Tottenham delete tweet after Brexit results come out

Spurs tweet delete Brexit
Spurs tweet delete Brexit

Tottenham lose their Friday Feeling fast

Many people are waking up in Britain on Friday sick to their stomach.

Others, of course, are elated and claiming that the referendum was a victory for independence and democracy.

Britain has voted to leave the EU, and the mood across the United Kingdom is massively split.

Spurs tweet & delete

In that context, Tottenham started Friday by posting a tweet on their social media page which read: Good morning #FridayFeeling.

The tweet also carried a picture of French international keeper Hugo Lloris looking rather smug with a crooked smile.

Very soon after uploading the social media message, Spurs deleted it.

The tweet and delete didn’t go unnoticed, with most assuming Tottenham’s retraction reflected the mood of many of their supporters who had voted to remain in the European Union.

For the record, London, as a whole, voted massively in favour of remaining in the EU.

Reactions to Tottenham’s tweet and delete, and losing their Friday Feeling fast, are below.