The internet is a dangerous place. A little information, and a welcoming social media, and things that were meant to be kept secret aren't anymore.
There used to be no team leaks, transfer revelations, or managerial appointments known - but the age of social media has increased the number of things getting out to the masses before things get confirmed.
Take for example the PFA Young Player of the Year. The ceremony is Sunday night, so at the time of writing - no one should know who won the award yet. Except that we do.
With Spurs playing on Monday, the evening after the award ceremony - they were clearly allowed to be up to date with the award and publish who won for the game the following day. The programmes are all printed and ready to go for the Monday evening game at White Hart Lane. Except eagle-eyed workers have had a flick through the programme and noticed something they possibly weren't meant to:
— Hotspur Lane (@HotspurLane) April 24, 2016
It perhaps isn't a surprise given that of the nominees - only Alli and Harry Kane made the PFA team of the year. I suppose a congratulations is in order.