The Tottenham Hotspur Supporters’ Trust have contacted the club’s board to ask for an explanation of their short and long-term vision for Spurs.
After sacking Mauricio Pochettino in 2019, Spurs found themselves in a vicious decline. Jose Mourinho’s experiment didn’t work out last season, and after a comedic search for a new manager saw them settle for Nuno Espirito Santo, things haven’t improved.
“Over the past few weeks we have been contacted by a growing number of Trust members and the wider fan base who are extremely concerned about the current direction of THFC,” he added. Confidence wrote in a statement.
“Part of our role as a Trust is to make sure the club board is fully aware of fan sentiment. So we requested a meeting with the club board to discuss the strategic vision. short and long term of the football club.
“The club’s board of directors will be up to date with questions currently being asked by the Trust, the fans and the media. This meeting is therefore an opportunity for THFC decision-makers to explain their plans to supporters. This explanation must include plans. for this season and beyond, an explanation of how success will be measured and how the Club’s DNA will be rediscovered. “
The investigation comes shortly after Lucas Moura failed to criticize Spurs’ loss to Arsenal, blaming players for not working hard enough and even suggesting they weren’t set up properly.
“The feeling is very, very bad,” Lucas said (via the Daily mail). “We know what it means for the fans, for the club and of course we wanted to win, we wanted a different result.
“Now is not the time to talk. Now is the time to shut up and work hard. It was a really bad game, it didn’t work out at all. I think they took advantage of our We gave them too much space and we didn’t play, we didn’t try to play, we didn’t try to get the ball.
“We have the quality to have the ball, to build, to do more than we did. So many long balls. We weren’t aggressive enough and they punished us.
“We have to run more. We have to be more aggressive, we have to work more, work harder. But we cannot be crazy. This is only the start of the season. We have a lot of games to play so we have to improve as soon as possible. “
This article was originally published on 90min as Tottenham Supporters’ Trust calls for answers on club vision.