Report: Spurs fans plan anti-ENIC protest during major event for maximum exposure 

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Some Tottenham fans are planning to protest against the club’s ownership during the two NFL games due to be played at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in October, The Daily Mail have revealed. 

Tottenham’s ownership have made several mistakes over recent months that have not gone down too well with the Tottenham fan base. 

The European Super League debacle saw protests against Daniel Levy and ENIC, with the Spurs chairman being forced to issue an apology for signing up for the defunct league.

The public manner in which the managerial pursuit has played out has certainly not endeared the club’s ownership to the fan base, with many on social media expressing their frustration at the way the search has been handled.

According to The Mail, some Spurs fans plan to make their displeasure with the club’s ownership known by organising protests at a time that generates maximum exposure. 

They are thus said to be planning protests during the NFL double-header that is set to be held at the club’s stadium in October.

The Atlanta Falcons and New York Jets meet on October 10 at Tottenham’s home ground before the Jacksonville Jaguars face the Miami Dolphins a week later on October 17.

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  1. Daniel levy will hate this that’s what makes it so funny. The more fans that protest the better to get maximum publicity. If a dozen turn up they will laugh it of if hundreds turn up and delay the game in a peaceful way it will be a nightmare for enic.


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