Well, well, well, what a surprise. Tottenham supremo Daniel Levy told us that we would be housed in our new stadium by the 2017 season. I told you on this very site that anyone who believed that wanted their heads read. The reason I said that at the time was due to the fact that the timescale was unrealistic, and businesses in the area had yet to agree to being re located. Spurs then secured the building rights they needed and we were led to believe that it was all going ahead. Today, it has been revealed that Tottenham Hotspur will likely have to play away from the Lane for at least one season in 2017, as plans are on hold as two businesses still refuse to be re located. Blind business sense It didn't take rocket science to know that this stadium has been a dangling carrot for years now and we are still as far as away as ever from playing in it. Yes, we have a state of the art training facility. Yet we are still waiting to get the final go ahead for the new stadium. What a surprise. Daniel levy puts out statements and certain quarters believe what he says. Why? Revenue down....oh dear So, it seems highly likely that Spurs will play a lot of away games in just three years from now, but what are the options. Wembley makes sense logistically, but the FA are not keen on the idea, so that leaves the Olympic stadium, which would be rather ironic and the Hammers would probably cry laughing at us having to ask if we can play at their house. The Emirates has been mentioned, but come on, let's be serious! The BBC has also suggested that a temporary move to MK Dons stadium is a possibility. Well how would we all feel about commuting to Milton Keynes? This whole stadium thing is an absolute debacle and yet again ENIC are showing us to be a laughing stock. A complete laughing stock. Whatever happens, we are potentially looking at reduced revenue which could impact on transfers in the future. Reduced attendances and no doubt an effect on atmosphere are all things that could negatively impact the team. Broken promises I promised myself that I would stay away from negativity and Levy this season as much as possible, but his whole handling of the stadium issue has frankly proved further that he is not fit to run this football club. He has not just found out about the two businesses in question, and his statement about the new stadium at the end of last season was, as I and many others said, simply a smokescreen for his complete and utter inability to run Tottenham Hotspur as a Football Club. I await the many reasons that Levy is great about to come at me, but enough is enough.