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LASAGNE-GATE Gunners deliver dodgy dish for Spurs players to poison squad in bookie stunt

ARSENAL fans hoping to beat Spurs to a Champions League spot have devised a plan to crash their top four parties.

Antonio Conte’s squad, odds-on favorites to be in Europe’s top competition next season, reportedly has food poisoning, with star player Harry Kane ill.

It echoes the infamous final day 16 years ago when Michael Carrick and Robbie Keane both cried off ill after a dodgy pre-match meal.

Yesterday, some cheeky delivery drivers showed up at Norwich City’s home with a suspect lasagne delivery’


Gunners deliver dodgy dish for Spurs players to poison squad in bookie stunt


Irish bookmaker Paddy Power pulled the stunt.

The company was behind the incident, which seems to have occurred around the same time as reports that one of Antonio Conte’s players had Lasagne-gate #2.

Paparazzi captured two rogue food delivery men carrying Lasagne to Norwich’s home ground ahead of Tottenham’s make-or-break match.


Gunners deliver dodgy dish for Spurs players to poison squad in bookie stunt



Harry Kane’s possible demise on Friday has fueled speculation that Spurs’ history will repeat itself.

Two alleged Arsenal fans infiltrated a north London food delivery company, presumably to give Spurs an unwanted pre-match meal.

The van carrying their dodgy Italian Lasagne was branded “Highbury & Co, established 2006” and boasted’reviews,’ including one from a Mr. W. Enger who claimed their Lasagne is among the “top four in England” and goes from plate to bowl in 90 minutes.

Eagle-eyed social media users spotted the unmistakable trim of their Arsenal jerseys as the two men infiltrated the stadium to make Norwich’s visitors ‘Pukki’

Arsenal’s loss this week opened the door for Spurs to steal the last Champions League spot, said Paddy Power.

“With a trip to rock-bottom Norwich being the smallest final day hurdle, their qualification looks nailed on.”

Norwich has been so bad this season that even a poisoned Spurs squad should be fine, allowing Antonio Conte’s men to compete for another trophy they won’t win.

Spurs need a point against already-relegated Norwich to make the Champions League, while Arsenal must beat Everton at home and hope their rivals lose on the final day.

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