For all the great business man talk its staggering just how wrong on almost everything Levy has been. The inception of the PL and its meteoric rise gave the biggest of clubs a massive boost financially through TV rights & sponsorship etc. Whilst other clubs set about using that money to improve their teams and chase success, we chose to take an alternative route. The sell to buy strategy that has guaranteed no success at all other than to build hope before cashing in and trying a scatter gun approach to "rebuild". (Rebuild something never built) In fairness Levy wasn't too bad at turning a pound note on some very lacklustre poorly scouted and average players and pre 2010 worked pretty well in elevating us a few spots up the league. Even that he is now absolutely terrible at when you look at the stockpile of dross we can't flog. Meanwhile pocketing all the profits in the guise of "we're saving for a stadium". (The great con) After years of short changing the managers/team/fans, making plans/scrapping plans/making new 1s, purchasing orders, dodgy fires etc they finally got the green light to build not a football stadium but a multi events centre with a Cockerell on the roof. Now not only was this a total change of original plans but as it was constructed it became double the price initially quoted, took longer to build than initially estimated and was paid for not by any of the money saved but a MASSIVE loan in the clubs name. Again this was all under the guise this was for the good of the team and so we could financially compete and challenge properly. 4 n a half years on we've slipped down the league back to mid 2000s levels and with our star player desperately wanting out. Currently the 3 'improvements' to the side stand at £46mil net in a time where JWP is valued at £40m alone. The club pumped uncontrolled amounts into the stadium on big TVs, lounges, artizan restaurants, retractable pitches etc no expense was spared. But in the meantime totally neglected the football team and just as importantly the footballing landscape. The money injected by certain owners has inflated the market to obscene levels, so much so top players are fetching £100m price tags such is the thirst for success and the rewards for it. At Spurs the ENIC model is to big up things like a training ground/stadium/events even the largest club shop in Europe (despite the death of shops as online shopping took over years ago) etc. But what does this mean for success for Spurs? A sad fact is that unless money is aggressively pumped in to the 1st team then you're doomed to never win anything ever again. Everything ENIC have done has been too slow, behind the trend and now has us floundering directionless again, languishing mid table. And what's worse is they've got the nerve to charge the most expensive tickets for 22+ years of abject failure. Thanks for the 1 lg cup, the embarrassing transfer sagas, the attempts to cancel the word YID, the ruining of the atmosphere, loosely themed stadium that can turn the inside red at the flick of a switch, the 3 perspex trophy boxes you see on the tour full of footballing success relics from last century, the big TVs, the events merchandise outlet, sainsburys, sky walks, concerts, boxing...... BUT ITs TIME TO GO !!!!! You've wasted 22+ years and we're further away from any success now as we've ever been in 40 years. You have outstayed your welcome, haven't kept up with the times or promises and have failed the club miserably. ENIC & Levy Out.