Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas got a Tromso fan ejected from their Europa League clash on Thursday night for singing 'sacked in the morning', according to The Guardian.
Spurs came away from the Alfheim Stadion with three points after they cruised to a 2-0 win away in the cold weather.
But during the game the Norwegian supporter was escorted out of his chair behind the dug-out, as AVB pointed towards the hairdresser and ordered security to move him, after speaking with the officials.
This chant is all based around the rumours of the Portuguese manager facing the sack after his side were hammered 6-0 away by Manchester City at the weekend, with AVB stating that he was 'ashamed' with his team's performance.
But the fan then explained his side of the story and how the former Chelsea boss had him escorted out.
"I started singing the song in the first five minutes and then he looked at me. Then I sang it at half-time when it was 0-0, then he pointed at me and security came and escorted me out of my seat."
This seemed to be an over reaction from the Tottenham boss, but the 36-year-old has a lot of pressure on his shoulders as his next game is on Sunday when they host Manchester United, and that could determine whether he still has a job at White Hart Lane in the future.
But in the Europa League, Tottenham sit top of their group having got a 100 per cent record, collecting 15 points from five games, and have one game remaining at home against Anzhi in December.
However, the fan had the last word, stating AVB's reaction was a bit childish.
"He was being a bit petulant," the supporter added. "This is the same thing that is sung by 60,000 fans at the Emirates Stadium or in other grounds."
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