Tottenham Hotspur fans have been reacting to footage posted by Alasdair Gold from before their game against Southampton.
Leeds United and Liverpool fans had their own protests before their game on Monday night and that was followed by Chelsea fans holding similar protests before their game with Brighton and Hove Albion.
However, whilst the ESL now appears to be dead in the water, that doesn’t mean that Spurs fans aren’t still angry with Daniel Levy for wanting to take them into it, which is why their protest focused more on trying to get rid of the chairman, in a similar way to how north London rivals Arsenal are planning one against their owner Stan Kroenke.
However, when Spurs insider Gold posted footage of the protests on his Twitter feed, it didn’t garner much support from people online, indeed there seemed to be many who laughed at how small the protest was and how little an effect it was likely to have:
“I’m sure Levy is penning his resignation right now.”
Should Daniel Levy resign as chairman?
At least you have to give them credit for showing up, rather than sit at home and do nothing at the end of the day.