'Daniel Levy's terrified': Some fans love what former player who's 'Spurs through and through' has said
Spurs haven’t had the best season, to put it mildly.
Tottenham began the 2020-21 campaign with a lot of optimism.
Spurs had serial winner Jose Mourinho at the helm, and the team looked strong.
Gareth Bale’s return to Tottenham on loan also went down really well with the fanbase.
However, Spurs have flattered to deceive, finishing the season trophyless and out of the Champions League and Europa League.
In addition, Harry Kane is reportedly eager to leave, while the search for a new manager goes on.
Spurs seemingly came close to landing Antonio Conte last week but talks fell through.
BBC Sport claimed there were “suggestions from Italy” that Conte had doubts over Tottenham’s transfer budget.
The outlet also hinted at differences between Conte’s reputation for buying ready-made stars and Spurs’ desire to develop players.
The club had also reportedly been looking at rehiring Mauricio Pochettino.
However it now looks as though the Argentine will remain at Paris Saint-Germain.
Former Spurs striker Mido has now hit out at Levy as he continues to search for a replacement for Jose Mourinho.
The Egyptian, who played for Tottenham from 2005 to 2007, tweeted: “Tottenham fans should know better.
“Daniel Levy will never bring any manager in who wants full control of the football decisions, will never bring in a demanding manager!!
“That’s why he sacked Poch when he started to ask for more players when he started to compare his team to City”.
And some Spurs fans loved hearing criticism of Levy from a former player:
Spurs struggling on the manager front – TBR View
Tottenham sacked Mourinho in April and nearly two months on, they still haven’t found a replacement.
Several options are no longer available or are so unlikely they’re out of reach for the Premier League club.
Julian Nagelsmann is joining Bayern Munich, and Brendan Rodgers probably won’t leave Leicester.
Likewise, Erik ten Hag has penned a new contract at Ajax so he’s unlikely to leave this summer.
And with Conte no longer under consideration and Pochettino likely to stay at PSG, Spurs’ search continues.
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