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Video Evidence: ENIC’s Stadium Acoustics Worked Superbly After Yesterday’s Game
By Harry Hotspur -

Daniel Levy has a problem. Of course, he’s been here before, one might say on several previous occasions. Like the colosseums of Rome or the audience at the end of Cromer Pier, the crowd can turn nasty when it is not being entertained.

Against Manchester United, there as plenty to be dissatisfied with; the substitution of Luca Moura, the lacklustre performance of Harry Kane and even Nuno’s very presence is now sending people into full-on ‘boo’ mode.

Daniel must have been wishing the acoustics weren’t quite so powerful…

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Silent Witness
Silent Witness
2 months ago

So, now my Tavistock posts have been reinstated. I will not speculate what happened and they ended up removed.

For those interested check Tavistock group out
According to their website Spurs have a following of 460 million worldwide, and is one of the leading clubs in Europe. Yes you read that right.

Now that is PR at it’s misleading best.

dembeleshapedhole
dembeleshapedhole
2 months ago
Reply to  Silent Witness

Tavistock, jo lewis patagonia and more have all been highlighted on this blog, even mark maloch brown, without censor previously. perhaps its you the 77 are on

Kosher Kid
Kosher Kid
2 months ago

Apparently ‘the hurrah brigade’ are editing my posts? Who are they? Are they with the happy clappers and the negative clickers?

Negative Clicker
Negative Clicker
2 months ago
Reply to  Kosher Kid

They’re worse than the peoples front of Judea

Last edited 2 months ago by The Hurrah Brigade
Happy Clapper
Happy Clapper
2 months ago

Give Nuno a chance

Kosher Kid
Kosher Kid
2 months ago
Reply to  Happy Clapper

He blew it yesterday

Silent Witness
Silent Witness
2 months ago

I hope some of you get to read this before it inevtibly gets deleted, and ask a few questions yourselves.
What a disappointment you have turned out to be Mr. Hotspur.
You talk alot of talk, but regrettably don’t walk the walk.
You are so loud in your condemnation of Enic/Mr.Levy, but have a back bone with less stability than the bed sheets waving in the breeze of those you regularly ridicule and insult on your YouTube channel.
I’m so sad you haven’t got the guts to really go after the right people destroying the football club we all love.
I hope this website and your channels make you lots of money, as I can only presume that’s the only reason you run them, you have more in common with Enic and Mr.Levy than you think.
Go on delete this post as well.

JimmyGrievance
JimmyGrievance
2 months ago
Reply to  Silent Witness

So, to be clear. You don’t think ENIC & Levy are to blame ?

You’re right…. You’ll get deleted. Not for your point of view. Just the sheer stupidity of it.

Silent Witness
Silent Witness
2 months ago
Reply to  JimmyGrievance

Of course they are to blame, you seem to miss my point, and choose to waste your effort replying without thinking, Mr. Grievance.
Enic are merely a legal entity created to meet certain requirements so an investment can be made separate to other investments, they are merely a subsidiary, Tavistock are the real decision makers over which direction Enic goes, Mr.Levy is nothing other than their floor manager, with a minority stake, delivering their projects, plans or whatever else Tavistock wants, and if you disagree with that let everyone come to their own conclusion who is demonstrating sheer stupitidy here.

Billy Tonsils
Billy Tonsils
2 months ago
Reply to  Silent Witness

You have a point there. I suppose we end up hoping that somewhere within the Tavistock group there is a CEO that could run the football club as a comparative success while making enough money for the Hierarchy . It’s not like money hasn’t been spent and we never understand what goes on bar this . That obnoxious little shit has sat there for twenty odd years alienating nearly everyone he comes across professionally. Let’s just fuck him off anyway..oh and he is the Godson of Joe Lewis . Not technically a qualification.

Billy Tonsils
Billy Tonsils
2 months ago

The booing was the highlight for me…feel for Nuno who is on 148,000 a week which is around 7 mil a year. Once a decent likeable man turned by the huge sum our shrewd hard nosed business had to pay to sign him up…Our club is like a balloon in the wind ..no direction..no purpose full of air..Injust hope something bursts really soon.
For a club with the classiest name in football we have been turned into a dirty grubby laughing stock by a deluded megalomaniac with massive insecurity’s who fritters the clubs money in a bid to retain control.
No one seems to trust Levy , any guarantees of a hands off approach to attract a decent coach would be broken ..with Levy sitting there ..stating prove it.
How do we attract quality players to the club..we cannot.
still I suppose Harry Kane is proving who is really in charge eh Danny.
Mark my words we will never have a tip top player again ..because Levy cannot cope…

Kosher Kid
Kosher Kid
2 months ago
Reply to  Billy Tonsils

My theory is that Levy’s time has run it’s course for a variety of reasons.

