New Spurs signing Matt Doherty looks guilty as he deletes old tweets

Delete! New Tottenham signing Matt Doherty hilariously gets rid of old tweets revealing him to be a ‘HUGE Arsenal fan’ after £15m to north London rivals

  • Matt Doherty has deleted old tweets which revealed him to be an Arsenal fan
  • Tottenham posted a video of their new £15m signing getting rid of the posts 
  • In one of the posts the right-back said ‘I love Arsenal forever and ever’ 
  • The defender tapped the Spurs badge at the end of the video to signal his loyalty 

Tottenham have released a video of new signing Matt Doherty deleting his old tweets in which he revealed he was a ‘huge’ Arsenal fan.

The defender had some explaining to do after supporters uncovered the previous posts from 2012 ahead of his £15million move from Wolves, which was completed on Sunday.

In the comical video, Doherty is sat in his Spurs shirt and opens up a laptop with the old tweets showing on the screen.

Tottenham released a video of new signing Matt Doherty deleting old tweets about Arsenal

The defender posted that he was a huge fan of Spurs’ north London rivals on Twitter in 2012

The right-back looked guilty as he hovered over the first post which read: ‘I love Arsenal forever and ever.’

After deleting the first tweet, Doherty looked sheepishly at the camera before finding the next post in which he said: ‘Yes I’m a HUGE Arsenal fan.’

That was also removed before the 28-year-old nodded his head in approval and tapped the Spurs badge to signal his loyalty to his new club.

Doherty completed a £15million move from Wolves on Sunday and was keen to show his loyalty

The previous tweets from the 28-year-old had been discovered by fans ahead of his transfer

The full-back has signed a deal with the north London side until 2024 after a 10-year spell with Wolves.

Speaking after his transfer, Doherty said: ‘I am very proud to be joining such a big club. It has the best stadium and possibly the best training ground in the world from what I have seen.

‘When you start something new you want to start well and get off to a fast start. I can’t wait to get going.

‘I wanted to travel down to play in the game [against Birmingham] and that’s how excited I feel coming here.’

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