Alasdair Gold has confirmed that Daniel Levy did indeed walk down the tunnel after the full-time whistle yesterday against Newcastle, but it appears this was to make his way to the exit rather than to make an appearance in the dressing room.
Tottenham were handed an embarrassing 20 minutes at St James’ Park after Cristian Stellini switched to a back four, with the Magpies netting five times in quick succession and without reply.
In the second half, after a return to Antonio Conte’s back three, Spurs scored through Harry Kane, but still lost the game by six goals to one.
There were some murmurs on social media that Daniel Levy had walked down the tunnel after the final whistle, raising the question as to whether he went to talk to the players.
However, Gold has seemingly dispelled those ideas, claiming that the Tottenham chairman actually just went through the tunnel to reach reception and leave the ground.
There were some suggestions that Daniel Levy went into the Spurs dressing room after the game because he went down the tunnel. Seems he actually went down through the tunnel to the main reception to exit the stadium and didn’t enter the dressing room.
— Alasdair Gold (@AlasdairGold) April 23, 2023
Spurs Web Opinion:
Levy making a dressing room appearance would be suicide for him. He is a huge part of the problem and pointing fingers at the players would just be an awful thing for him to do. His only path to redemption comes in the form of finding a great, new, long-term manager – then backing them.
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