Chairman Under the Spotlight: Daniel Levy, Tottenham
9 March 2020
Tottenham are looking ahead at a very important week. On Tuesday they travel to Leipzig where they need to win to progress to the next round of the Champions League.
And come Sunday, they play Man Utd at home in what could also become a crucial match in Tottenham's struggle to win a ticket to next year's Champions League.
This week we cast the spotlight on the chairman of Tottenham Hotspur since 2000, Daniel Levy.
Under the reign of Daniel Levy, Tottenham have become a financial giant - and a very well-run financial giant too. Since 2008 the London club have had a pre-tax profit margin that outperforms the league average by miles - helped along by impressive profits over the last three years.
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