Tottenham Hotspur were able to welcome fans back for the first time this year last night for the final home game of the season against Aston Villa.
Apart from the 2000 fans that attended the North London Derby last year and those in attendance at Wembley for the Carabao Cup Final, Tottenham fans have been absent from matches all season.
However, 10,000 were allowed back in for the final home match of the campaign last night, a campaign that has fallen well short of expectations.
In the opposite dugout, an old Spurs adversary was wearing Aston Villa coaching gear and the fans certainly targeted him with their chanting.
Songs of ‘Oh Ledley, Ledley’ echoed around the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, with fans claiming that their former centre-back was better than John Terry.
In response to the chant, Terry turned to face a portion of Spurs supporters and pretended to lift a trophy, clearly hinting at all the silverware he won at Chelsea and the severe lack of trophies in North London (TalkSPORT).
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