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Oh Dear, a Matt Doherty Tweet from 2012 has emerged
By Harry Hotspur -

Social media archaeology as this sort of virtual digging is commonly known as, never tends to end well.

Numerous people have been caught out by it, as the line between thoughts in my head and thoughts I share with the entire world become blurred since the invention of the Internet, and the seductive nature of a glass of wine.

Some people have lost their jobs as a result of things they posted in the heat of a moment. Others have simply been vilified for all time because one or more Tweets have been held up by puritans as conclusive evidence of bigotry. I myself have been proved overwhelmingly guilty of all manner of terrible things by uptight losers. It’s the age we live in. In the Middle Ages I’d have been burned at the stake by the same folks relatives.

Matt Doherty will have fun explaining this one away to the more tribal amongst our fanbase.

Personally I couldn’t care if he was released from Broadmoor in 2012. Fewer finger tricks and less flower pressing, that’s what I say.

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Urbane Sturgeon
Urbane Sturgeon
1 year ago

So what, I’m an arsenal fan who gives a shit?

Tappaspur
Tappaspur
1 year ago

I love Tottenham forever and ever and ever” Dennis bergkamp

ministers cat
ministers cat
1 year ago

This is a friendly forum we have the odd handbags but nothing serious. I cannot think of 1 poster who is going to say they dont want him because he once tweeted.
I am guessing that most people think along the lines of anyone is welcome who can improve us apart from one person and that is never going to happen anyway.

Jay Gee
Jay Gee
1 year ago

What a lot of people don’t realise is, when you are a top professional, your loyalties and ties are with the club that pays your wages. Who you like and support is of little consequence. Money talks!

Sid Trotter
Sid Trotter
1 year ago

Did every Spurs player, manager and the like, grow up supporting Tottenham?

If they didn’t should we sack them? Really, the world’s gone mad.

Torgeir Strandenes
Torgeir Strandenes
1 year ago

Well, it should be mentioned at the time of the tweet the score was Reading – Arsenal 4-0. So actually, it’s a good one.

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
1 year ago

👍😜😁😅

ministers cat
ministers cat
1 year ago

Good spot sir (so he is actually saying “the gift that keeps on giving”).

Eleventstonedidiots
Eleventstonedidiots
1 year ago

An Irishman in the first team at Spurs has been long overdue! I can’t believe we are about to pull this signing off. A ready-made proven PL performer with an eye for goal to add to the hard nosed experience of Hojberg and Hart. Good work.

Leslie Crawford
Leslie Crawford
1 year ago

(Liam Brady,David O’Leary,Frank Stapleton,Niall Quinn ) played for Arsenal. (Robbie Keane,Chris Hughton,Joe Kinnear,Gary Doherty,Stephen Carr) all Spurs ,both London clubs are well supported in the Republic of Ireland due to fellow countrymen. No big deal,we all make wrong choices especially when young and foolish.

DannyG
DannyG
1 year ago

Yeah this is slightly regrettable but we can’t afford to be too picky. As long as he does the business on the pitch I don’t mind if he goes to sleep in a matching Arsenal bedsheets and pyjamas.

Spurs est1882
Spurs est1882
1 year ago

I am pretty sure Jose was non-too complimentary about Spurs less time ago than that…yet you guys seem to think he walks on water.

Tangangry
Tangangry
1 year ago
Reply to  Spurs est1882

You’ll come around eventually.

Spurs est1882
Spurs est1882
1 year ago
Reply to  Tangangry

maybe….not likely

rtj1211
rtj1211
1 year ago

And Harry Redknapp supported Arsenal growing up….

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