There is no doubt that Levy has absolutely rinsed bigger clubs wanting to buy Spurs best players and likewise he has absolutely rinsed smaller clubs when Spurs have approached their players, regarding the fee payed for the transfer.

For a period no other club managed to extract maximum value for the players they sold from buying clubs or negotiate bargain prices for players, with a short period of time left on their current deals, from selling clubs.

The method used for players Spurs bought was probably a covert one of approaching a player or his representatives and suggesting he ran his current deal down in advance of Spurs making an approach. This enabled Spurs to save money on a transfer fee when buying players on the up aged under 24. It’s fair to say that Levy has probably left a lot of smaller clubs feeling as though they have been walked on and bigger clubs feeling as though they have been robbed. Whiskey nose referred to it being preferable to have your teeth pulled out at the dentist than to negotiate a deal with Levy.

These methods reached their peak when Paul Mitchell worked for the club and Poch’s team was assembled. Leicester City now do this better than anyone, for the last 5 years, while Spurs transfer dealings have gone off a cliff. More than half of the players Spurs have signed since Mitchell left have been worse than useless.

Perhaps Levy has just upset too many people in football for too long and the writing is well and truly on the wall for him?

Last edited 2 months ago by The Hurrah Brigade
Billy Tonsils
Billy Tonsils
2 months ago
Reply to  Kosher Kid

There is a fair few in football who would be delighted to see Levy fall flat on his face for the reasons you give.

at large
at large
2 months ago

Some thoughts.

Spurs are 8th in net spend over the past 5 years. We sit in 8th place.

https://www.football365.com/news/transfers-premier-league-five-year-net-spend-man-utd-man-city

Looking at wage bills, Spurs are 6th.

https://www.totalsportal.com/money/premier-league-wage-bill/

Put the 2 together, we’re pretty much punching at our weight. Until ENIC sell or splash the cash, nothing will change and the same 4-5 teams will win every year. Boring. What we’ve figured out in the States is that there needs to be a wage cap to give some teams a real shot and even then the NBA and MLB have workarounds.

You can blame ENIC for not spending. The players are clearly unmotivated and a lot are washed. That’s on them and to some extent Nuno, who like Poch, Jose and Mateson before him, can’t make these guys better. But does anyone really think changing the gaffer is really going to make a difference?

The solution was obvious 3 years ago. Back Poch, even a little, and we would have had a nice run…

Billy Tonsils
Billy Tonsils
2 months ago
Reply to  at large

When we do spend it is on what or whom…Doherty , NDembele , who we all try to like, LoCelso, Aurier I just cannot be arsed to list the players that haven’t cut the mustard.
If it wasn’t Spurs it would be funny, the same people who splash the dosh willy nilly are still in post, unaccountable. It starts at the top and drips down..
It is an absolute tragedy the obvious reality of buy cheap by thrice will never permeate the skull of our property developing masters..because it isn’t about the football.

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
2 months ago

5Live saying Nuno close to the sack.

Sacking the wrong person. The coward who is responsible for the rotten state of the club and hides behind the manager should go.

Silent Witness
Silent Witness
2 months ago

Interesting, name Enic and Levy, and they appear to be fair game.
Identify any other associated organisations and you delete the comment!

Cali
Cali
2 months ago
Reply to  Silent Witness

what other associated organisations you talking about? that ship has sailed we don’t want to hear Enic/Levy apologists anymore simples.

Silent Witness
Silent Witness
2 months ago
Reply to  Cali

I’m no levy/Enic apologist, you can bet your house on that, I want them out of my club.
As I have stated before this bunch of property developers have high jacked a football team for their own personal gain.
The associated organisation I have named twice and had the comment removed twice so it appears, means I can only speculate the owners of this blog may be have worries from a legal perspective, about dragging the real power behind the operation into the limelight.

Cali
Cali
2 months ago
Reply to  Silent Witness

Oh I got you now fair enough, keep on writing I hope they will stop one day deleting it, after all you are a witness I guess you have to speak up loudly just joking the last part thanks for clarifying it much appreciated.

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
2 months ago

Might be wrong. But something in the atmosphere has changed at Tottenham.

A good run of wins might change things but the penny finally seems to have dropped with the fans.

