Paul Robinson tells Tottenham fans to sing anti-Arsenal chant

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Former Tottenham goalkeeper Paul Robinson was in good spirits during former teammate Ledley King's testimonial.

Robinson, who played for Tottenham from 2004 to 2008, was asked by the White Hart Lane faithful to give them a song and he duly replied by instructing the fans to sing 'stand up if you hate Arsenal'.

Spurs fans obliged by singing a couple of choruses of the anti-Arsenal chant.

Blackburn Rovers goalkeeper Robinson was on the winning team despite his side conceding three goals.

King, who was forced into retiring in 2012 due to a troublesome knee injury, scored from the penalty spot as his side won 6-3.

You can watch a short clip of Robinson leading 'stand up if you hate Arsenal' chants above. Big thanks to the Daily Mail for bringing the clip to our attention. 

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