Cazorla and Pires’ picture should be seen as harmless fun

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Why this Arsenal attack on Tottenham has been blown out of proportion

Date: 21st January 2014 at 6:37pm
Written by Thomas Hallett

After Theo Walcott’s decision to remind Tottenham fans of the score during the most recent North London Derby, and Wojciech Szczesny putting his thoughts about Arsenal’s rivals into song, Santi Cazorla and Robert Pires were snapped with a fan holding a piece of paper mocking Spurs. At which point does harmless fun spill over into the unacceptable? Far from where we are now. Cazorla immediately addressed the picture on his Twitter account saying he and Pires had little knowledge about what was written, and while some may be hard pressed ... Read More

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