SOUTHAMPTON have launched an urgent probe into claims Saints fans played anti-Semitic songs after their FA Cup defeat at Spurs.
At least three fans were accused of using their phones to play clips of someone singing “you can’t gas a Jew”.
They were then said to have joked “Are we at the chambers yet?” in another sick reference to the six million Jews murdered in the Holocaust.
Spurs have had a large Jewish supporter base for more than a century and Tottenham flags often include the Star of David.
While Spurs supporters have also been criticised for appropriating the term “Y**” even if they are not Jewish, there has been a long history of anti-Semitic abuse directed at the club and supporters.
Southampton were alerted to the allegations and in a statement the St Mary’s club said: “Southampton Football Club is aware of an alleged incident during last night’s FA Cup fourth-round replay at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
“The club is currently investigating the matter and cooperating fully with both Hampshire Police and the Metropolitan Police.
“We take a zero-tolerance approach towards any discriminatory behaviour.“
Spurs have urged any supporters who witness the alleged incident to contact the British Transport Police, the Metropolitan Police or the club, preferably with any video evidence they have to substantiate the accusations.