Manchester United fan lists 100 reasons to hate Spurs

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Tottenham host Manchester United on Sunday in what could be, if we are led to believe recent reports, a potentially pivotal match for Andre Villas-Boas.

The Spurs manager would appear to be coming under extreme pressure given the club's inconsistent start to the campaign, which reached its nadir with a 6-0 thrashing at the hands of Manchester City last weekend.

It has been a difficult few months for Villas-Boas, who has seen his side score only nine goals in their 12 Premier League matches, and the Spurs hierarchy are reported to be considering replacements for the Portuguese.

Could things really get much worse for Villas-Boas at the moment? Well, it would appear that they can after the 36-year-old was compared to a sexually transmitted disease.

This comparison was made during a tongue-in-cheek video created by the excellent FullTimeDEVILS (Manchester United fans, as you can surely work out) ahead of the weekend clash at White Hart Lane.

AVB claims comedian Ian Smith, perhaps fairly, is an acronym seemingly more akin to an ailment contracted through unsafe sexual behaviour. And this, as the video points out, is one of 100 reasons to hate Spurs.

Other reasons include the questionable behaviour of cockerels, Spurs bringing diving into the English game, and the 'depressing, brutalist tribute to misery' known as White Hart Lane.

This video is the latest in a series created ahead of some of the most prominent Manchester United fixtures this season, including the victory over Arsenal and Old Trafford and the defeat to Manchester City.

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