Redknapp fumes at ‘unacceptable’ Spurs fan that attacked Ramsdale
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Sky Sports pundit and former Liverpool and Tottenham midfielder Jamie Redknapp hit out at the Spurs fan that attacked Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale as the Gunners claimed a 2-0 win in the north London derby on Sunday. After the full-time whistle, the Gunners goalkeeper appeared to have been kicked by a member of the crowd as he attempted to retrieve his water bottle from the side of the pitch.
The incident saw several players get involved in unsavoury scenes, as Redknapp called for a ban for the fan. “It’s completely unacceptable from the Spurs fan,” Redknapp said. “He’s been getting stick all game as he said, he reacts, you can see Richarlison gets involved as well.
“This is part of football, that, a little bit of stick, but for a fan to come and do that as we see it unfold, come on and try and kick a player on the pitch is completely unacceptable. He’s got to get his water bottle, he’s got to get his gloves, and I’m sure that Spurs will act accordingly. He shouldn’t be allowed in the football stadium, that guy, and it’s completely out of order and unacceptable.”
After a fan was spotted attacking Ramsdale, the goalkeeper reacted and attempted to find the supporter before he clashed with Spurs star Richarlison and several players got involved before the Gunners’ stopper was dragged away by boss Mikel Arteta.
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