It might seem that we can do little individually. I’m not calling for fans to boycott games that’s a personal decision.

I’m not buying any more merchandise from the Spurs shop, won’t make much difference I know.

As fans we haven’t got the two or three billion it would take to buy ENIC out.

It will take years probably but the one thing business abhors is bad publicity, a toxic atmosphere in the premises, bad press and that’s what Spurs have now. It took years to get rid of Mike Ashleigh but it happened.

It might seem impossible to bring down the behemoth that is ENIC but an avalanche can be started by the removal of one small pebble.

Just not buying ENIC merchandise and booing the ENIC machine can be that pebble.

Last edited 2 months ago by James McKevitt
Kosher Kid
Kosher Kid
2 months ago
Reply to  James McKevitt

Could Levy attempt to sell the football club but retain the Stadium, the training ground and other property?

That way he would still have his hand in the till.

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
2 months ago
Reply to  Kosher Kid

Even if ENIC sold I’m convinced that Levy will try and make it part of the deal that he stays on as chairman.

Kosher Kid
Kosher Kid
2 months ago
Reply to  James McKevitt

5 million a season is good money tbf. Who else would pay Levy that much?

Billy Tonsils
Billy Tonsils
2 months ago
Reply to  Kosher Kid

This is one of my alarming set of concerns..

Kosher Kid
Kosher Kid
2 months ago
Reply to  Billy Tonsils

I think it may be what is happening at the moment. Levy could effectively Sub-contract the football operation out and charge rent for the ground and training facility to a tenant club.

It’s why I would like to see an Independent supporters group formed.

eddie
eddie
2 months ago

Those fans booing Kane yesterday have short meories.I’m not saying he is entirely without blame and he has been naive to say the least.As I undersatnd it he still has his brother as his agent.He has to appoint a proper agent to secure his move next January.

He has carried us for several seasons now and last season he produced stats which have never been achieved in the PL.

That was the performance of a man doing his best for the club before his promised move to win silverware.Who is to blame for the position we find ourselves in now I wonder?

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
2 months ago
Reply to  eddie

Fans are fickle, you’re only as good as your last game. I think Harry is burnt out physically and mentally. No other striker to allow him to recover.

I remember an FA Cup game three or four years ago against Newport County and Poch had to bring on the cavalry in the shape of Harry to save the game.

I commented then on this blog that running Harry into the ground would not end well.

Richard David Bernard Taylor
Richard David Bernard Taylor
2 months ago

The louder and clearer the better with lots of “Levy out!”

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

Why were they there?

Last edited 2 months ago by Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
StuSpur
StuSpur
2 months ago

ENIC aside, I can’t help but say how sick to death I am of this awful group of players. Yeah we haven’t invested enough, yes Nuno is a joke but seriously, what a bunch of useless, time wasting twots. Wage thieves living off the fact they were part of Pochs ‘golden’ era despite the fact most of them were fringe players because they were sh&t.

Richard David Bernard Taylor
Richard David Bernard Taylor
2 months ago
Reply to  StuSpur

Yes, fringe players and one reason why we didn’t convert our near misses into trophy wins. I particularly remember one FA Cup Semi final with Chelsea when (midway through the second half?) they brought on DIEGO COSTA and, in comparison, we had the usual suspects (and suspect is the apt word) on the bench from which to make our own ineffective substitutions; a principal reason why we kept losing such matches in the end.

Wouldn’t have had anything to do with our useless chairman not backing his manager sufficiently in the transfer market but, instead, ploughing nearly every penny into a stadium while enhancing his property portfolio and his already not inconsiderable wealth? No, surely not?

JimmyGrievance
JimmyGrievance
2 months ago

Levy didn’t design the acoustics for booing football fans. They were designed for screaming lady gaga fans and NFL ex pats to cheer their team.

Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
2 months ago
Reply to  JimmyGrievance

Yes.

Bertoliver
Bertoliver
2 months ago

Levy is safe for now. He’s sold the season tickets for this year and the away end will always fill up as it’s a great stadium to visit and a real chance of seeing an away win! If the home fans boycott the games he still banks the money. I suspect even without any success this season the club will make money this year assuming no lockdown.
However bad we are, and we really are, I think we will avoid a relegation scrap those three wins at the start of the season have certainly prevented a crisis so far.
Judging by last night the fan base has turned against Nuno and certain players, Harry for example but more importantly against the bald tw.t.
Things are turning against him. Firstly the furlough then having to backtrack on meeting the THST when he originally blanked them until the press ran with the story.
He has run out of excuses and it appears friends in the media judging by the press he is now getting.

