Daniel Levy: Exciting times for THFC ahead

Daniel Levy Revolution set to continue at Tottenham Hotspur FC

Speaking on ‘Daniel Levy: Building a Home’, the Tottenham Hotspur Chairman has stated that he anticipates even more exciting times for Spurs in the near future. The club has been transformed since Daniel Levy’s takeover with the construction of the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium being one of the crowning achievements of his tenure to date.

The new stadium has transformed the local community and it is set to further regenerate the area with a hotel and residential homes that is set to continue the ever evolving legacy of the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

This is what Levy had to say on this subject:

“There’s definitely lots more to come, some of which I cannot talk about, but what is in the public domain is we have planning permission for a hotel that we definitely intend to build over the coming years, a number of residential homes and I think you will see a lot of other things that will come out over the next 12-14 months.” (via Football.London)

The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, with a capacity of 62,850 is the 22nd largest stadium in Europe and the third largest in England. Following it’s announcement in 2008, the construction of the stadium began in 2015. This took four years, with the stadium opening to the public on 3rd April 2019.

The first match to take place at their brand new home was a 2-0 Premier League win against Crystal Palace, where Son Heung-Min scored the first official goal at the state of the art stadium.

It is a multi-purpose venue, which has hosted the NFL, football and also concerts. The stadium is set to host five dates of Beyoncé’s 2023 Renaissance Tour in May and June 2023.

There have certainly been exciting times for Spurs over the last few years, but the potential for further fantastic times for the club to come is sure to be exciting news for fans of the Lilywhites across the globe.

Daniel Levy took over from Alan Sugar as the Chairman of Tottenham Hotspur Football Club in 2001. Levy’s first appointment was Glen Hoddle, and after sacking him early on, Jacques Santini and Martin Jol followed.

It was in 2008 that the first significant milestone of the Levy era at the club came when Juande Ramos guided Spurs to their most recent major trophy, the League Cup, which they won in 2008 after beating Avram Grant’s Chelsea side 2-1 at Wembley Stadium.

Fast forward to Thursday 27th May 2014, when Daniel Levy made a very significant appointment. This was the day that it was confirmed that Mauricio Pochettino was to take over from Andre Villas-Boas after leaving Southampton.

The Pochettino era was notable for a variety of reasons, chief of which was the rise of Harry Kane who has since gone on to become Tottenham’s all-time leading goal scorer. Spurs also came very close to winning the Premier League title in the 2015/16 season, where they were unfortunate to lose out to Leicester City.

And, of course who could forget Spurs’ run to the Champions League Final in the 2018/19 season where they beat Dutch Giants Ajax in spectacular fashion before losing the final against Liverpool.

Pochettino left in November 2019 but is still a highly regarded figure at the club.

Spurs’ latest Head Coach, Antonio Conte, together with Daniel Levy, will be looking to lead the Lilywhites into yet another successful era.

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