Since Daniel Levy came to the club, it’s been rumoured that he’s looking to get Spurs into the Champions League then sell on his shares at a huge profit. Other stories suggest he’s a lifelong Tottenham fan with the club’s best interests at heart. Maybe he’s a bit of both.
He’s had his good and bad patches for me but if what is happening at other Premier League clubs is anything to go by, I hope Levy is around for the foreseeable future.
Man City, West Ham, Liverpool and Newcastle have all been in a mess since been taking over by their respective billionaires.
Thaksin Shinawatra is selling players behind Mark Hughes’ back because he has no money he can access due to his dodgy dealings.
Eggert Magnusson left West Ham as quickly as he arrived and although Björgólfur Guðmundsson is still at the club, they are stuck with a load of overpaid injury prone players that they can’t get rid of.
There have been nothing but problems at Newcastle since Mike Ashley arrived and it looks like he wants to get out asap.
Liverpool’s American duo went off to see if Jurgen Klinsmann was interested in having Rafa Benitez’ job not very long ago and they seem to struggle when it comes to giving Rafa the transfer funds he requires.
I might not agree with some of Levy’s actions, especially where Martin Jol was concerned and I think some of our work in the transfer market needs looking at but we are certainly in a more stable financial position than a lot of Premier League sides.
Keep it up Daniel!