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Stadium decision needed - Spurs director

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Tottenham director Sir Keith Mills has revealed the club will make a "definite decision" on a possible stadium move within a year.

The club has previously considered switches to the 2012 Olympic Stadium in Stratford and also the new Wembley as they chase the Premier League´s high-grossing superpowers. But Sir Keith admits that while an expansion on the 36,000-capacity at White Hart Lane is essential to the club´s ambitions, a move away from the old ground is not the only option.

He told PA Sport: "We´ve got to do something about the stadium. Daniel Levy (the chairman) stood up a couple of weeks ago at the AGM and said we know we´ve got to do something about the stadium and we promise you within the next 12 months we´ll have made our decision and let the fans know what the plan is."

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