Spurs are moving to a new stadium and with all the excitement of a bigger ground and increased capacity, comes the nostalgia of having to let the old favorite bite into oblivion.

White Hart Lane has been undergoing demolition for some time now and looks like it will be completed by the end of the week with only the Block 39 left standing.

The image of their beloved home turning into debris is certainly a disturbing one for the White Hart Lane faithful. Yet, the need to compete with the best in Europe has forced their hands, as the Northumberland Project has been deemed a necessity to generate more revenue.

Letting go and moving on will be tough for Spurs fans with the Lane providing one of the best atmospheres in the league for over a century.

Last season is history and gone with it is the London spectacle. Via @lilywhite_rose, check out the picture below –




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