Jamie Vardy makes Tottenham dig about Prem title ‘bottle’ on stage at festival

Jamie Vardy took a dig at Tottenham "still not having bottle" as the Leicester City star appeared on stage at Radio 2 in the Park.

Fresh from scoring in the Foxes' 4-1 win away at Southampton on Friday night, Vardy was in attendance for the festival hosted at Victoria Park in Leicester today (September 17). He was brought up on the DJ stage and handed a microphone in between sets.

Addressing the crowd, the 36-year-old asked: "Where are the Tottenham fans?" His question was met with boos before he referenced their 2016 Premier League title battle.

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Spurs had their best ever chance to lift the trophy with Mauricio Pochettino at the helm as the rest of the top six struggled, but they were unable to get the better of Leicester as they claimed a historic triumph under Claudio Ranieri.

Vardy added: "Still got no bottle." He then went on to introduce the upcoming act, saying: "Are you ready for your next set? Let me introduce you to the one and only, Vernon Kay."

Is there a bigger s***house player than Vardy? Let us know in the comments section.

While Spurs fans were understandably unimpressed with the comment, the Leicester faithful lapped it up on social media. Taking to X, formerly Twitter, one posted: "Haha my @vardy7 doing Vardy things."

A second commented: "Jamie Vardy is having a (@BBCRadio2) Party!" A third wrote: "Not even in their league and still rustling up Spurs fans."

"The nibbles on this, absolutely glorious," hailed a fourth, while a fifth joked: "Jamie Vardy s***houses other fans even when he’s on presenting duties."

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