Lots of Tottenham fans have been discussing a tweet from Alasdair Gold that emerged on social media recently.
Football.London journalist Gold recently tweeted about the kits that Spurs will wear in their last Premier League game of the campaign against Leicester City and in their clash against Aston Villa on Wednesday. He stated that the team will wear this season’s jersey instead of sticking to the plan of wearing next season’s strip at the end of the campaign.
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The journalist also said that the club’s next season’s kit will be launched later this month. Gold’s tweet drew the attention of many angry Tottenham fans, who made their views clear about the decision.
What did Spurs fans make of Gold’s tweet?
“We’ve fully bottled a kit launch.”
“God, we are a shambles. We can’t even release a kit properly.”
Recently, Spurs had changed their social media logos to the old cockerel, which was seen as a hint about the next season’s home kit. It has become a trend for clubs to release their next season’s jerseys at the end of the previous campaigns and Spurs had confirmed that the next season’s home kit pays homage to the old cockerel (as per Football.London).
Since the confirmation about the release of the kit was already made and Spurs seem to be defaulting on that at pretty much the last minute, it is understandable why fans aren’t happy.