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mil1lion

This is the place to be
May 7, 2004
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The big test will be January. If we act early and get at the least a centre back then things will look promising. If we leave it until the end of the window again then we know nothing has changed. If we have a similar year to this one for recruitment with the standard of signing we will have the squad to compete for titles. If we feel like we're doing well with what we have and happy to challenge possibly top 5 for CL then the ambition is still lacking.
 

Bobbins

SC's 14th Sexiest Male 2008
May 5, 2005
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44,971
Ndombele to Costa on loan in January?

Did Levy offer to pay £1 today and the rest in instalments over 5 years?

Continue ad infinitum.
 

coys761

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Nov 12, 2023
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It's deeply disheartening to witness a great faction of fans clamoring for Levy's exit. This level of disrespect towards a man who has been instrumental in transforming our club, building top-notch facilities, and demonstrating the courage to appoint someone like Ange is beyond comprehension. The lack of gratitude for his tireless efforts is not just disappointing but downright shameful.

Let me share a personal experience: My 11-year-old son once had the chance to meet Daniel Levy, and he was not just super nice but genuinely interested in interacting with fans, especially the younger ones. His commitment to making Spurs more than just a football club, but a community, is something we should cherish. Before jumping on the criticism bandwagon, let's reflect on the positive changes he's brought and the impact he's had on our beloved Spurs.

It's time to acknowledge and appreciate the dedication that goes into building and sustaining a club of this magnitude.
 

smithym

Formerly smithmeister
Apr 27, 2005
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It's deeply disheartening to witness a great faction of fans clamoring for Levy's exit. This level of disrespect towards a man who has been instrumental in transforming our club, building top-notch facilities, and demonstrating the courage to appoint someone like Ange is beyond comprehension. The lack of gratitude for his tireless efforts is not just disappointing but downright shameful.

Let me share a personal experience: My 11-year-old son once had the chance to meet Daniel Levy, and he was not just super nice but genuinely interested in interacting with fans, especially the younger ones. His commitment to making Spurs more than just a football club, but a community, is something we should cherish. Before jumping on the criticism bandwagon, let's reflect on the positive changes he's brought and the impact he's had on our beloved Spurs.

It's time to acknowledge and appreciate the dedication that goes into building and sustaining a club of this magnitude.
Oh for fuck sake
 

timboyid

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May 7, 2006
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It's deeply disheartening to witness a great faction of fans clamoring for Levy's exit. This level of disrespect towards a man who has been instrumental in transforming our club, building top-notch facilities, and demonstrating the courage to appoint someone like Ange is beyond comprehension. The lack of gratitude for his tireless efforts is not just disappointing but downright shameful.

Let me share a personal experience: My 11-year-old son once had the chance to meet Daniel Levy, and he was not just super nice but genuinely interested in interacting with fans, especially the younger ones. His commitment to making Spurs more than just a football club, but a community, is something we should cherish. Before jumping on the criticism bandwagon, let's reflect on the positive changes he's brought and the impact he's had on our beloved Spurs.

It's time to acknowledge and appreciate the dedication that goes into building and sustaining a club of this magnitude.
I just appreciate the dedication to trolling of this magnitude.
 

yido_number1

He'll always be magic
Jun 8, 2004
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It's deeply disheartening to witness a great faction of fans clamoring for Levy's exit. This level of disrespect towards a man who has been instrumental in transforming our club, building top-notch facilities, and demonstrating the courage to appoint someone like Ange is beyond comprehension. The lack of gratitude for his tireless efforts is not just disappointing but downright shameful.

Let me share a personal experience: My 11-year-old son once had the chance to meet Daniel Levy, and he was not just super nice but genuinely interested in interacting with fans, especially the younger ones. His commitment to making Spurs more than just a football club, but a community, is something we should cherish. Before jumping on the criticism bandwagon, let's reflect on the positive changes he's brought and the impact he's had on our beloved Spurs.

It's time to acknowledge and appreciate the dedication that goes into building and sustaining a club of this magnitude.
He won't shag you mate
 

SirHarryHotspur

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Aug 9, 2017
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Might already have been mentioned somewhere but it was news to me when I saw it on another forum, Josh Levy son of Danny boy is now on the Tavistock Group board as Co-Chief Executive Officer. Get rid of Daniel and maybe we get Josh instead . :)

PS I see that the stadium is centre stage in the "Hero Image" (think that's the right term) on the Tavistock website.
 
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JUSTINSIGNAL

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Jul 10, 2008
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You're joking, but there will be a LOT of fans and probably lots on here being exactly of that mindset!

Yep. They'll build their expectation to totally unrealistic levels - considering what options are typically available in Jan - and then meltdown when the transfer window inevitably doesn't live up to them.
 

aliyid

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Dec 28, 2004
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I just appreciate the dedication to trolling of this magnitude.
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Wick3d

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Aug 31, 2012
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Might already have been mentioned somewhere but it was news to me when I saw it on another forum, Josh Levy son of Danny boy is now on the Tavistock Group board as Co-Chief Executive Officer. Get rid of Daniel and maybe we get Josh instead . :)
Nepotism for you. :LOL:
 

danielneeds

Kick-Ass
May 5, 2004
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Might already have been mentioned somewhere but it was news to me when I saw it on another forum, Josh Levy son of Danny boy is now on the Tavistock Group board as Co-Chief Executive Officer. Get rid of Daniel and maybe we get Josh instead . :)

PS I see that the stadium is centre stage in the "Hero Image" (think that's the right term) on the Tavistock website.
He’s been working in the city for years learning the business. Defo Levy’s heir.
 
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