Former Tottenham Hotspur defender Ramon Vega has claimed that the club should look to refund the 10,000 supporters who were in attendance for yesterday’s match against Aston Villa or at the very least, offer a credit.
The match against Dean Smith’s side was the first opportunity that Spurs fans have had to watch their side at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium since coronavirus restrictions were eased by the Government.
The club had come under fire before the fixture for their decision to charge supporters £60 each for the privilege of attending the match in North London, which is double the cost of what rivals Arsenal have set for their last home top flight match (The Sun).
Vega took to Twitter following the 2-1 defeat to the Villains which has taken the hope of Europa League qualification out of their hands after West Ham beat already-relegated West Bromwich Albion at the Hawthorns.
Steven Bergwijn put the home side ahead, only for a diabolical display from Ryan Mason’s side to roll over and gift Villa all three points.
Supporters were also left upset over the confusion surrounding the lap of appreciation which led to altercations with stewards.
To be honest I think the best think and the most honourable think the club can do is to refund the £60 to the home Supporters or put a credit for future games to watch. NOT GOOD ENOUGH. https://t.co/VvxzfGhXQH
— Ramon Vega (@Ramon_Vega71) May 19, 2021
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