Black lives matter & a Videowall at the stadium

Black lives matter & a Videowall at the stadium.

Black Lives Matter

Our players will wear unique t-shirts ahead of Man Utd match. The squad have shown their support for Black Lives Matter campaign.

If you check out the Club’s official Twitter account, it featured a photo of several players taking the knee including Dele Alli, Giovani Lo Celso, Eric Dier, Harry Kane, Moussa Sissoko, Toby Alderweireld, Ryan Sessegnon and Davinson Sanchez on one of the pitches at Hotspur Way.

All our players were wearing black t-shirts which have the message ‘Together We Are Stronger’, the t-shirts will also be worn during the warm-up before kick-off against United this Friday evening (19th).

On top of all that the Club has announced that their playing shirt will include A Black Lives Matter for the remainder of the season, along with a badge thanking the NHS for its work during the coronavirus pandemic.

As for the rest of the Premier League, players’ names will also be replaced on the back of their shirts with ‘Black Lives Matter’ for the first 12 matches of the restarted season.

Video Wall

The Club will show a live video fan wall during our game against Manchester United on Friday and probably the other games for the rest of this season (that is home matches).

Our Club will give some of our supporters the chance to be part of a live video fan-wall during Friday’s home game against The Red Devils.

As you all know, the Premier League resumes this week, with all matches behind closed doors because of the pandemic.

The Club has stated that all fans will be broadcast “intermittently throughout the match so that the players will know fans are watching and cheering them on”.

TV viewers will be able to have mock crowd noise during matches.

Games in Spain and Germany have used artificial crowd noise after their own leagues restarted.

In La Liga, the empty stands were painted in ‘virtual support’ in what was supposed to be images of fans wearing club colours during Sevilla’s win over Real Betis.

So, our Club is taking in the moment (where Black Lives matter) and also trying to create the best atmosphere under the circumstances. Whatever, I’ll settle for a win. COYS!