Former Tottenham Hotspur owner, Alan Sugar, has admitted that he never again wants to own the club he supports, insisting that he was criticised no matter what he did.
The popularity of Daniel Levy and ENIC seems to be at an all-time low among some Spurs fans, particularly owing to the European Super League debacle.
The team’s struggles on the pitch and the public manner in which the North London club’s failed Antonio Conte pursuit played out has not helped to assuage fans’ frustrations.
It is perhaps for that reason that Levy gave an interview to Spurs TV a few days ago explaining the club’s challenging financial situation and how he has delegated all footballing responsibilities to the new manager of football operations, Fabio Paratici.
Sugar has now admitted that he sympathises with Levy and praised the way the Spurs chairman has refrained from reacting to the unfair criticism that has come his way.
Watch what The Apprentice host told GB News when asked if he would own Tottenham again:
Lord Sugar: I don't want to own Spurs. It would be worse than being the prime minister. pic.twitter.com/3YqeRx5g4d
— GB News (@GBNEWS) June 13, 2021
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