StuSpur
StuSpur
2 months ago
Reply to  Bertoliver

I was stunned by the naivety of fans during season ticket renewals when they fell for the PR tricks from ENIC. Conte? War chest? You’re having a laugh.

Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
2 months ago
Reply to  StuSpur

It keeps working so they’ll keep doing it.

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
2 months ago
Reply to  StuSpur

No end to the gullibility.

East Stand
East Stand
2 months ago
Reply to  James McKevitt

Gullibility of the faithful has been the main reason why ENIC have gotten away with it for almost 23 years…

Richard David Bernard Taylor
Richard David Bernard Taylor
2 months ago
Reply to  Bertoliver

Yes, and a journalist in the Sun has stuck the knife in! Plunge it in deep and twist it, I say. Show no mercy! Turn up the volume, fans and direct your venom in the appropriate direction. Make the atmosphere positively toxic. Like many of us, I wish to see the back of this hideous monster.

Sonificent
Sonificent
2 months ago

Watching Tim Howard and Robbie Mustoe on Yank TV this morning was interesting. Both were very hostile towards Levy and the history of poor decision making. Mustoe even labeled Levy a ‘wheeler-dealer’ which is spot on. He’s pretending to be a football man and the spotlight is firmly on him at last. We can only hope this brings about some kind of positive change.

StuSpur
StuSpur
2 months ago
Reply to  Sonificent

Accountability is what we ask for. Unfortunately THFC are a folder inside of ENICs portfolio of assets and so long as the happy clappers pump cash into it the bean counter will drive home whistling

Silent Witness
Silent Witness
2 months ago
Reply to  StuSpur

And Enic are just a folder in Tavistocks portfolio.
I’m going to get really repetitive about this now, to the point it is going to annoy some of you.
But Tavistocks name needs to be dragged to the top of this sorry pile of dung.
Their brand needs to identified with Enic in more public way, it’s time they were held more accountable for their lack of investment in Enic, and therefore Spurs.

Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
2 months ago
Reply to  Silent Witness

It needs to be said. Always bothered me that it shares the name of the tavistock institute the nefarious social engineering and bahavioral science institute. Lewis used Spurs to continue the agenda 2030 style London facelift under the guise of gentrification. Not to mention what he’s doing in Patagonia which has been mentioned before here. When you “allegedly” make a killing from financial crashes you are not trustworthy and that’s an understatement.

Kosher Kid
Kosher Kid
2 months ago

I was way off believing this current Spurs team could win this fixture, under the current circumstances. The home results had been decent apart from Chelsea. The performances have not been so great home or away.

United were there for the taking in my opinion and Spurs asked no questions of them. Whether it’s Nuno being inept / unfit or Poch’s players throwing him under the bus is debatable. The truth is probably somewhere between the two.

I felt that Nuno had begun making decisions after the NLD and sticking with them up until yesterday. He dumped Dele and Winks from the starting 11 and his consistent team selections for the league games after the NLD sent a clear message to the Checkatrade Thursday 11.

His decisions yesterday to select Davies and in particular Lo Celso went against all of that. I assumed that Ndombele must have been injured when I initially saw the team. When it was clear he wasn’t I am now failing to understand Nuno at all. Reguillon and Ndombele must both now be fed up with Nuno, along with the other Checkatrades, and Nuno appears to have no friends among this squad. When you’re already in a hole you are supposed to stop digging.

What he saw in Lo Celso’s performance against Burnley, to pick him against United ahead of Ndombele, is beyond me. Lo Celso and Ndombele are just not fit for purpose. If we know it; Kane and Son must surely know it. If I were Nuno I would pick neither of them and instead go to Alfie Devine and / or Dillan Markanday.

Wasting any further game time on N’dombele and Lo Celso has to be the most futile course of action any manager could take. They give Spurs very little at all in terms of goals, creativity and consistency. Baldy has probably forbidden Nuno to take the Cortina’s off the forecourt though; so I expect the current farce to continue.

The politics regarding ENIC I agree with. An investment company that don’t invest for 20 years. They’ve just used other people’s money to build their empire. I stopped attending matches at WHL because of them so I am never going to defend them.

I want Spurs to win football matches. I wanted Spurs to win this football match. I felt that Spurs best 11 could match up with United’s best 11. They turned up and yet again Spurs didn’t. The club is imploding. I have no desire to fight among ourselves. I am 100% Spurs and fed up with ENIC like the rest of you.

