It has been a long old wait for silverware in Tottenham over the past 12 years, with the Lilywhites still looking for their first trophy since the 2008 League Cup.
Even without the coronavirus suspensions at the moment, Spurs were already out of the FA Cup and Champions League this season, marking another trophy-less year.
Without any regular football, or much sport of any kind, to entertain the masses, League Two side Leyton Orient took it upon themselves to provide some fun.
They decided to start up a ‘Quaran-Team’ game in which professional clubs from around the world could enter a FIFA tournament against each other.
They originally opened it up to 64 teams, but the demand was so high that they are now aiming for 128, although Spurs are yet to reply.
With Tottenham currently loaning two youngsters, Marsh and Sterling, to Leyton, it seems surprising that they are not getting involved, and the League Two side took the chance to poke fun at the Lilywhites.
— Leyton Orient (@leytonorientfc) March 16, 2020
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