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VIDEO: Chairs and bottles thrown as Chelsea and Tottenham fans cause trouble outside pub

Chairs and bottles thrown as Chelsea and Tottenham fans cause trouble outside pub following the Premier League clash Saturday afternoon.

Various videos have been uploaded showing what looks more to be morris-dancing than anything, however what we didn’t see trouble inside the Finborough Arms pub, which allegedly happened.

It is said that Spurs ‘fans’ were smashing up the pub before trying to take on the hooligans of Chelsea outside of it.

The pub said: “Can I just say a massive thanks to all the @ChelseaFC fans today who came to the pub .. you never let your team down and stuck up for the pub which makes me feel very proud to be here and serve you all on a match day .. Thank you all for your support.

“It was home fans only today .. didn’t realise they were spurs till it was too late .they were hanging around out side .I rang the police before it started it took 20 mins for them to respondwe will be wiser next timethey picked the pub as it’s a soft touch as no police presence.

“Everyone is fine no body hurt .. @SpursOfficial should be doing more to keep these tears away from match days.”

After one Twitter used called them scum, they replied: “Are you that simple we are not chelsea we are a public house that happens to be beside the ground we are a theatre a music venue. and your mates smashing the pub up.. is moronic.. there was children women old ladies in there not even in there for the football. grow the fuck up!!”

The Finborough Arms are hoping that these Spurs hooligans – or should we say Peaky Blinder wannabes captured on their CCTV is caught and have action taken against them.

After watching a video of chairs and bottles thrown as Chelsea and Tottenham fans cause trouble outside pub, fans gave their reaction, prepared to be amused…

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