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Mystery fan who gatecrashed Tottenham's Carling Cup celebrations

PUBLISHED: 10:13 04 March 2008 | UPDATED: 14:49 07 September 2010

LONDON - FEBRUARY 24:  Tottenham Hotspur players celebrate victory following the Carling Cup Final between Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea at Wembley Stadium on February 24, 2008 in London, England. Tottenham Hotspur won 2-1 after extra time.  (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)

LONDON - FEBRUARY 24: Tottenham Hotspur players celebrate victory following the Carling Cup Final between Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea at Wembley Stadium on February 24, 2008 in London, England. Tottenham Hotspur won 2-1 after extra time. (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)

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Gatecrashing a party is one thing, but for this fan was in another league as he blagged his way onto Wembley s famous turf and joined in the jubilant champagne celebrations for Tottenham s greatest moment for a decade. This mystery fan in the blue tracksu

Gatecrashing a party is one thing, but for this fan was in another league as he blagged his way onto Wembley's famous turf and joined in the jubilant champagne celebrations for Tottenham's greatest moment for a decade.

This mystery fan in the blue tracksuit on the left got in on the act after Spurs had been presented with the Carling Cup following their 2-1 victory over Chelsea at Wembley.

Apparently he told officials he was a relative of Chelsea's Joe Cole and wanted to console the Blues player who had to settle for a runners-up medal.

But once on the pitch he joined enthusiastically in the Spurs celebrations, and while the players obviously knew that he was an interloper, no-one seemed to care.

It was that kind of day for the Lilywhites.

IF you know the identity of the fan, email editor@hamhigh.co.uk


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