Video of ‘joke club’ Spurs playing sound of fans chanting through loud speakers has Arsenal fans in hysterics


ARSENAL fans have labelled rivals Spurs a “joke club” after a video emerged appearing to show artificial chanting at their £1billion stadium.

The footage, published to Twitter by a Gunners supporter, is filmed inside the new state-of-the-art ground while all the seats are empty.

Yet the sound of the club’s iconic slow chant of “Come on you Spurs” booms around the 62,000-seater ground.

User Gooner Nick, who posted the video, wrote: “Spurs need fake chants to make it sound better. At least when we are quiet we don’t have fake chants.”

Fellow fans found the footage hilarious with user Nicky Boyce adding: “Joke of a club.”

It would not be the first time Tottenham have utilised stadium speakers to turn up the volume.

When they moved into Wembley in 2017, the PA system was used to enhance the atmosphere with drum sounds.

The new stadium has been created to help generate more of an atmosphere, with one stand designed in the style of Borussia Dortmund’s Yellow Wall.

It had been a welcome return for Spurs with four straight wins and no goals conceded since moving into their new home.

But Saturday saw their first defeat after Michail Antonio’s strike was the only goal of the game for West Ham.

Defeat throws Tottenham’s top-four hopes into uncertainty with Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester United all aiming for a Champions League spot.

 Tottenham's new £1billion stadium was opened last month but may have fake chanting

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Tottenham’s new £1billion stadium was opened last month but may have fake chanting
 West Ham forward Michail Antonio's strike was the first Spurs have conceded at their new stadium

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West Ham forward Michail Antonio’s strike was the first Spurs have conceded at their new stadium

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