StuSpur
StuSpur
2 months ago
Reply to  Kosher Kid

Nothing wrong with admitting you were wrong. I hate the fact that I’ve actually grown to dislike my club because of what ENIC have done to it. But I can never quit because the club means to much to us as fans. It’s sovereign.

It’s your duty tho to make every other happy clapper ENIC support wake up and smell the coffee because ENIC don’t want fans like me, they want ‘oh better luck next time’ fans who buy a shirt on the way out.

Sonificent
Sonificent
2 months ago
Reply to  StuSpur

Absolutely correct. Hopefully the football tourists even swerve Spurs soon as they only want CL and even a sniff of winning which we no longer have. That hurts Enic.

Kosher Kid
Kosher Kid
2 months ago
Reply to  StuSpur

I think this is where I am misunderstood. I went through this resentment of the Spurs supporter consensus, (aka ‘happy clappers’) being seemingly ambivalent or on board with the ‘project’ after the sacking of Jol.

My favourite period as a Spurs supporter was following the team home and away under Martin Jol. It had a feeling of genuine renaissance about it. Away games before Jol had a very low expectation level. Jol restored a bit of pride to Spurs, brought consistency at home and hope to away games. Levy planned and arranged Jol’s sacking in the first three months of the 07 / 08 season in the most humiliating manner.

Martin Jol was a very competent manager and a good man who deserved so much better from Levy. The ‘happy clappers’ accepted it and got over it much faster than me. I was so fed up I considered selling my League Cup final ticket to recover what I regarded as my losses on my season ticket. It seemed obvious to me that Juande Ramos was clearly clueless before the end of that season.

I had already stopped spending money in the ground and buying club merchandise from season 03 / 04 onwards. I didn’t renew my season ticket, having held it for 10 years, for the 08 / 09 season. I had attended home and away matches regularly for 25 years. I felt increasingly alone in the Spurs crowd because I could see through ENIC from the start. I got a season ticket at my local club and began watching non league football, at Southern League and Conference North level, home and away, for the next 10 years.

I found it equally if not more enjoyable and instead watched Spurs on the TV only. I have not regretted that decision ever. The lads I used to go with still attend and when they tell me what they are now paying I know I made the correct decision. I have turned down offers for tickets but; I attended the home game against Bournemouth at Wembley because my daughter bought tickets for me and my son as a birthday present. The whole time I attended Spurs; a home game was a 200 mile round trip from where I live near Coventry.

I have only chosen to attend away games since I packed up 13 years ago. This was a conscious choice I made due to ENIC’s methods.

Richard David Bernard Taylor
Richard David Bernard Taylor
2 months ago
Reply to  Kosher Kid

Congrats on turning up! Are you still in the stocks being pelted with tomatoes and cabbages? I didn’t have you down as a Levy apologist, as it so happens. I think you were trying to take a calmer, balanced view even if many of us don’t quite see it in the same terms as you do. Frankly, we have had enough.

Kosher Kid
Kosher Kid
2 months ago

I think I came across that way because I haven’t been on here for a while. It’s clear to me now that the ENIC / Levy out feelings of many are being vented on here on a daily basis. I hadn’t realised the strength of feeling was so strong because I no longer attend matches.

I watch TBH youtube channel daily briefings but I’ve been off work ill this week and have been trawling the blogs etc.

I reached my tipping point a very long time ago with ENIC and Levy as I have stated. The events that are now unfolding were what I expected before the stadium build if I’m being honest; but it never happened.

Levy is in trouble at the moment without a doubt. There is nowhere else for the blame to land and he probably knows this.

Richard David Bernard Taylor
Richard David Bernard Taylor
2 months ago

The post I was writing has just disappeared into thin air! Yes, Jol was a shade unlucky and treated badly by our CEO, par for the course for the bald one. I remember Jol saying that Mourinho, at the time having great success with Chelsea, would find the going a lot harder at Spurs!

Kosher Kid
Kosher Kid
2 months ago

Turned out to be a prophecy rather than a statement of fact!

Dino
Dino
2 months ago
Reply to  Kosher Kid

Largely agree but do think Tanguy is worth pursuing with.. a. He can play a pass, and b. Does have a goal in him… as Mourinho found out 60 minutes of Tanguy is better than 90 mins of lo celso, winks, dele & just about anyone else who can play there….& then there is the resale value… whose going to pay Tanguy 200k/week? Lo celso should be easy to shift…. I kind of agree tho in that we need to give one of the academy players a run out, at least they’ll play for the badge & give the team energy. I would bench Kane from now on in too….

