I will not bore you with all the mistakes that Levy has made in his 22-year-old tenure as the chairman of a make-believe football club, as they are too numerous to mention and have been well documented on this site. Instead, I am going to make what I hope are some relevant points.
- Why was Nuno hired? He was effectively sacked by Wolves for playing boring and ultimately losing football. Why did the board think that he would be a success at Spurs after his failings at Wolves? He already looks like a broken man and will be inevitably sacked, it is only a question of when.
- Although I have little time for Mourinho, he was sacked six days before a cup final to save on compensation pay. On his CV, it will probably read that the only club he failed at was Spurs. A sad indictment of a great manager, but an even more sad indictment of the state of our football club.
- I said at the time that not selling Kane would be a mistake, but Levy’s mistakes in the transfer market are too numerous to list. We now have a clearly unhappy player on our books who will start to rapidly lose his transfer value This pathetic bleat from the MM and Levy apologists that he stood up to and saw off the oil-rich Arabs at City is a total myth and will prove to be an absolute disaster.
- A proper football club would have taken advantage of the weak financial position amongst the major European football clubs by recruiting the best players in Europe at severely depleted prices. Instead of doing this, Levy has hired Paratici whose contract was not renewed at Juventus, and we have reverted to type by buying players with potential or players that were just cheap. Paratici will go the same way as Nuno.