Tottenham interim boss Ryan Mason calls for unity with Spurs fans who will continue anti-Levy protests
Tottenham interim boss Ryan Mason calls for unity around club with Spurs fans expected to continue protests against Daniel Levy over his role in the European Super League ahead of Premier League clash with Wolves
- Tottenham fans will continue to protest against Daniel Levy on Sunday
- Levy and his ENIC group have been criticized for their role in the Super League saga
- Spurs interim boss Ryan Mason has called for unity pending a clash with Wolves
- The North Londoners are on the hunt for qualification for European football next season
Ryan Mason is confident that Tottenham will avoid any disruption to their plans if their upcoming matches are hit by more fan protests.
Spurs will host Wolves on Sunday and Aston Villa next Wednesday, when 10,000 supporters will return to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Fans vented their anger against the owners of the Spurs ENIC and the board off the ground last month, heightened by the club’s involvement in the European Super League fiasco.
Spurs interim boss Ryan Mason wants Tottenham fans to unite with the team ahead of protests
Spurs fans are expected to continue their protests against Daniel Levy and ENIC this weekend
Manchester United saw their supporters force the postponement of their initial game against Liverpool and tried to disrupt the rescheduled encounter on Thursday, fearing a repeat of the massive original disruption that prompted the club at Old Trafford to change their players’ matchday routine .
There will be more protests at Spurs in the coming days, including one on Saturday, 24 hours before Wolves’ visit, but interim manager Mason said, “First, I trust our security. The safety of the players is the most important thing and I trust we will do it right.
Second, I respect the fans, they are the heart and soul of the football club and their opinion matters, really.
“We want our fans, our team and our football club to be aligned and all moving in the same direction.”
Levy has been criticized for signing Spurs to the now-defunct European Super League
Mason defended under attacked Chairman Daniel Levy and the club’s hierarchy, adding: ‘Our Chairman and Board have done an incredible amount for this football club in the last 10-15-20 years since being here.
I know how fans see that, I know how fans respect that too. The most important thing for me is the connection between fans, players and everyone involved in the football club. They are entitled to their opinion, because next week there is also Wednesday on which they can come and help and support the team. I’m sure that’s in the back of their mind too, to come back to our beautiful stadium and hopefully help the team will be a huge bonus for them. ‘
Meanwhile, Mason confirmed that left back Ben Davies will miss Spurs’s last three league games due to a calf problem, putting his Euro hopes with Wales at stake.