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Jamie Carragher says he keeps hearing something about Tottenham fans that’s complete ‘nonsense’

According to Jamie Carragher, he frequently hears ‘crap’ about Tottenham Hotspur supporters.

Carragher discussed another victory for the Spurs while speaking on Monday Night Football.

Son Heung-Min and James Maddison’s goals gave Tottenham a 2-0 victory over Fulham Thursday night.

Against the Cottagers, Spurs weren’t at their best, and Ange Postecoglou even criticized his team after the game.

However, thanks to the victory, Tottenham reclaimed first place in the Premier League, and Jamie Carragher thinks their supporters should take advantage of the occasion.

Carragher on what he keeps hearing about Tottenham fans

Carragher argues that Tottenham supporters should be let to savor the moment and rejoice over their team’s early-season success on Sky Sports.

Yes, they are having fun, and the analyst didn’t necessarily believe that it was because Tottenham was leading the league. “I believe it’s just a vibe among the players; they are milking the boss, the football they are playing, and their own enjoyment.

“Well done to them. You will have the party police present tonight, so let them have fun and say whatever they want. They merit it.

Carragher makes a compelling case for why Tottenham supporters have every right to savor the moment and honor their team’s strong start to the year.

The practice of excessive victory celebration by fans is frequently criticized, and Spurs supporters have received similar criticism this year.

But why shouldn’t Spurs supporters celebrate their excellent season debut? Postecoglou has been a breath of fresh air for the North Londoners after some catastrophic performances in recent seasons.

After four years of more pragmatist managers, Tottenham fans are finally enjoying watching their team play football once more.

While Postecoglou’s employment is still in its infancy, Spurs fans have every right to enjoy the positive atmosphere at the club given that they now lead the league.