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The ousting of Daniel (COYS)

Donki

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Why do we do this, it’s rinse and repeat. Ange gives us the best start in decades, we get injuries and pitch forks are out for Levy again? It’s a fucking joke and il be honest I’m not a BSODL. When the injuries clear up it will all be forgotten. The fact is we should and could have won’t the last 3.

Do your research most top teams rn are struggling with injuries with the sheer amount of matches international players have played in the last 1-2 years.
 

Jay.

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Why do we do this, it’s rinse and repeat. Ange gives us the best start in decades, we get injuries and pitch forks are out for Levy again? It’s a fucking joke and il be honest I’m not a BSODL. When the injuries clear up it will all be forgotten. The fact is we should and could have won’t the last 3.

Do your research most top teams rn are struggling with injuries with the sheer amount of matches international players have played in the last 1-2 years.
I think the more accurate fact is we lost the last 3.
 

yankspurs

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Aug 22, 2013
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Why do we do this, it’s rinse and repeat. Ange gives us the best start in decades, we get injuries and pitch forks are out for Levy again? It’s a fucking joke and il be honest I’m not a BSODL. When the injuries clear up it will all be forgotten. The fact is we should and could have won’t the last 3.

Do your research most top teams rn are struggling with injuries with the sheer amount of matches international players have played in the last 1-2 years.
Are the injuries & losses his fault? No. Is the lack of depth in certain his fault? Yes. Is having no striker his fault? Also yes. For like 5 or 6 years now, we have had just absolutely absurd injury crises each year that is unseen anywhere else. So I do think we need to take this into account to potentially look to mitigate when reviewing our needs each window. It will cost money but these injuries building up every year also costs money & places in the table.

Having fun with this for a second & leaving into my enic out agenda, it’s like we’re paying the price for a certain occurance that happened during the build of the new ground. Thus, i think the only answer is a campaign for the defoe transfer allegation to result in Levy’s banishment from football so we can be taken over.
 
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Donki

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Are the injuries & losses his fault? No. Is the lack of depth in certain his fault? Yes. Is having no striker his fault? Also yes. For like 5 or 6 years now, we have had just absolutely absurd injury crises each year that is unseen anywhere else. So I do think we need to take this into account to potentially look to mitigate when reviewing our needs each window. It will cost money but these injuries building up every year also costs money & places in the table.

Having fun with this for a second & leaving into my enic out agenda, it’s like we’re paying the price for a certain occurance that happened during the build of the new ground. Thus, i think the only answer is a campaign for the defoe transfer allegation to result in Levy’s banishment from football so we can be taken over.
I think only at ST and CB are we really missing, but at striker that’s mainly because Ricky isn’t performing. Looking around the PL a lot of teams are struggling with injuries simply due to the amount of football being played over the last year.
 

jurgen

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The CB situation was obviously a big risk by Levy, and it's no surprise that it's bitten us in the arse again, although the circumstances of the Chelsea game are pretty crazy, even for Spurs.

I imagine Ange would have signed off on Sanchez leaving without being able to replace because a) he's not a good possession player even if he is fast and b) he would expect the sale means there is no excuse whatsoever not to get a replacement in as soon as the window opens.

But he wouldn't be the first manager to expect things to happen rather differently to how dear leader sees it.

On the flip side, if he is ceding control to Munn to pick his football people, even if that means a good recruitment team has left the club, then that is what a lot of people were asking for I suppose...
 

Rosco1984

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Every fan has the right to voice their opinions and critique the decisions made by individuals within the club, including Levy. However, what I find disheartening is the continuous stream of negativity that seems to lack fairness and appreciation for all that Levy has done for Tottenham Hotspur.

Levy's contributions to the club have been extensive. He spearheaded the construction of the cutting-edge Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, providing the team with a world-class home. His commitment to financial stability has shielded the club from the financial pitfalls that have affected others. In the transfer market, while not without controversy, Levy's negotiations have brought in key players at competitive prices.

Under his leadership, we consistently been a formidable force in the PL, securing European football and challenging for domestic honors. The journey to the UCL Final in the 2018-2019 season is a testament to the progress made under his tenure.

Moreover, there has been a renewed focus on youth development, aligning with the club's traditions and nurturing talent from within.

To witness such a significant figure facing relentless criticism without due acknowledgment of these accomplishments is disappointing. It's crucial for our fan base to engage in a more nuanced and appreciative dialogue that considers both the challenges and the achievements. Constructive criticism is essential, but let's not lose sight of the broader picture and the positive impact Daniel Levy has had on our beloved club.
Honestly I agree with some of what you are saying and I don't think Levy is the Devil or that he doesn't care but Levy is no white knight hero either. He has always left us short when there was no need to on the playing side if he felt he could get away with it... always. It's a case of doing enough to possibly succeed rather than a little more to try and guarantee it.

This reads like a press release and your a new member suspicious. Donna?
 

Timbo Tottenham

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So I just randomly saw Levy in Gail’s in Barnet… He even said his name was Daniel when ordering coffee… will post pics when I get a chance.
 

Trix

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So I just randomly saw Levy in Gail’s in Barnet… He even said his name was Daniel when ordering coffee… will post pics when I get a chance.
I'm far from DL's biggest fan, but even I wouldn't have bumped this thread wanting him out for buying a coffee.
 

Yid-ol

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Jan 16, 2006
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I'm far from DL's biggest fan, but even I wouldn't have bumped this thread wanting him out for buying a coffee.

We haven't got all the story yet..... What coffee did he buy? Did he pay by card or cash, and if cash was it all in 1's?! ....we need answers damnit! :cautious: :LOL:
 

Yantino

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If all we add in January is another top drawer CB then i think we would've done pretty well to be honest. Quality players are not readily available in Jan and fans are just going to have to accept that before we can do loads more we need to make room by moving others on first.

So let's see what business we do next month. Will be interesting to see how the board support the manager.
 
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