Tottenham Hotspur is in a new project with Managing Director of Football Fabio Paratici and manager Nuno Espírito Santo now at the helm. However, chairman Daniel Levy has remained in his position for 20 years, so he’s remained the constant figure through various club chiefs and managers.
Levy remaining at the helm through failed projects over the past 20 years resulted in Sky Sports pundit Jamie Redknapp calling out the Tottenham chairman on the “Super Sunday” postgame. The English football pundit pointed out how many rebuilds Levy needs to win a trophy and build a squad that’s consistently contending for silverware.
“Now did you just say [Tottenham] are doing a rebuild? How many rebuilds has Daniel [Levy] had? I’ve lost count,” Redknapp said. “They haven’t won a trophy under his tenure. That’s not good enough; anybody else, any other chairman, would have been voted out or left.”