Arsenal are trying to send Tottenham to Milton Keynes

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Social media can be a wonderful thing; you can connect with people all over the world, meet new people, and even send your fiercest rivals up the M1.

An amazing moment this week saw Arsenal fans, who seem to be among the most powerful sets of supporters on Twitter, attempt to sabotage a Tottenham survey.

Spurs released an open survey to see what their fans would rather do during the 2017/18 season, move into Wembley, or the Stadium MK. During this season, Spurs will not have a stadium of their own, and will need to find a temporary home for its duration.

Arsenal fans leaped on the opportunity to take part in this poll, trying to get Spurs out of north London and into Milton Keynes. 

It shared around by rival supporters, with the phrase "You know what to do" appearing very regularly. Although I'm sure Spurs fans would disagree, it was brilliant to see the level of humour by Arsenal fans.

At the time of writing, the survey is "currently closed", and I'm sure it will remain that way in terms of being open for public consumption.

It was great to see this sort of banter between football fans, and although I can guarantee Arsenal fans do want to see Spurs in Milton Keynes, there was a real good natured feeling around this latest piece of north London rivalry.

Could Arsenal really send Tottenham to Milton Keynes? Who took part in the survey? Let us know in the comments!

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