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Refund FC’- Tottenham trend on Twitter after Liverpool run riot



Refund FC’- Tottenham trend on Twitter after Liverpool run riot

For the second away game in succession, Tottenham Hotspur found themselves three goals down inside 15 minutes.


After suffering a harrowing 6-1 defeat at Newcastle United last weekend, which saw Eddie Howe’s five-nil up at half-time, this result saw Cristian Stellini removed from his post as interim manager and many Spurs supporters calling for answers over the lack of effort on show.


Taking action to rebuild trust among those who made the trip to St James’ Park, Tottenham refunded those who made the trip to the North East after the dismal display produced by the first-team after acknowledging the embarrassing nature of this damaging result to a direct rival in the race for the Champions League.


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Hoping for an improvement performance on their travels at Anfield this afternoon, it didn’t take long for the north London side to be reliving their experience of the previous weekend after early finishes from Curtis Jones, Luis Diaz and Mohamed Salah left them staring into the abyss.


After watching Salah slot home his penalty in the 15th minute of proceedings, sarcastic chants of ‘We want our money back’ could be heard from the away end as others headed for an early exit. Taking to Twitter in response to another stuttering Spurs start, plenty joked that the Lilywhites could make a habit of returning money to supporters – if recent games are anything to go by.


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