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Sky Turn Up The Heat Quite Personally On Daniel Levy | video
By Harry Hotspur -

The coverage of all this European Super League business just got interesting as Sky Sports broadcasted Gary Cotterill outside the stadium, picking off issues that Daniel Levy had yet to resolve. No naming rights, no trophies, no manager, and a fan base that are entitled to ask for more than the rather flat corporate ‘apology’ which n truth has not compared well with what most of the other clubs involved chose to release.

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James McKevitt
James McKevitt
21 days ago

Joel Glazer apologizes saying they didn’t understand the importance of promotion, relegation and the Football Pyramid.

You couldn’t make this up, that’s like Santa Claus not knowing what snow is.

PAUL
PAUL
21 days ago

It’s a no win situation. We’d have been gutted if there was a new Elite league and we weren’t in it!! Can you image if it had have happened and the Gooners were in it and we missed out…we’d have crucified Levy. he had no choice but to throw his hat in the ring.

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
21 days ago
Reply to  PAUL

Daniel must have remembered the 1920s and our relegation.

mikeyhughes
mikeyhughes
21 days ago
Reply to  PAUL

Nah he’s had this up his sleeves for years, I think it was the real reason the stadium got built – so even if his crappy team was no good the stadium would still get them entry into the SL. Now it’s backfired big time. Everything Danny touches turns to excreta.

JimmyGrievance
JimmyGrievance
21 days ago

He’s not sorry, he won’t apologise.

Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
21 days ago
Reply to  JimmyGrievance

He ‘regrets the anxiety and upset’ caused.. But no apology in the club statement..

Paddio
Paddio
21 days ago

It’s what’s not been said shows the actual thinking.

Scott Johnson
Scott Johnson
21 days ago

Jokes, this guy is best mates with Jose.

Levy is not the messiah, but hes done very well by our club. He tried to latch on as he knew if it worked, far better to be in than out.

Lets just cheer on the players and ryan mason.

mikeyhughes
mikeyhughes
21 days ago
Reply to  Scott Johnson

Remove the last 3 letters from messiah and you have what he really is.

Last edited 21 days ago by mikeyhughes
Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
20 days ago
Reply to  mikeyhughes

I thought we nearly had Messi then.

Cali
Cali
21 days ago

Will Levy resign as Woodward of Man United done it? Spanish press are writing that Uefa paid Levy to announce the withdrawal of the European Super League.

Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
21 days ago
Reply to  Cali

Woodward was standing down at the end of the year anyway… And Levy isn’t just our chairman, he is joint owner. So no he won’t be stepping down..

Cali
Cali
21 days ago

Will he apologise then? or he sees nothing wrong in the club no trophy no manager no champions league and now ESL saga?

mikeyhughes
mikeyhughes
21 days ago
Reply to  Cali

With Levy at the helm effectively no club either, just a money making cash cow that alienates the fans.

Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
20 days ago
Reply to  Cali

😆 You’ll have to ask him that one mate.. I’m guessing not.. I think his ‘regret’ that everyone’s upset about it is the closest we get to an apology… They are all idiots for thinking they could change the system, rule everything themselves, and wrap themselves up in cotton wool.. No relegation for all the ‘founders’ was the most pathetic thing I’ve ever heard.

Marbella Spur
Marbella Spur
21 days ago

He owns 29% of the shares, so technically he is not a joint owner and it is well within Lewis’s remit to sack him which is what he deserves for the unadulterated sh*t show of the last 22 years as CEO of a football club. Unfortunately, we are not a football club but a property development company.

Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
20 days ago
Reply to  Marbella Spur

He owns 29.4% of the shares, Lewis owns 70.6%… These two are in a co ownership. So in the UK this is ‘technically’ a joint ownership. The shareholders can change ONLY if ALL parties agree. Lewis would have to buy Levy out, and Levy would have to agree… The only way that Lewis could sack him for his performance like you are suggesting, is if it was written in to the contract.