Tottenham fans are well aware that they are probably London’s most hated club with Arsenal, Chelsea, and West Ham all considering the lilywhites to be their biggest rivals.
While the hatred between Arsenal and Spurs is mutual, the rivalry with Chelsea and West Ham are rather one-sided as those clubs tend to look at the game against Tottenham as their biggest of the season while Spurs fans don’t share the same feeling.
In fact, Chelsea fans often break into a rendition of ‘Stand up if you hate Tottenham’ during games at Stamford Bridge. Now it looks like the Blues fans have gone one step futher in displaying their hatred of the Champions League finalists.
Chelsea conducted an open training session for the fans at Stamford Bridge a couple of days ago and many Spurs fans on social media spotted the fact that the fans seemed to welcome the players on the field by singing, ‘We hate Tottenham, Chelsea’ to the tune of the song Liquidator.
Check out how some Spurs fans reacted to the incident below:
Bruh Chelsea fans are determined to make their club orbit around hating Tottenham. At an open training session. Obsessed. https://t.co/eoZ572GhWb
— Raj (@RajrRajr) August 22, 2019
“Obsessed with Tottenham…..CHELSEA”
— Reggy1978 (@horse_bonce_yid) August 22, 2019
How embarrassing to sing “We hate tottenham” in a training session, not even Arsenal would sink that low
— Liam (@liam_curran1) August 22, 2019
An open training in front of kids older than your history – and you sing about Spurs……
What a club ???
— Graeme Butler (@Graeme_Butler85) August 22, 2019
Spurs Web Opinion
Tottenham’s rivalry with Arsenal, Chelsea, and West Ham has noticeably intensified in recent seasons. This shows that Tottenham are on their way up as a club and that the other London clubs envy what we have. We expect Tottenham to once again finish the season as the highest placed London club.
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