Tottenham fans negative despite THST requesting board meeting
Tottenham fans lack optimism ahead of board request.
A lot of Tottenham supporters are starting to give up with their club.
The Lilywhites were top of the league just three weeks ago, laughing as Arsenal propped up the table.
Today, however, Spurs are 11th with Arsenal ahead of them in 10th.
As a result of this calamitous fall from grace, many fans are panicking.
It’s led to the Tottenham Hotspur Supporters Trust requesting a meeting with the club’s board.
In the Supporters Trust’s message they’ve stated:
“Over the past few weeks we’ve been contacted by an increasing number of Trust members and the wider fan base who are extremely concerned about the current direction of THFC.”
“Part of our role as a Trust is to ensure the Club’s Board are fully aware of supporter sentiment.”
“So we have asked for a meeting with the Club’s Executive Board to discuss both the short and long-term strategic vision for the football club.”
Tottenham fans lack optimism ahead of board request
The fans, though, still aren’t best pleased.
Many of them have little faith in any form of change coming to pass, even with pressure from the supporters club.
The fans just want to see some obvious plans in place.
If the Lilywhites can come away from this meeting with a clear idea for their strategy then it will be a huge relief.
The way things have gone over the last few years under ENIC and Daniel Levy, though, optimism is at an all time low.
What do the fans think?
Will Daniel Levy write the questions you can ask?— Felon82 (@Felon82) September 28, 2021
To make as much money out of the club as possible with little to no investment….— Dan (@ElCapitain82) September 28, 2021
Expand property portfolio and get as many concerts, NFL, events etc as possible. All whilst the club pays off all the debts for them and they pocket the rest. Pretty sure that’s the strategy. But you will get a Levy PR special reply and that will be the end of it.— yidos (@PaxtonYid82) September 28, 2021
Please ask who makes the football-related decisions too please.— Simon (@onthetwo) September 28, 2021
Good. What’s happening on the pitch cannot continue. My worry is that we get into the situation that occurred at Palace a few years ago, that the club was sold on but Ron Noades kept the ground. It seems to me that this is all being positioned alone those lines, disastrous.— Joe (@Joe_DMB) September 28, 2021
Ask hard questions then be prepared with counter questions for their stock answers. We need to challenge their answers so we get the truth. Make them very uncomfortable!— Mike S (@MichaelSkudder) September 28, 2021
Here’s the strategy!!!!— Tony Hobbs (@TonyHob29) September 28, 2021
minimum expenditure for maximum profit.
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