Kosher Kid
Kosher Kid
2 months ago
Reply to  Dino

You summarise it better than I could have. N’Dombele has been useless from the start in my honest opinion. He is slightly less useless than Lo Celso. Winks is well beyond useless. So therefore ‘Tangy’ is the best of a very suspect, rotating, cast of useless players. We will either have to give these players away, due to the ridiculous wages they are being payed, or suffer this prevailing clown show until their current contracts expire.

Dele has descended into uselessness for reasons which seem abstract and difficult to understand. However; Kane appears to have now caught the same disease as Dele and when you think about it; Eriksen, Vertonghen and Toby seemed to forget how to play football very soon after the special one arrived.

It is possible that this team has been sabotaged for two years in a cynical attempt to reduce the wage bill and bring in some transfer bunce. I certainly wouldn’t rule this theory out because Levy is very slippery and unlike Kane; knows when to keep a low profile and his mouth shut.

What can / do we do?

Dino
Dino
2 months ago
Reply to  Kosher Kid

Dele has largely been useless since Walker was sold… he excelled when he had space to run into, that space was largely created by the influence of Eriksen & our marauding full backs who were devastatingly quick, usually had an end product & meant opponents had to sometimes double up on them to limit their effectiveness… when walker was sold we never replaced his athleticism, it was around the same time Rose went into meltdown.. which shortly afterwards coincided with Eriksen loss of form & Dembele being sold… with no space to run into he has little else to his game, and hasnt adapted in any other way to compensate for it. The transfer windows with no players churned or brought will set us back at least 5 years. Unless Levy exits the building on football affairs, and/or invests 100mill + for the next 2-3 years in the squad or sells up.. we’ll be finishing between 7th-15th…

Dave Smith
Dave Smith
2 months ago

Agree with StuSpurs….Levy is a wart you cant get rid of

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
2 months ago

Alternative managers to Nuno have a DNA approach when contacted by a begging Levy; Do Not Answer.

StuSpur
StuSpur
2 months ago

If anyone with a ticket for the next game who believes they are a genuine fan should boycott the next game. Go to the stadium, stand outside and protest. Leave the stadium completely empty.

The tiny room fans have to make a impact on this horrid regime in charge is to shine the brightest light possible on them via the media.

ENIC and levy receive minimal negative press despite their abhorrent running of the club. All news stories about spurs and our decline need to include ENIC. Force them on to the front line!

Dave Smith
Dave Smith
2 months ago

If anyone wants me to take Ben Davies out I’d do it for free

Dave Smith
Dave Smith
2 months ago

Season ticket holders should boycott everything until he steps aside no matter how long it takes…sure levy is picking the team and taking the training sessions..

Dave Smith
Dave Smith
2 months ago

Goldfish bowl of a stadium run by plankton

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
2 months ago
Reply to  Dave Smith

Pondlife.

East Stand
East Stand
2 months ago

Someone recently said “well I think we are doing rather ok in 5th…” etc we are now 8th and plummeting.

How do you lose so heavily to a team that were just embarrassed in their own back yard? I mean how do you even achieve such an embarrassing result?

Where’s the pro-Levy mob? I’m sure they wouldn’t even dare to embarrass themselves at the moment. A moment of clarity for them… hopefully!

Paul Donovan
Paul Donovan
2 months ago
Reply to  East Stand

The thing is i knew we would lose 3or4-0 to United. If a team has a bad result & get a bollocking. Who do you want next? Of course gutless, mentally feeble Spurs

Kosher Kid
Kosher Kid
2 months ago
Reply to  Paul Donovan

I didn’t. We had only lost once to United, 0-1, at home since 2012. We had won 3 and drawn 4 since then.

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
2 months ago

Yep lets use Levy’s much vaunted stadium acoustics against him; #LEVY OUT.

StuSpur
StuSpur
2 months ago

Have no doubt, they will be working on ways to make sure the acoustics aren’t so disruptive next time

Richard David Bernard Taylor
Richard David Bernard Taylor
2 months ago
Reply to  StuSpur

Yes, probably! It would be interesting if the acoustics were to start malfunctioning, wouldn’t it?

Richard David Bernard Taylor
Richard David Bernard Taylor
2 months ago

“I think they are telling you the gig’s up and it’s time to go, Daniel”

Keith Browning
Keith Browning
2 months ago

Several of our decent players will never have played in such a poor team before so they probably dont know how to react. Normally some would overreact – shout and scream at team mates or kick the opposition, but just nothing. Nuno seems to have sucked all the enthusiasm and life out of them – because that is the way he is.

