I'm no Levy fan but for some ppl to have a go at him tonight (when clearly the buck should stop with Poch for his selection) is ridiculous!!
Paul makes a very valid point. This just demonstrates what many of us have been saying for a while, that these people have an agenda. They have closed minds with no idea how success is achieved. They actually subconsciously want Tottenham to fail to boost their own ego to be proven right. It's a failure mindset, not one we need at the club or amongst its supporters.
The grass is always greener on the other side apparently and none of them can actually come up with a plan that would improve the club.
The only people who buy clubs now are investment firms and with the change in Financial fair Play rules an owner can't just spend his own money on players.
Daniel Levy is the best chairman this club has had in living memory. He has taken a broke mid-table club and turned us into a top four outfit. Few seem to understand that you seek the best. We want more quality in the squad, we are chasing quality players, well shouldn't the chairman do the same with coaches or managers?
I certainly think he should and if a coach/manager isn't up to scratch and by that can't achieve what the club wants, then why shouldn't he be changed. We needed a top quality coach/manager who could actually improve players and develop the youth. It was the only footballing model that fitted our financial constraints.
I have not seen a coach/manager who could do that to enable us to challenge consistently as opposed to remaining a nearly side and you don't really know what you have until you employ someone, just as any employer has to guess at an interview what is under the mask being painted by the applicant.
Eventually, we found that man in Pochettino and the work has begun. It isn't finished and clear progress has been made, there is still more to make that's all.