Daniel Levy’s rap sheet with an increasing number of dissatisfied Spurs fans doesn’t read well. The European Super League blunder possibly tipped many over the edge, but personally, I believe the reaction to that was largely exaggerated by the psychological effects on folk by the pandemic lockdowns.
Martin Lipton for The Sun asks this morning that the Tottenham manager shambles is a horrible, smelly and unpleasant mess… what must Harry Kane be thinking?
Mourinho binned a week before a cup final – with the allegation having been made it was all about saving money – was then compounded by Julian Nagelsmann, then Ten Hagg, then Conte all saying thanks, but no, thanks to the opportunity of a lifetime at Tottenham Hotspur Football Club.
We are given to understand that Levy still wants it all his own way, and this business of seeking to foist Ryan Mason and Ledley King on any new coach must surely lack appeal. Certainly, Antonio Conte felt that to be the case.
A deal with Paulo Fonseca appeared small but close and then was suddenly far away, just like that Father Ted sketch.
Lipton, like most of us, probably knows very well what Harry Kane is thinking. The wheels have fallen off the ENIC Sunshine Tours bus and the time has come to start sacking board members. Joe Lewis is a sharp operator and questions are now being asked about the lack of intervention.