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12th May, 2017 | 9:55pm

Simon Jordan brutally mocks Tottenham when referring to winning league titles

By Amir Mir

Simon Jordan has brutally mocked Tottenham on Twitter when referring to the last time they won an English league title.

The former Crystal Palace chairman is very outspoken on social media as he is not afraid to express his views on footballing matters.

Jordan posted this picture and message on his personal Twitter account as he seemingly was mocking the club for the last time they lifted the first division title.

The last time Spurs were crowned English champions was in 1960/61 as they have come very close in recent season under the highly-rated Mauricio Pochettino.

Tottenham have broken a number of records this season, which perhaps indicates that they have one of the best teams they have put together in recent decades.

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A standout record they finally ended was finishing above their north London rivals, Arsenal for the first time in 22 years.

However, they missed on the Premier League crown to Antonio Conte’s Chelsea, who beat West Brom 1-0 on Friday night.

Nonetheless, Mauricio Pochettino’s team will be looking to pick up all three points on Sunday afternoon when the host Manchester United in a crucial clash.

The weekend encounter is set to be the final match to be played at White Hart Lane as the home team will be eager to secure the win.

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