Tottenham Hotspur’s official message this morning only frustrated fans even more.
Not a happy camp
Tottenham posted a tweet saying “work to be done” with a quote from Oliver Skipp, after yesterday’s game.
However, the post may not have had the galvanizing impact on Tottenham fans that the club had hoped for.
Instead, many Spurs fans wondered why Skipp was the man chosen to speak after another loss in a London derby, rather than a more experienced pro.
Others, meanwhile, simply suggested actions speak louder than words – after seeing their team lose their first London derby of the campaign.
Skipp in credit
In all fairness to the Tottenham players, Harry Kane and Hugo Lloris made some media coverage following the London Stadium loss.
However, the frustrations of Tottenham fans are understandable, after what was another tasteless display in an important derby match.
Skipp, at least, was able to walk away from the London stadium with some credit.
The youngster had added a bite to Tottenham’s midfield and now appears to be one of the first names on Nuno’s squad sheet.
In other news, Jamie Reuben sent a 16 word tweet about Newcastle’s draw at Crystal Palace