Spurs will eject fans caught chanting abusively in Sunday’s North London derby.
Tottenham and Arsenal have joined forces ahead of Sunday’s crucial North London derby by appointing a ‘zero tolerance’ policy on any abusive chanting at White Hart Lane, reports the Daily Mail.
Spurs will use Sunday’s match-day programme and their official webiste to warn fans that anyone caught chanting abusively will be thrown out of the ground.
Gunners boss Arsene Wenger and former Tottenham and Arsenal defender Sol Campbell have both been the subject of sick chants in the past, while Spurs striker Emmanuel Adebyaor has also been at the centre of vile chants from the Arsenal fans.
Arsenal will also post a warning on their website ahead of the clash, which could be decisive in the race for a place in the Premier League top four.
Spurs currently sit third, four points ahead of their fifth-place neighbours, and could open up a seven point gap this weekend.
Arsenal beat 5-2 at the Emirates Stadium in November but Spurs have not lost in the league since 9 December and boast one of the form players in world football in Gareth Bale.