Tottenham Hotspur, based in north-east London, has always been a football club with a large Jewish fanbase. The reasons for this aren’t entirely obvious given that another London club, West Ham, was far closer to the large Jewish communities around Spitalfields and Whitechapel. But dig a little deeper and things become clearer: it all hinges on the tram routes.
History makers: Spurs fans
In the aftermath of quenelle-gate, we remember a time when the 'Yid Army' tried to kick the politics out of football.
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