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
2 months ago
Reply to  Keith Browning

Substitute ENIC for Nuno and I agree one hundred percent.

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
2 months ago
Reply to  James McKevitt

Yes Nuno is just the puppet, it’s the puppet master that needs getting rid of.

Richard David Bernard Taylor
Richard David Bernard Taylor
2 months ago

Actually, I feel a pivotal moment (in my mind anyway) during Poch’s reign was around Christmas/New Year in season 2018-19 when we lost at home to Wolves, ironically managed by….NUNO! Apart from the CL run, our results took an alarming dip from that moment on.

With Redknapp, a pivotal moment for me, after which things were never the same again, was when we were stuffed 5-2 by the Arsenal after having been in front (a little against the run of play) 2-0.

Paul Donovan
Paul Donovan
2 months ago

We beat Everton 6-2 up there & were brilliant. We beat Bournemouth 5-0 next at Wembley , but it could have been 5-5. After that it was Wolves & downhill

Kosher Kid
Kosher Kid
2 months ago

The bit you’re not realising about the decline from the time you have stated is that Jose had been sacked as the United boss when Spurs won 2-6 at Goodison.

I remain convinced that United approached Poch to be their next manager around that time. That is why it hurt seeing Kane playing golf with Gobchite Neville.

He openly stated that United should approach Pochettino at the time through his role with Sky live on the TV. I thought that in itself was disgusting.

Levy putting Paul Mitchell on gardening leave for 14 months made no sense either. But it would if he had also been approached at this time to go to United. As it was the only person they got was Kieran Mckenna who had been running the academy @ Spurs I think.

Last edited 2 months ago by The Hurrah Brigade
Richard David Bernard Taylor
Richard David Bernard Taylor
2 months ago
Reply to  Keith Browning

Hojberg on MOM clearly had more he’d ideally have liked to have said!

East Stand
East Stand
2 months ago

Levy’s brave new NFL shopping-mall world looking rather ragged around the edges, after only two years

Toxic…

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
2 months ago
Reply to  East Stand

It’s like Man United as long as the tills are ringing alls well.

East Stand
East Stand
2 months ago
Reply to  James McKevitt

Utd, Arsenal us… all run by people that don’t care about football.

Sonificent
Sonificent
2 months ago
Reply to  East Stand

Both of those owners spend significant amounts on the team versus Levy. Both are also in better shape now.

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
2 months ago
Reply to  Sonificent

Fair comment Son.

Sonificent
Sonificent
2 months ago

I would take the Glazers and their spend on players over Levy all day.

Bertoliver
Bertoliver
2 months ago
Reply to  Sonificent

Arsenal going places outside bet for top four. How come their academy produces Smith Rowe and Saka and ours Winks Tanganga and Skipp to be honest when we fish in the same waters?

East Stand
East Stand
2 months ago
Reply to  Sonificent

Well yeah, fair point…

Richard David Bernard Taylor
Richard David Bernard Taylor
2 months ago
Reply to  East Stand

Isn’t it just, Eastie! Such a shame; couldn’t happen to a nicer bloke!

Lilywhite without the II
Lilywhite without the II
2 months ago

City’s bid for Kane in January will be a low ball one now….Levy will get played…I’d say 110/120m let him go, play with no striker for the rest of the season and spend big in the summer..write this season off, but I would go all out to win the conference – with a new manager

East Stand
East Stand
2 months ago

The ‘master negotiator’ has weakened his position in the negotiations? 🤔

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
2 months ago
Reply to  East Stand

Remember the kudos he got for showing money bags Man City and Pep who was the boss, not looking too clever now is it?

East Stand
East Stand
2 months ago
Reply to  James McKevitt

Any victories over our rivals are always short lived and overhyped, both on and off the pitch…

Richard David Bernard Taylor
Richard David Bernard Taylor
2 months ago
Reply to  East Stand

Too true, Eastie.

Limerick AL.
Limerick AL.
2 months ago
Reply to  James McKevitt

We all knew that in the end the Player always wins , even the no hopers .Levy thought that he was being a Wise Guy. I believe if Kane was going to Utd then the Media would have accepted it willingly, they hated him going to Citeh, still do .

Richard David Bernard Taylor
Richard David Bernard Taylor
2 months ago
Reply to  East Stand

Ah, yes, the fabled “master negotiator!”

