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Spurs Have Been Trolled By UEFA Europa Conference League Opponents FC Paços de Ferreira In Viral Video

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Spurs Have Been Trolled By UEFA Europa Conference League Opponents FC Paços de Ferreira In Viral Video

Spurs have been brutally trolled by their UEFA Europa Conference League opponents Pacos de Ferreira ahead of the Thursday's meeting.

The North London club finished seventh in the Premier League last term and so will spend this season in the inaugural competition, which is the current third European club football tournament.

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Their first opponents will be the Portuguese minnows at the 9,077-seat capacity Estádio da Mata Real.

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And Pacos, who beat Northern Irish side Larne, have mocked Spurs prior to the game by releasing a parody video.

The clip features a breaking news report that reveals Pacos will be playing one of London's giants and then two fans go through the potential opponents.

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Chelsea, Arsenal, West Ham - or "the team that blows bubbles" as they are referred to - all get a mention as well as Fulham and Crystal Palace.

But then the mascot news reporters comes in with a piece of paper containing Spurs' badge and the two react hilariously by 'cheersing'.

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"Pfff, them we can easily win" was the statement from one of the fans. Incredibly, this is the club's official account who have put together and posted the video, which has gone viral online.

Pacos were promoted to the Primeira Liga in 2019 and finished fifth last season, thus qualifying for the Europa Conference League.


2019 Champions League finalists Spurs played in the Europa League last term and were knocked out by Dinamo Zagreb after throwing away a 2-0 first leg victory in the the round of 16.

Featured Image Credit: Image: Twitter

Topics: Football, Tottenham Hotspur, UEFA

Josh Lawless
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