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Spurs fans trolled - by former player

Filed: Friday, 5th May 2017
By: Staff Writer

Former Hammer Bobby Zamora left West Ham supporters in hysterics this morning - after trolling the entire Tottenham fan base.

Zamora who played for both West Ham and Spurs prior to confirming his retirement took to social media this morning in order to nail his colours firmly to West Ham's mast, a matter of hours before tonight's big London derby.

Unsurprisingly perhaps Zamora's delaration of loyalty didn't go down too well amongst fans of the mob from N17 (and surrounding home counties), who have spent the day replying with mostly abusive (with the occasionally humourous) messages - as you may see below.

And here's how Zamora's fellow former Hammer, Carlton Cole, saw it...

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