“Bottlejobs” – Arsenal player shows his disrespect to Tottenham

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Dom Le Roy

An Arsenal academy player has shown his unprofessionalism after sending a disrespectful Tweet to the official Tottenham Hotspur account.

Harry Clarke was part of the Arsenal Under 18 side which beat their North London rivals 3-2 earlier today.

Tottenham held a 2-0 lead going into the second half despite being reduced to ten men when Luis Binks was given his marching orders by the referee.

Arsenal made their one man advantage count when they scored three goals in the final five minutes of the match to take all three points.

Clarke showed his disdain for Spurs by labeling them as ‘bottlejobs’ on social media. The Tweet was sent at 2:21 pm and has yet to be removed and is slightly surprising that Arsenal have allowed the post to remain online.

The rivals are battling it out to win the Under 18 Premier League title with Spurs in second place. Arsenal will win the league if they win their two remaining matches

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  1. Get a life – he’s had a bit of fun. Concentrate on racism in football rather than a stupid fun tweet.

    At least the Spurs U18 are getters no prepared to bottle it in the Spurs first team.

    Such a sad article from a little team who I actually respect but the respect dwindles as you fail to reach your potential plus kiddy posts like this….


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