Tottenham has urged their fans to recognize their journey in rebuilding the club after a tough start to their Premier League season. The board declined to meet the Supporters Trust recently but admitted that the relationship has been strained in the recent past. They assured the Trust that they will read and discuss the list of issues handed over to the club. The relationship hit a wall when the Trust called on the members of the board to resign following the club’s involvement in the Super League.

“We recognize a relationship we all value is currently strained, and we hope that we can emerge from these tough times to work together more successfully.” Premier League club Tottenham said in a statement. “Fans will have now heard from (managing director of football) Fabio (Paratici) about the football side of things last week – his second international break update – where he discussed the strategy around rebuilding the team, the new, younger players brought into the club and the need for unity, family, positivity and not short-termism.”

“Ahead of the new season (chairman) Daniel (Levy) also spoke to fans about our ambitions, including the impact of the pandemic on club finances and underlining the point that all revenues, from whatever event, are reinvested in the team. We shall be further communicating with fans when we announce our financial results in due course.” the statement added. “We have, thankfully, emerged from the pandemic with the club financially stable and sustainable. Remarkably, this will in fact be our first full season in our new stadium with fans.”

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