A source close to Tottenham Hotspur Club has told the Harry Hotspur blog that ‘one’ of the extraordinary elements in Daniel Levy’s stadium and financials announcement – is precisely what it looks like.
Regular readers will be aware that the search for a Naming Rights partner for the New Destination™ officially flatlined when it Daniel Levy was forced into offering the ‘opportunity of a lifetime’ to the business’ lenders HSBC, who graciously and swiftly declined.
Since then the highest paid chairman in the division announced…
‘In recent months we have secured an extended agreement with Nike up to 2033, one of the longest football club deals in Nike’s history.’
Which sounds great if you’re not too bright.
But we’ve been on this extremely low calorie ENIC diet of ‘firsts’ and ‘record’ thats for nigh on 20 years now.
None of them have any been of any worth to the club or the fans.
Levy is now a seasoned purveyor of Fresh Air sandwiches and luxury holidays at Windowsill Bay.
The reason it is such a long deal is quite straightforward.
Our illustrious leader had to provide further surety in order to extend the credit facility and the only recourse was to sell more rights.
The full details of the Nike deal cannot be put into the public domain for notably obvious reasons, but anyone suffering from any delusional fantasy world scenarios of this being a piece of ‘good’ business, may wish to take a seat and perhaps sip at a glass of water whilst they steady themselves for some less than ‘good’ news.
If, IF anyone reading this still has faith in this charlatan, I would love to hear why – and my special signal for you to tell me?
One of my lawyers holds access to this blog and when he post the news that I have finally been sectioned under the Mental Health Act (1983) that is your cue.
Until such time, we’re good.
Thank you, so much.