Daniel Levy makes a fresh pledge to Tottenham fans after Brentford setback
Speaking in his programme notes for the 3-1 defeat to Brentford as quoted by the Evening Standard, Daniel Levy has made a fresh pledge to Tottenham fans on improvement next season.
With a turbulent campaign marked by managerial changes and an elongated trophy drought, Tottenham Hotspur have struggled to find its footing. The departure of Antonio Conte in March, coupled with Fabio Paratici’s resignation as managing director of football last month, has left the club searching for stability.
Furthermore, the absence of a trophy for the past 15 seasons has intensified the frustration among supporters, leading to calls for greater transparency and direction from the board. This has put Daniel Levy under pressure.
Ryan Mason currently serves as the third head coach this season, succeeding Cristian Stellini after a disastrous four-game spell. However, the search for a permanent manager has been protracted, entering its third month next week.
In recent matches, Tottenham fans have voiced their discontent with Levy, demanding his departure from the club. Recognizing this unrest, Levy sought to address their concerns in his programme notes for the Brentford match.
Speaking about the situation, here is what Levy had to say in his promises for next season
“This has been an immensely difficult season. Your frustration has been understandable and all of us at the club have shared it. We have undertaken a thorough and rigorous review of our footballing operations. Scott Munn joins us in the summer as our new chief football officer and we look forward to sharing further news with you post-season”
Levy assured fans that the club will work tirelessly in the upcoming period to position itself for on-pitch success. He emphasized the commitment to delivering an attractive style of football that fans will love to watch.
Levy’s words echo the promises made in 2021 when he spoke of Tottenham Hotspur’s return to their “DNA” during the search for Jose Mourinho’s successor. We all know how that turned out back then.