Daniel Levy sends message to fans regarding coronavirus outbreak
Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy has sent out a message to fans in light of the coronavirus pandemic. Speaking following the release of the club’s financials Levy had a message for his fans.
As displayed on the official site, Levy called this the biggest hurdle he has faced in his 20 years at the club. He termed it an uncertain time for both our professional and personal lives.
“I have spent nearly 20 years growing this Club and there have been many hurdles along the way – none of this magnitude – the COVID-19 pandemic is the most serious of them all.”
The message went on to remind us once again that Spurs have ceased all fan operations. Levy stated that we all need to work together to make sure that the pandemic does not wreak havoc on the club’s future stability. He also stressed upon his intention to help restore the season once it is deemed safe to do so.
Levy went on to declare that, at this time of peril, the health and fitness of the staff, players, supporters and their families take precedence. He also expressed his belief that the virus will peak over the coming weeks, leaving the summer untouched.
“Please look after yourselves and stay safe and healthy. This is more important than football.”
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The Premier League has currently suspended all fixtures until at least April 3. So far, there has been no guarantee that the season will continue from the first week of April.
Tottenham Hotspur remain the only London club to still conduct training after the other clubs went into isolation following the pandemic. Spurs are currently 8th in the table and are seven points off the top four.