Post 60 18th January 2018 I started this Blog nine months ago. Spurs had just crushed Bournemouth 4-0 in the Spring sunshine. Since then I’ve sometimes asked myself why. I’m a private person. I’m not that interested in whether people find it, or read it, or not. I’m no good at technology or graphics. I […]Read more "The Story so Far #3"
Post 21 22nd June 2017 “Daniel is the first person who is creating a massive club for us and the fans because he is thinking, in the next few years, to take the club to the final level. With our signings and our work, we are creating a team that can, when we get […]Read more "In the Lion’s Den #2"
Post 19 20th June 2017 I am not your typical Talksport radio listener. I’m certainly not part of their target demographic (I usually mute the radio when the monotonous / inane ads are broadcast every 15 minutes). And I only listen when I’m driving in the car. It’s my guilty pleasure that I choose Talksport (most […]Read more "TALKSH*TE"
Post 18 19th June 2017 Spurs Finances In this series of posts (tagged ‘Spurs finances’), I’m considering the following:- (A) Whether Spurs can grow income to £400 million per annum by 2019-2020. (B) And, more generally, the impact of our new stadium on Spurs finances (and hence our ability to sign and retain the […]Read more "In the Lions’ Den #1"
Post 17 16th June 2017 Match Day Income “The Biggest Clubs are ultimately those with the busiest turnstiles.” I ended yesterday’s Post (“Reasons to be Cheerful #3”) with a carefully chosen word; ‘busiest’. Not Biggest Stadiums. Busiest. To understand Daniel Levy’s plan for world domination, you have to try and think like him. Or at […]Read more "Match Day Income"
Post 16 15th June 2017 Okay, so here’s the deal. The ‘narrative’ is that Spurs new stadium will affect our ability to sign and keep top players (for many years). It’s the easy assumption. I mean, it happened at Arsenal didn’t it? Most sports journalists and pundits aren’t very good at finance. They love a […]Read more "Reasons to be Cheerful #3"