Spurs vow to track down and punish fans who displayed Alonso death crash banner

first_img1 Tottenham have condemned a banner mocking Chelsea defender Marcos Alonso’s involvement in a crash which led to the death of a young woman. Alonso was at the wheel of a car which crashed in Madrid in 2011, leading to the death of a 19-year-old woman. An image had been circulating on social media following Spurs’ match with Huddersfield at the weekend, but has since been deleted. Spurs have promised to track down and punish those responsible. A Tottenham spokesman told The Times: “This banner is clearly in extremely poor taste and we are investigating the matter. “If found to be a Spurs fan, they will be dealt with accordingly.” The woman suffered head injuries and died soon after arriving at hospital. Alonso’s brother, Miguel, broke three ribs and Jaime Navarro, a former team-mate, broke his collarbone.Alonso was arrested and charged with being over the legal alcohol limit and speeding and was fined £54,000. The image referencing Alonso’s crash was circulated on social media last_img

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