Daniel Levy’s time as Spurs chairman has been about legacy from the moment it began. It was about building something. About leaving behind something bigger and better than what he inherited. To show those up high that he could, yes, but also to give the club a platform to compete at the highest level after years of mediocrity. So how is that legacy shaping up?
Part 2 of Levy’s Transfer Strategy will delve further into the 12 secrets of the transfer market along the lines of the critically acclaimed book Soccernomics.
By using these transfer principles we try to get a better understanding of how Tottenham Hotspur, and chairman Daniel Levy in particular, have sculpted the club’s transfer strategy and conducted business in the transfer market.
Twice a year, on the 1st of January and the 1st of July when the transfer windows open, Spurs fans line up excitedly with baited breath, hoping that the new window will represent the water shed moment whereby we finally dig into our coffers and buy those 1-2 players to push us on to the very top level.