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Tottenham mock Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale forward of Champions League return

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The Spurs Twitter admin couldn’t resist a cheeky dig (Footage: Getty Photos)

Tottenham’s official Twitter account couldn’t resist teasing north London rivals Arsenal forward of their opening Champions League match on Wednesday evening.

Spurs tackle Marseille in Europe’s premier membership competitors having pipped the Gunners to fourth spot in dramatic vogue final season, with Mikel Arteta’s facet as a substitute taking part in within the Europa League.

Forward of their match, Tottenham tweeted three seemingly innocuous phrases alongside an image of the Champions League emblem: ‘We’re again child.’

But it surely shortly grew to become obvious that there was extra to Spurs’ not-so-innocent Tweet than first met the attention, with the remark delighting Tottenham followers and winding up Arsenal supporters in equal measure.

A day earlier, an advert for BT Sport’s Europa League protection had gone viral amongst Spurs followers who relentlessly mocked Aaron Ramsdale for saying – you guessed it – ‘We’re again child’.

Arsenal spent final season with out European competitors and can be taking up the likes of FC Zurich, Bodo/Glimt and PSV on Thursday nights within the group phases of this 12 months’s event.

Tottenham’s gloating clearly extends to the membership’s social media crew, who mimicked Ramsdale’s phrases simply hours earlier than kick-off towards Marseille to please their followers and as soon as once more remind Arsenal of their end-of-season collapse.

sensational work, admin…

— Tottenham Tiers (@TottenhamTiers) September 7, 2022

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Each north London golf equipment have began the season nicely – with Arsenal high of the desk and Spurs unbeaten – and it definitely feels as if issues are beginning to get just a little spicey forward of their first assembly on October 1 on the Emirates.

This week, Antonio Conte criticised his facet’s fixture record – with Manchester Metropolis getting an additional day of relaxation earlier than they face off on the Etihad on Saturday – which prompted Arsenal followers to dig up his feedback criticising Mikel Arteta for mentioning Arsenal’s schedule previous to final season’s north London derby.

‘Truthfully to see this schedule about Tottenham is unimaginable, It’s loopy,’ stated the Italian at his pre-match press convention.

‘We performed three video games in six days towards Nottingham Forest, West Ham and Fulham, now we’re taking part in after 4 days however we’re beginning to then play three vital video games towards Marseille Champions League, Metropolis away, Sporting Lisbon away in six days. I believe possibly first time in my profession to see a schedule like this.

‘Truthfully I attempt to test the schedule of different groups and I’ve seen that on this state of affairs Tottenham analysed so much, our membership our crew. I believe sooner or later on this state of affairs we had been unfortunate.

‘I believe sooner or later additionally I communicate with membership that now we have to pay nice consideration to talk additionally with Premier League as a result of now we have to concentrate when there are this sort of schedule.

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‘At some point extra, in the future much less can change completely your life as you may drop factors and I believe this isn’t good for crew like Tottenham. Once you need to begin to assume as a winner it’s important to handle the main points. The schedule particulars is essential for each membership, particularly for membership who need to combat for one thing vital. I believe we will do a lot better for the long run.’

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