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Spurs fans cause trouble at Fulham

last updated Friday 30th November 2001, 7:30 AM
Tottenham face a second inquiry into their fans' behaviour in the space of a fortnight after their Worthington Cup game at Fulham.

The Football Association are still waiting for Spurs' submissions following the hostile reception which Sol Campbell received on his return to White Hart Lane earlier this month.

Bottles and cans were thrown at the Arsenal team coach on its way in and out of White Hart Lane, while a missile was also said to have been hurled in Campbell's direction on the pitch.

Now referee Mark Halsey has confirmed that he will be including an incident during Thursday night's Worthington Cup fourth round tie at Craven Cottage in his official match report.

Tottenham fans threw missiles at Fulham winger Luis Boa Morte as he went to take a corner in front of them during the first-half of the game.

Most of these missiles appeared to be folded-up plastic macs and Boa Morte did not appear to be hit, but he is understood to have picked up a lighter off the pitch and passed it to one of the match officials.

Referee Halsey confirmed after the game: "We will be including the incident in the official match reports."
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