“Today marks yet another historic milestone in our continued progress to deliver our world-class new stadium,” …Levy told the club’s official website.
“It is also a sombre occasion upon which the club formally hands over its home of 118 years – one filled with so many special memories.”
One man who isn’t feeling the chairman’s vibe is Bonzo. The Daily Mail (among many) have Manchester City as the club tipped to sign the only creature ever born to a human and a sea-lion.
Should Walker quit, then it will be interesting to see what Levy does in terms of reinvesting what will be a sizeable lump of cash.
Trippier is a more than able alternative, but the squad is light light light.
For Levy to begin what is likely to be a volatile period mumbling about escalated stadium costs and simply trouser the loot would be the opposite of the right thing this to do.
Mousa Dembele is 48 next birthday and Son is a flake. Those are two immediate areas of concern that aren’t up for discussion.
Anyone believing that we can afford to stand still in terms of squad acquisitions is nuts. Anyone thinking that rival sides will also stand still is double nuts with raspberry sauce on top.
Why highlight this particular situation? Because all the elements coincide against Levy doing nothing. The summer window is ahead of us. Wembley is a pig. We finished second and all eyes are on compounding that, not viewing it as a one – off.
Stop twitching and get spending, sunshine.