Tottenham fans gathered to protest against ENIC and unpopular President Daniel Levy on Saturday.
Club owners continue to receive a fierce reaction to the failure of the European Super League proposal, which involved Spurs and the other so-called ‘big six’.
As part of a weekend of planned protests, Spurs supporters marched outside Tottenham Hotspur stadium around noon on Saturday to make their feelings known.
There were numerous banners calling for ENIC and Levy to leave, while the chants carried the same message.
A sign read: “£ NIC out. Profit before glory ”.
Another presented a play on the club’s motto, To dare is to do, reading: “Dare is too expensive”
This follows protests at Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool and more recently at Manchester United as the fury over the Super League idea continues.
As at United, the outrage is not focused solely on the Super League project, with fans expressing more general dissatisfaction with the management of their club.
Another banner read, “If you don’t win, you’ve had a bad season” – Bill Nicholson. 20 years. 1 League Cup. Levy Out ”.
Like Chelsea, Tottenham have tried to appease the confidence of their supporters by announcing the presence of fans at future board meetings, but tensions persist between the two sides due to a lack of talks. these last weeks.
Acting manager Ryan Mason called for harmony between the club and their fans earlier this week.
He said: “I respect the fans, they are the heart and soul of the football club and their opinion matters, it really is. We want our fans, our team, our football club to be aligned, all shooting in the same direction.