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Tottenham midfielder Skipp surprised already year gone since new stadium launch

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Tottenham midfielder Oliver Skipp admits he's surprised it's already been a year since the opening of the club's new stadium.

The central midfielder, then 18, started the first-ever football match at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium when the Under-18s defeated their Southampton counterparts 3-1 on 24 March, 2019.

“It's gone quickly – it doesn't feel like a year," Skipp said on the game's one-year anniversary.

I think back to the City game this year, some of the Champions League games like where we were 2-0 down against Olympiacos and then came back – they were the games where you really felt the benefit of the crowd and even the games last year on the road to the Champions League Final, the City game at home when Hugo saved the penalty… just the roar of the crowd after that will live long in the memory.

When we finally moved into that stadium it was everything you'd imagined and more."

You could imagine what that would be like on a Champions League night – that was the first thing that came into my head.

“I remember everything about arriving there because we took the coach to the game – seeing the stadium as we came up the road, I don't know how to describe it… it was such a massive change.
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