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
2 months ago

I’m not sure City will bid for Harry. He looks like badly damaged goods at this stage. I know he is on a work to rule but even for England which he loves his performance levels have been dropping.

Limerick AL.
Limerick AL.
2 months ago
Reply to  James McKevitt

James , If Harry was to shine for England and then Hide for Spurs it would not look good for him. He wants his move and he will get it . Harry playing well for England would play into Levys hand.

Limerick AL.
Limerick AL.
2 months ago
Reply to  Limerick AL.

What I mean is that Harrys Work To Rule has to be on all fronts.

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
2 months ago

Why no striker for the rest of the season? If Kane goes we’ll have the money. We’re unable to score with Kane, if we play with no striker at all we’ll be in a relegation battle.

Dino
Dino
2 months ago

110 million? Is that a joke? 50-70 more like… why should they pay more?

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
2 months ago
Reply to  Dino

Damaged goods.

Kosher Kid
Kosher Kid
2 months ago

Don’t worry.

Eddie Howe will be here after we draw with Vitesse on Thursday.

SpursGoliath
SpursGoliath
2 months ago

Dead Dodo Desperado Santo won’t make the season

Richard David Bernard Taylor
Richard David Bernard Taylor
2 months ago
Reply to  SpursGoliath

Out by February now looking distinctly optimistic.

MarkP
MarkP
2 months ago

How many of those suckers paid to go see that crap show? Why anyone spends money on ENIC FC is beyomd me.

Surespur
Surespur
2 months ago
Reply to  MarkP

I think the penny has to drop soon for the remaining Levyists

Limerick AL.
Limerick AL.
2 months ago
Reply to  Surespur

It is easier to fool a man, than to convince him that he has been fooled. Mark Twain.

East Stand
East Stand
2 months ago
Reply to  Limerick AL.

Wise words indeed.

Cabspur
Cabspur
2 months ago
Reply to  Limerick AL.

Good stuff.

Kosher Kid
Kosher Kid
2 months ago
Reply to  Limerick AL.

Are you UK or Shannonside?

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
2 months ago
Reply to  MarkP

Mindless. In their pea sized brains not going to matches makes you a gooner or some such nonsense.

Richard David Bernard Taylor
Richard David Bernard Taylor
2 months ago

Yes, they used to have a right pop at my friend over the road, David Dillenberg, whose study is becoming something of a shrine to past Spurs glory with framed photos all over the walls.

surrey-spurs
surrey-spurs
2 months ago
Reply to  MarkP

Because its my team ! I waited many years to get a season ticket to support my club. It was a huge challenge to renew this year as I had little faith, but you always hope (especially as a Spurs fan). I did not attend yesterday as I knew what was going to happen, but it’s a lot of money to throw away, as I’m not loaded. It’s a 2.5 hour trip each way, so I think I have a right to complain rather than some sofa fan like yourself. Complain by all means but not at all fans, save your loathing for Levy.

Billy Tonsils
Billy Tonsils
2 months ago
Reply to  surrey-spurs

Feel for you mate. I jacked my season ticket in this year after 19yrs before that a member missing 2 home games a season doing 8 away games and a bit of Europe…first game 1967.
Couldn’t take the morphing of our club from football to property any longer..
Spurs have actually spent a fair bit of money recently but so much has been on rubbish it is hard to stomach..I am afraid Levy wants to be the Sheriff of Tottenham..Nutjob.

Richard David Bernard Taylor
Richard David Bernard Taylor
2 months ago
Reply to  Billy Tonsils

We seem to buy such hopeless players all the time or we can’t fit them into a convivial playing system.

Billy Tonsils
Billy Tonsils
2 months ago

Because we have shifted from scouting to a NFL based spreadsheets and spunked huge sums on data rather than people, experiential knowledge expertise and research..Levy is quite simply mocking us..he is the Uber Fuhrer no matter what..he does not want anyone stealing the Limelight wether good or bad it is all about him deceit the stadium NFL and land.

Sonificent
Sonificent
2 months ago
Reply to  Billy Tonsils

My dad and I gave up our 4 tickets the season after we moved into the toilet bowl. Dad had been going since the early 60s. Felt the same as you do.

Richard David Bernard Taylor
Richard David Bernard Taylor
2 months ago
Reply to  MarkP

I’m glad I didn’t go down the pub (risking Covid into the bargain) to watch it! Our football all sideways and backwards. Nuno’s previous charges at Wolves also low scorers.

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