‘Kick to Ramsdale’ Tottenham fan banned from entering the stadium for 4 years

A Tottenham fan who committed a violent act will not be allowed 토토사이트 to come to the stadium for four years.

Tottenham and Arsenal played the 20th round of the 2022-23 English Premier League (EPL) North London Derby at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, England on the 16th of last month (Korean time). The result was Arsenal’s 2-0 victory.

A Tottenham fan clashed with Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale after the match. As Ramsdale headed towards the goal, a fan in the stands burst in and kicked Ramsdale. Fortunately, safety personnel quickly blocked the spectators and did not suffer a major accident, but it was clearly a dangerous scene. Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta personally protected Ramsdale.

Tottenham released a statement after the match. Tottenham said: “Today we are appalled by the action of a fan who tried to hit the Ramsdale goalkeeper. Violence in any form is not allowed in football. CCTV was reviewed to confirm the fan’s identity.”

He added, “We will work with Arsenal and Ramsdale to ensure that the player receives the strongest measures, including the permanent expulsion of Tottenham’s home stadium.” The consequences of the act of fleeing the scene ugly after using violence are approaching the worst.

An investigation was conducted in relation to the incident and the results came out. Joseph Watts, 35, who struck Ramsdale at the time, was banned from the stadium for four years, according to Britain’s The Sun. He was also given a 12-month community imprisonment and fined £100.