Opinion: A message to Spurs fans – Let’s stay optimistic

Despite two very poor results from Tottenham over the last couple of weeks, there are still plenty of reasons to be optimistic as a Spurs fan. From finances to players, things will eventually look up at Tottenham Hotspur – that is a guarantee.

First and foremost, the return of fans will have a huge impact on Spurs. The returning revenue from tickets as well as food, drink, and merchandise sales will be game-changing for the club as they look to work off their debt and invest in the team.

That’s right, invest in the team! That means Spurs signing new players.

Believe it or not, Spurs have not yet had a summer transfer window in which fans had been in the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for an entire season. It has been stop-start to the extreme!

With Covid becoming more contained, the stadium will be open to host other events in the near future, such as concerts, rugby, and American Football – all sources of revenue for the club.

With that in mind, Levy will likely spend big once he has consistent money coming into the club through the stadium. Spurs will also be looking to sell the naming rights to our beautiful new ground.

It is reported that the club wants a package larger than £250 million putting it near the world’s record deals. (Football.London). This would also help Spurs with their debt and help the club to become more financially stable.

Lastly, the Spurs academy is beginning to blossom. Numerous academy players have been involved with the first team over the course of the season. Including first-team regular Japhet Tanganga, 17-year-old Dane Scarlett, 16-year-old Alfie Devine, young goalkeeper Alfie Whiteman, and many more.

It is also worth looking at the academy Premier League Tables. Our U-23s are third in the Premier League 2 table and our U-18s are fourth (with three games in hand on third) in the U-18 Southern table.

With all these factors taken into consideration, Spurs have the infrastructure to take the next step as a club in the coming years, even if this season has been painful!

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