Tottenham’s Danny Rose: playing at Wembley no longer feels like an honour

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Danny Rose says it is no longer an honour to play at Wembley, as he laid bare the frustration that he and his Tottenham teammates feel about the club’s delayed new stadium build and their unsatisfactory stop-gap accommodation.

Spurs have announced that they will continue to play their home matches at Wembley until at least the end of December – with the suggestion being it could be February before they get into the rebuilt White Hart Lane – and there was a low point on Wednesday night when only 33,012 turned up to see them beat Southampton 3-1 in the Premier League.

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