A new manager, training ground, sponsor and stadium in the pipeline – times are changing at Tottenham Hotspur. Add to that a new midfielder in Gylfi Sigurdsson who last week snubbed a Liverpool move to join the London club. Genuine title contenders? Unlikely. But it is clear the steps are in place for long term success.
After a season of huge anti-climax at the Lane, chairman Daniel Levy shocked the football
Signings: Spurs new men Sigurdsson and Vertonghen (source:google)
world with the sacking of fans favourite Harry Redknapp. Although there are strong suggestions Redknapp’s relationship with his chairman broke down - along with his contract talks, it is also assumed Levy intervened because he had felt Redknapp had sailed the Spurs ship as far as he could.
And what a distance that was. Redknapp took the club from the wrong end of the Premier League in 2008 to Champions League football in 2010 before cruelly missing out on the biggest competition in club football again this...