Tottenham fans aren’t the happiest people in the world right now. They’re fresh off the back of 2-1 defeats to Watford, Liverpool and Inter Milan and it’s clear to see their frustration. The club, though doesn’t seem to have gauged the mood amongst the fans very well as they’ve tweeted about a new partnership with UOW, which fans can read about on the Tottenham website.
The Club have announced a Global Football Development partnership with @UOW, one of the world’s leading universities.
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) 20 September 2018
The club’s partnership with the University of Wollongong is actually a very positive development. Tottenham will be sending FA and UEFA licenced coaches to help the university bring talented footballers through. However, it’s not the partnership that the fans are annoyed with, it’s the timing of it’s announcement and whilst the club can’t do too much to help that, the fans are still far from pleased.
The mood will certainly be lifted if they can come past Brighton tomorrow with all three points. The squad look lethargic and the fans are far from happy. Brighton have also looked very good far this season and have already beaten Manchester United this season, as well as securing draws away at both Southampton and Fulham. It won’t be easy at all but the Lilywhites will be desperate to get some kind of result.
You can read the Spurs fans’ verdict on their latest club post here:
— Eddie (@eja491) September 20, 2018
About time you announced what is happening with the stadium? Shambles of a club off the pitch which is starting to impact what is happening on the pitch.
— Tom Bennett (@Tombennett82) September 20, 2018
That's our credibility Well Long Gon
— Andy Martin (@Hank_Marrew) September 20, 2018
Who cares. Get Gilchrist in goal Instead of Vorm
— Jack Saunders (@ParkLane87) September 20, 2018
Omg that’s really going to improve the 1st team , we really are the club that keeps on giving ATM ,
— JD (@Welshyid1966) 20 September 2018
Not even in the Top 250 you bunch of jokers. When’s the stadium and Harry Kane ready for this season?
— David (@Davidbu75) September 20, 2018
Well that’s nice and all but any word on the stadium?
— Nathaniel E. Baker (@natbaker) September 20, 2018
The fans are far from happy with what their club is coming out with and they’d prefer it if they didn’t tweet until tomorrow’s match.