Pic: The seats you may want to avoid at White Hart Lane 6 years ago

Pic: The seats you may want to avoid at White Hart Lane

Nothing frustrates a supporter, or supporters, more in a stadium than having their view obstructed. For one Leitrim man at the weekend, he saw more concrete than Premier League action.

Drumshanbo native Conor Higgins was in North London yesterday to take in Tottenham’s first home game of the season, a one-nil victory over Swansea with a Roberto Soldado penalty the difference between the teams, to replicate the victory over Crystal Palace last weekend in the exactsame manner.

However, we’re not quite sure just how much of the game he was able to take in with a pillar obstructing his view.

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For anyone hoping to go to White Hart Lane anytime soon, Conor informed us that his seat was Block 29, Row 13, Number 151, so don’t say we didn’t give you the heads up.

We doubt it happens at their near neighbours Arsenal. Well we should hope not considering the price of tickets at the Emirates

Hat-tip to Conor on Twitter for sending this our way.