Arsenal fans to set up GoFundMe page for naked Sol Campbell banner

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Football fans are getting pretty bored now without their beloved sport to watch.

Almost a month has passed since we last watched a Premier League match and it may be many months more before we see another one.

It will be even longer before fans are allowed inside a stadium.

However, some supporters are already looking forward to when they’re allowed to watch their team in flesh once again.

But perhaps one group of fans are looking forward to one particular match a little bit too much.

An Arsenal fan group took to Twitter to reveal their plan for when Arsenal visit the Tottenham Hotspur stadium to face Spurs in the north London derby.

The Gunners are yet to play at Tottenham’s new stadium but when they eventually do - and fans are allowed in - the ‘REDaction Gooners’ have an idea.

They tweeted: “Going a bit stir crazy now, so seriously considering setting up a GoFundMe account to get a huge banner of this made for Spurs away - whenever it takes place.”

That’s a sure-fire way to annoy Spurs fans.

Campbell is enemy No.1 as far as Spurs fans are concerned after he left White Hart Lane for Arsenal back in 2001 on a free transfer.

He was offered a lucrative new contract but turned down the chance to become the highest-paid player in Spurs’ history. Instead, out of nowhere, he decided to move on a Bosman to north London rivals Arsenal.

Tottenham supporters have since labelled the defender ‘Judas’ and certainly wouldn’t be impressed seeing a naked Campbell banner inside their stadium.

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