Former Tottenham Hotspur defender Ramon Vega believes it is time that the supporters know what is going on with the club.
The Swiss international took to Twitter after a group of supporters of another of his former clubs, Celtic who own shares in the Scottish giant had forced through a resolution involving billionaire Dermot Desmond, Celtic’s biggest shareholder.
Vega’s Tweet was responded to by Martin Cloake, the co-chair of the Tottenham Hotspur Supporters’ Trust (THST) to explain that such a strategy is not possible due to the private ownership that ENIC possesses and reiterated the fact that they had recently attempted to meet with the board, only to see their request rejected.
The THST resorted to publishing the questions which they wanted to pose to Daniel Levy, including answers from the chairman on the direction of the club, what his bid to restore the DNA of Spurs actually means and whether one trophy in 20 years is considered acceptable.
Spurs fans would’ve been able to do this in the days before the club was taken fully private. Trust has pushed for annual meetings where the board is held to account. Maybe the fan-led review will deliver.
— Martin Cloake (@MartinCloake) October 24, 2021
Vega also extended his support to Cloake, in response to a Tweet from a fan who suggested that the THST need to push harder to try to force through change.
I'm happy to help and assist if it's needed!!!
— Ramon Vega (@Ramon_Vega71) October 24, 2021
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