Spurs fans were left confused earlier in June when kits for next season started showing up at a Soccer Village outlet in the US despite not officially being unveiled by the club yet.
And now a new photo has emerged on Twitter which shows the kits being freely sold at a megastore in Asia to cast further doubts among the Tottenham supporters.
The kits look pretty much identical to the ones that turned up in America, featuring a white with faded blue design for the home kit and a dark purple away kit.
While the genuinity of the kits remains to be tested with Asian markets infamous for counterfeit products, the photos have further perplexed fans who are still clueless why kits are showing up in different parts of the world despite not recieving any offical confirmation from the club.
Seems like fans in the UK are missing out – Check out the kits at an Asian store below:
Jack Wilshere confirmed on Tuesday that he will not be signing a new deal at Arsenal after being told by new boss Unai Emery that he will restricted to a bit part role under him.
The 26-year-old has been a part of the North London side since he was a nine-year-old and racked up close to 200 appearances for the club but has frequently struggled with injury problems in the last few seasons.
Leaving his boyhood club has obviously been difficult for Wilshere to deal with as is clearly evident from his recent social media activity.
Some of his cryptic posts on Instagram has left may Arsenal fans cringing about the midfielder’s reaction to being released and many seemed happy to see him go on Twitter.
Looks like Wilshere is hurting on the inside – Check out some his recent posts below:
More exciting news coming out regarding Tottenham’s brand new stadium.
While fans have already been given insight into the stadium’s colossal size and the new ‘Sky Bridge‘ feature, a new aerial photograph has now emerged which shows the breathtaking view of the ground at night.
The stadium is definitely a sight to behold with the floodlights on and is already looking worth every penny of its mooted £800 million budget.
Fans were already relishing the prospect of watching their beloved Spurs on European nights in their brand new stadium and the latest photograph seemed to add to the buzz on social media.
Perfect for those big European nights – Check out the stunning aerial view of the stadium below:
It’s pretty safe to say that Leeds United are making a major statement by appointing veteran coach Marcelo Bielsa.
The Whites have turned to the former Argentina and Chile boss in a bid to reclaim their top division status after being stuck in the second tier of English football for 14 long years.
While the move has been considered a major coup since it was first announced, a recent poll on Twitter clearly depicts how the appointment has managed to stand out in the public’s eye among several other developments in the Championship.
Bielsa’s appointment totally dominated other deals such as Frank Lampard’s move to Derby County and super-agent Jorge Mendes’ recent involvement in Nottingham Forest’s transfers- coming out on top with 73% of the votes in the poll which asked supporters to pick the biggest deal in the Championship so far.
Exciting times ahead for Leeds United? Check out the results of the poll below –
Tottenham Hotspur has been linked with a lot of young talent recently as Mauricio Pochettino looks to further reinforce his squad in a bid to challenge for some silverware next season.
Aston Villa’s Jack Grealish has been especially rumoured to be among the club’s top targets with some reports even suggesting chairman Daniel Levy is bargaining for a cut-price £20 million deal for the the Bodymoor Heath academy graduate.
If Grealish does indeed makes the switch to North London this summer, he will definitely have an easy time settling in with the fans after supporters spotted some of his old tweets in support of the club.
In a surprising turn of events it now seems Grealish has been a Spurs fan all this while and some of his tweets in favor of ex-player Kyle Walker as well as striker Harry Kane seem to have really gone down well with the club support online.
Brazil’s world cup campaign started off rather unceremoniously as the Seleção were held to a 1-1 draw by Switzerland last week.
Following the disappointing result, many Brazilian fans wanted to see Liverpool ace Robert Firmino start in their next game against Costa Rica as the 5-time world champions look to make amends.
The 24-year-old has light up the Premier League with his outrageous skills – especially his trademark no-look finishes and a recent video uploaded by Copa90 further showcases his knack for pulling off jaw-dropping no-look moves.
In the clip on YouTube, Firmino absolutely nails a series of really complicated no-look flicks to leave the presenter in awe of his breathing flair and should give even more voice to fans who want to see him named in Tite’s starting XI.
‘Bobby’ Firmino with some crazy no-look moves – check out the challenge below:
Leeds United sent shockwaves throughout the footballing world after announcing veteran coach Marcelo Bielsa as new boss last week.
The former Chile boss is credited for laying most of the ground work for the country’s Copa America success in 2015-16 and is often depicted as the “godfather of modern intellectual football” in certain circles.
And following his appointment, a clip from his time at Marseille where the 62-year-old can be seen drilling his players has especially gone viral among the Leeds supporters on Twitter.
Many fans seemed to be of the opinion that several players, especially Ezgjan Alioski and Stuart Dallas along with defender Tom Pearce might be the ones to benefit from Biesla’s system while others like attackers Samuel Sáiz and Kemar Roofe may become casualties of his high pressing style.
A sign of things to come? Check out a clip of the intense training session here: