Both Tottenham and Arsenal have issued warnings to their fans ahead of the North London Derby on Sunday, and have stated that they will not tolerate any abusive chants hurled at any team.
During the derby last season, Arsenal fans targeted Emmanuel Adebayor and chanted on the shooting of the Togo team-us in 2010. To take revenge, Spurs fans abused Bacary Sagna after he broke his leg.
Both the clubs carried out investigations after that match to identify those fans who had begun such chants.
Spurs intends to use their in-house media to issue warnings. It is said that if anyone is caught doing it, they could be banned from football for their entire life.
Tottenham had also discussed the case with UEFA, and following it, the club will appoint special security for the second leg of Europa League match against Inter Milan.
Following discussions with UEFA, Tottenham will also be taking the steps to appoint special security for the second leg of the side’s Europa League fixture against Inter Milan at White Hart Lane this month.
Spurs fans have been subjected to anti-Semitic attacks in both Rome and Lyon this season and it is assumed that the club will be holding discussions with the Foreign Office and UEFA prior to the Milan fixture.