment at missing out on the title.
Social media has been rife with the Spurs faithful recounting their fond memories of the iconic stadium in the build up to the final match at the stadium. In the midst of the downpour of emotions from the Spurs faithful, legendary Spurs defender Graham Roberts has called for respect on part of the Sky Sports administration by pleading the channel not to cast any ex-Arsenal players on TV for the White Hart Lane send-off.
In what will be a very emotional adieu to the stadium, Roberts does make a very compelling request which the channel will do well to heed.
Check out the tweets below –
I hope @SkySports have respect for spurs on Sunday and not have all ex gooners on tv at lane send off.Players who know spurshistory please!
— Graham Roberts (@GrahamRoberts4) May 12, 2017