Tottenham warned of complaints from the & # 39; Champions League & # 39; stadium following Arsenal fans' complaint - ESPN (blog)

Tottenham warned of complaints from the & # 39; Champions League & # 39; stadium following Arsenal fans' complaint - ESPN (blog)

Tottenham was warned after he violated the Advertising Standards Agency (ASA) for promoting his new stadium. The ad displayed on the London Underground screens boasted that Spurs' new site was the only venue in the London stadium where fans could watch football live in the Champions League. Launched a few months ago, the ad was originally intended as a cheeky excuse for rivals Arsenal and Chelsea, both of whom are playing in the Europa League this season. That has aged well. pic.twitter.com/HcYeHroMGy– Charles Watts (@charles_watts) September 3, 2018
In an ironic turn of events, however, the ad's images began to circle on social media following Spurs's defeat of Inter Milan – a result that Mauricio Pochettino still unfinished on the threshold of the Champions League with his new 62,000-seater stadium to open. This allegedly caused two people, including an anonymous arsenal fan, to have sufficiently pleaded guilty to the claim to report spurs to ASA. "Tagline was used because it violated Article 3.1 of its Code, according to the London Evening Standard Spurs was spared a full investigation, but was given a clue warning them against "making claims in future advertising that they can not fulfill." To avoid customers' disappointments, they can do it all on their own A 2-1 win over PSV Eindhoven at the Wembley – their temporary home – the Spurs at home must win against Inter to stay in the competition a place in the knockout stage and will probably need at least one point to Barcelona.
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