The Tottenham Hotspur Supporters’ Trust rejected a meeting with chairman Daniel Levy in light of the recent European Super League storm and reiterated their call for the board to resign.
The north London club were one of six Premier League teams to sign up for the ill-fated Separatist League, but were quickly forced to step down 48 hours later after a major backlash from fans, politicians and even royalty.
More than 90% of THST members last month backed a motion asking the club’s executive board to step down following Spurs involvement, as they also made plans for a protest in the final home game of the season against Aston Villa.
The Liverpool fan group Spirit of Shankly took the opportunity to meet with the Reds council this week, but THST does not want to engage with Levy just yet.
A statement read: “Alone among the six clubs that have attempted to separate and form a European Super League, the THFC board has yet to recognize the magnitude of its mistake, nor to apologize to it. His fans.
“Our club has suffered serious damage to its reputation and could still suffer further repercussions in attempting to separate. The Executive Board which sanctioned this decision must assume responsibility and account for the damage caused to the Club.
“That is why, after consulting with our members last week, we called for the immediate resignation of the Executive Board. The escape attempt is the most recent and damaging example of the club’s board of directors misinterpreting at best, ignoring fan opinion at worst.
“Anger at the direction in which the current board is taking the club is now widely expressed. But that anger needs to be focused if we are to achieve real change and prevent situations like the Separatist League from happening again.
“As we continue to work with club staff to ensure that the interests of supporters are taken into account on issues such as ticketing and the return of supporters to the pitch, there has been no communication with the club. club board, ”said a statement.
“Co-owner Daniel Levy offered a full board-to-board meeting, but we made it clear that the status quo was not an option.
“We want to meet with the owners of the club and clearly establish the basis for any meeting before it takes place.”
The trust has developed a six point plan it wants to see implemented to lead the club into a “new era.”
The manifesto includes replacing the current executive board so the club can distance itself from ESL, with the current board paying all fines due to its involvement in the breakaway, with the club pledging to consult with fans on issues of football and to restructure into a shareholder structure that would allow external investments.
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“We need to do more than just voice our opposition to the current board and ownership,” the statement added.
“This six-point plan gives Tottenham Hotspur fans a united front and a clear goal. It offers workable solutions.
“We invite club owners to meet with us to implement the above six point plan. We believe that making these changes successful will ensure the future of the club and the game we all want to see. “