'Bigger than Man City': Some Spurs fans are stunned what 'Don Levy' has just pulled off
Daniel Levy will be appointed to join the European Club Association (ECA), with the Tottenham chairman set to replace Ed Woodward.
According to the Athletic, the Spurs figure will replace the Manchester United executive vice-chairman on the board of the European association.
Levy will also come in with Manchester City CEO Ferran Soriano also stepping down from the ECA.
As per the report, the Spurs chairman won support from Premier League clubs, including United, Liverpool and Arsenal, to become the latest member of the ECA board.
This comes five months after Spurs left the association to join a proposed European Super League. However, the competition never went ahead following backlash from fans, players and pundits.
Indeed, Levy will sit on a powerful table with the ECA. Atletico Madrid chief executive Miguel Angel Gil and Inter Milan’s Alessandro Antonello will also join the board.
With Levy now having a spot on one of European football’s most important organisations in the ECA, Spurs fans on social media can’t believe the news.
Here’s what some Tottenham supporters had to say on Twitter about Levy joining the ECA board…
Of course. Levy is bigger than Man City. Not surprising— Aku (@IceBergwijn) September 7, 2021
How has he managed that 😂— Alfie_thfc69 (@AlfieThfc69) September 7, 2021
Don levy at it again pic.twitter.com/wYZiuVNT8V— Aron (@Thfcnelly) September 7, 2021
The dark lord takes one more step to rule the empire— Dean (@DeanB923) September 7, 2021
Yes finally we get quality for champions league 😎— NunoandSons (@NunoandSons) September 7, 2021
Currently on my way to the cabinet 🏆— Kye (@__Kye___) September 7, 2021
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