Tottenham Hotspur have come on leaps and bounds under the stewardship of Mauricio Pochettino in the past five years.
Not only did the Argentine lead Spurs to their first-ever Champions League Final last year, but he has also boasted four top-four finishes in a row in the Premier League.
Up against the likes of Man City, Man United, Liverpool, Chelsea, and Arsenal, and the spending power that comes with them, this is a mightily impressive achievement.
Spurs even managed to scrape a fourth spot last season despite having the CL final to contend with and having not spent a penny all year.
In a press conference today about Tottenham’s new deal with sponsor AIA, Daniel Levy was addressing the media to answer any questions.
One reporter decided to pose a rather odd and insulting query to Mr Levy, asking if the new deal would help Spurs move from a top-six club to a regular top-four club.
Levy shut the journalist down brilliantly by retorting (Football London): “I actually thought we were a top-four club for the last four years? But obviously, as part of our strategy, we want a leading global brand and AIA is a brand we’re very proud to be associated with.”
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