July 25, 2024

Tottenham players will compensate Newcastle fans for their humiliation.

As part of their public apologies on Tuesday, Tottenham’s players pledged to pay fans back for the price of their match tickets from Sunday’s 6-1 thrashing at Newcastle.

when less than a month in charge, interim manager Cristian Stellini lost his job when Spurs fell behind 5-0 inside just 21 minutes at St James’ Park.

“As a team, we can relate to your annoyance and rage. It wasn’t good enough, the Tottenham team declared in a message to the club.

“We realize that in these circumstances, words are insufficient, but trust us when we say that a loss like this stings.

We value your support, both at home and away, and as a result, we would want to pay back supporters for the price of their match tickets from St. James’ Park.

We are aware that nothing about what happened on Sunday has changed, but we promise to do all in our power to make amends when we take on Manchester United on Thursday night. Your continued support will be greatly appreciated.

Hugo Lloris, the team’s captain, had already apologized to the crowd for the “embarrassing” loss in his post-game interview, admitting the players shown a “lack of pride.”

Ryan Mason, a former midfielder for Tottenham, has been appointed caretaker manager for a second time. He previously oversaw the conclusion of the 2020–21 season following Jose Mourinho’s dismissal.

Tottenham currently sits in fifth place in the Premier League, but their ambitions of playing in the Champions League next year appear to have been terminated by Sunday’s setback as they fell six points below the top four with six games remaining and having played more games than the teams directly above them.

However, finishing in the top six positions should be sufficient to ensure Europa League eligibility.

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