No Dirty Words Exchanged On Touchline During Spurs vs Arsenal

By on October 3, 2011

Tottenham coach Clive Allen has slammed Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger following the North London derby yesterday.

The duo squared up after the final whistle, as Spurs celebrated their 2-1 win, and Policeman had to seperate the two as they both exchanged heated blows following Wenger’s refusal to shake Allen’s hand. Former Spurs striker Allen was left fuming with the Frenchman but insisted that there was no foul-mouthed tirade between both parties on the touchline.

“He refused to shake my hand,” said Allen.

“He says he didn’t see me or hear me – but he’s two bob he is, two bob.”

When Allen was asked whether he swore at Wenger, he replied: “No, I didn’t call him any dirty word.”

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2 Comments

  1. Cjay

    October 3, 2011 at 9:56 pm

    Not Onl

  2. Arsen

    October 4, 2011 at 11:10 am

    Alen you are out of order! Would you do the same to Alex Ferguson? I don’t think so as you know what the outcome will be. Who are you in the first place to demand a hand shake? I know you and few of your mates try to make yourselves big by showing disrespect to Arsene wenger the gentle man. You achieved to be in spotlight but you failed to be seen as equal of Arsen.What an example you set to the players.

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