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This Tottenham Hotspur fan had the worst view possible during AC Milan clash

Marcus Chan

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This Tottenham Hotspur fan had the worst view possible during AC Milan clash

One Tottenham Hotspur fan had quite possibly the worst view inside the stadium for the Champions League clash against AC Milan.

On Wednesday night, Antonio Conte’s men arrived at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium with work to do as they looked to overturn a 1-0 deficit against Milan.

However, Spurs were poor from start to finish as a 0-0 draw ended their Champions League campaign in the round of 16.

For one fan, it was even worse as they had to watch the game with a very restricted view. You can watch the footage below.

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Other fans were quick to react to the video.

One said: “Everyone’s been praising the new stadium, but that looks like one serious design flaw.”

Another tweeted: “Absolute disgrace a billion quid stadium and you are watching the game on a telly.”

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A third fan added: “This has blown my mind how is that the view the screens look well positioned in photos.”

Someone else wrote: “This is how the away end at Spurs used to be. But without a screen. Couldn’t see half the pitch at WHL either.”

Whilst a fifth commented: “Literally just watch it at home at that point.”

After the bitterly disappointing night, Spurs boss Conte refused to talk about his immediate future.

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The Italian said: “I’m under contract at Tottenham, then we will decide at the end of the season with the club.

“My contract expires in June, we will see – they might sack me even before the end of the season. Perhaps the expectations were higher and they may be disappointed. What matters for a coach is trying to work and raise the bar. This year we are struggling to raise the bar.”

Image Credit: Alamy
Image Credit: Alamy

Conte added: “I’m really sorry for the fans but we cannot invent the win.

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“It’s important to know this or hope for a miracle that one day a trophy comes to us … we have to build and have patience. I understand the fans don’t have patience because for a long time Tottenham have not been winning, but what I can promise is that we continue to work and try to improve.”

Spurs are next in action this weekend as they take on Nottingham Forest in the Premier League on Saturday.

Featured Image Credit: Twitter/@fingaldinz

Topics: Football, Tottenham Hotspur, AC Milan, Champions League

Marcus Chan
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