Tottenham was granted the right to play all of its home matches at Wembley Stadium for the 2017/18 season, but the club must now make a decision whether or not to remain at White Hart Lane for another year. The club’s application was granted on Thursday by Brent Council’s planning committee, giving Spurs the option to move into Wembley next season for all 19 home Premier League fixtures. Spurs must decide if it will go ahead with that move though by March 31. Tottenham continues to play at White Hart Lane while its new stadium, located next door to its current venue, is being constructed. The current plan is that the new venue will be open ahead of the 2019/2020 campaign, but the club is said
All the buzz around the Chicago Fire right now is obviously the signing of Bastian Schweinsteiger, but general manager Nelson Rodriguez offered a hint at another player that had their eyes on. During this week's Fire Weekly, Rodriguez talked about landing impact offensive players in regards to Schweinsteiger and said the club was looking at multiple different players. "You carry simultaneous tracks on a lot of players," Rodriguez said.
Rick Nash has goals in consecutive games for the first time since before the Christmas break. He has 2 goals and 5 shots in the past two games after going 9 games without a goal. Nash said after his goal in New Jersey and after his goal against the Islanders that he is "here" & "paid" to score goals. (NY Post) He said that scoring goals is what is expected of him by the team and it's what he expects of himself. Nash said that he takes pride in how he plays defensively and being a complete player but said, "I know why I'm here and that's not it." (NY Post) Nash said that it "tears" at him and "frustrates" him to "no end" when he isn't scoring or creating offense and again referenced "that's my