Spurs to de-list to fund stadium

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Tottenham have reported record annual revenue of almost £120million - and a move to raise more funds for stadium redevelopment.

Spurs said that full houses for every Premier League match at White Hart Lane had resulted in increased gate receipts and merchandising revenues, which contributed to the record revenue of £119.8m for the year to June 30, up from £113.0m in 2009.

And the club proposed to de-list from the AIM stock market in a move to make it easier to secure more cash for a redeveloped stadium.

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