Peter Herbert, chair of the Society of Black Lawyers, deems the Spurs supporters' chants of "Yids" to be unacceptable in a 10-point plan put forward to combat racism in football.
Tottenham's fan base, which traditionally comprises of a large Jewish contingent, have used the term in defiance against discrimination, and the club have issued a statement insisting that the term is not used to cause offence.
"Our position on this topic is very clear," a Tottenham statement read.
"The club does not tolerate any form of racist or abusive chanting.
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"Our fans adopted the chant as a defence mechanism in order to own the term and thereby deflect anti-Semitic abuse. They do not use the term to others to cause any offence, they use it to chant amongst themselves.
"The club believes that real anti-Semitic abuse such as hissing to simulate the noise of gas chambers is the real evil and the real offence. We believe this is the area that requires a determined and concerted effort from all parties and where we seek greater support to eradicate."