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Tottenham fans rip into star on Twitter for misspelling club’s name

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Moussa Sissoko’s time at Tottenham hasn’t been great. The former Newcastle United man has failed to become a regular at Spurs and has had to be content with a substitute’s role for most games.

Nevertheless, the Frenchman tries his best to endear himself to the Spurs fans and recently posted a tweet regarding a couple of games.

Fortnite and FIFA are two of the most popular games in the world and the fact that Sissoko is giving a copy of FIFA 19’s Champions edition is interesting.

His jersey was also being pushed but a number of fans weren’t taking the bait and shared their views on the marketing ploy.

The image used had a major mistake regarding the club name and we know how supporters on Twitter can be.

Sissoko only has one start to his name this season, which came on opening day. The 29-year-old then suffered a hamstring injury and hasn’t played for us since.

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The former Magpie would come in handy in some of the cup games. Should the midfielder do well, we could see him start a Premier League game or two. Till then, he can continue playing FIFA and Fortnite.

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