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Daniel Levy is a very lucky man and his good fortune continues this weekend

By Bruce Grove -

Daniel Levy is a lucky man, he will not have to face the gauntlet of abuse that would surely have come his way if Tottenham was at home this weekend.

You cannot escape a loss to a side like Mura if your next game is a home fixture but you can escape it if your team returns home after a win in the Premier League and that is the good fortune that is shining on Levy right now.

Fans are fickle, me included and a win over Burnley at the weekend and the horrendous defeat last night will probably be put to one side for now, in better words, no crescendo of boos for Levy to experience when Spurs are back at the Tottenham Stadium next Thursday night. If we beat the Clarets that is.

Even with this bunch of dysfunctional wallies, Spurs could realistically beat Burnley at Turf Moor, beat Brentford at home and then beat Norwich at home the following Sunday, what a fortunate run of games that is.

Imagine if we were facing Liverpool at home on Sunday, then imagine if that was followed up with an away day at say, the Emirates and then a return home to face Chelsea but no, three rather easy games that could quite possibly paper over the huge cracks and take some of the pressure off Levy.

As the headline says, Daniel Levy is a very lucky man and his good fortune continues with the run of upcoming fixtures.

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Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
8 months ago

Prisicely why Conte was brought in at this time. Misdirection and con art. As per.

Billy Tonsils
Billy Tonsils
8 months ago

People seem very confident of beating Burnley …and Norwich are on a 2 match winning streak…keep the rot away from those that care..exclude them..
Players not Pets..

Tangangry
Tangangry
8 months ago

I dunno, if the first 11 had lost to Mura then I’d probably be a bit more peeved, but we’ve known the backups are wage thieves for some years now.

Tony Borg
Tony Borg
8 months ago

Out of the 5 players signed in the summer, only Romero is worth keeping. What a waste of money, Levy would have saved money by signing better players in the first place, and we might have made a Champions League spot in the process where he would have made even more money, for someone considered to be a shrewd businessman he’s wasted millions on sub quality players. This is his last chance saloon to get things right and back Conte. NO excuses.  

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
8 months ago
Reply to  Tony Borg

Not shrewd but a shrew.

Billy Tonsils
Billy Tonsils
8 months ago
Reply to  Tony Borg

What does Steve Hitchen do ?

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