Sky Sports have claimed that the Tottenham Hotspur Supporters’ Trust (THST) want to meet directly with the ENIC Group to discuss plans for fan representation in the club’s off-field decision making.

There have been protests from Spurs fans in light of the club’s initial decision to join the new defunct European Super League, with some even calling for the club’s ownership and chairman Daniel Levy to quit in light of their decision.

Two weeks ago, THST called for the club’s executive board to resign and when Tottenham offered to meet with them regarding their decision, THST rejected the offer and instead called for a six-point plan to be implemented.

Among the calls for the ownership to directly foot any fines related to their involvement in the Super League and demands for a meaningful voice from supporters at board level.

Sky Sports have now further revealed that THST demanded they want to meet with the ENIC Group, which is owned by Bahamas-based British billionaire Joe Lewis, to discuss their demands.

It is stated that Spurs are disappointed at the Supporters’ Trust’s refusal to meet with chairman Daniel Levy and the executive board.

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