Tottenham Hotspur's players have decided to reimburse the cost of their match tickets to Spurs fans following their 6-1 loss against Newcastle United on Sunday. The players issued a statement expressing their understanding of the fans' anger and disappointment, admitting that the defeat was unacceptable. Tottenham had an allocation of 3,209 tickets for the game, with prices ranging from £19 to £30, so the gesture is estimated to have cost around £80,000. The refunds are expected to be deposited in the fans' bank accounts within 24 hours. Tottenham's next match will be at home against Manchester United on Thursday, with Ryan Mason in charge. The club is currently fifth in the Premier League table, six points behind Newcastle United in third place and Manchester United in fourth. Tottenham's players acknowledged the support of their fans and emphasized their commitment to put things right in their upcoming match. Mason's coaching staff has been confirmed, with Matt Wells as the acting assistant head coach and Nigel Gibbs as the acting first-team coach, while Perry Suckling and Gianni Vio retain their existing roles.
In a gesture of goodwill, Tottenham Hotspur's players are refunding the cost of match tickets to fans who attended the team's 6-1 loss to Newcastle United on Sunday. The reimbursement comes after Spurs conceded five goals in the first 21 minutes of the game, leading to the sacking of interim manager Cristian Stellini. Tottenham's players expressed their understanding of fans' disappointment and frustration, and stated that they will give their all to put things right in their next game against Manchester United. The gesture is estimated to have cost around £80,000, and fans are expected to receive the refund within 24 hours.