The Tottenham Trust are back in talks with the club
The THST and the club have reached an agreement to formally meet for the first time since the European Super League debacle, and that meeting is scheduled to be held tomorrow.
Last week the club issued a statement where they said they wish to establish a club advisory panel from the different constituencies of the fanbase. At the same time, they stated that they were disappointed that the Trust did not want to meet with them.
The club said that they were prepared to have an open agenda, but with certain conditions attached, they won’t discuss change of club ownership and the resignation of the board. The Trust then stated that they had called in mediation from the Football Supporters Association (FSA) to act independently and work with both parties to bring them together and defuse friction.
On Saturday, supporters gathered outside the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium to protest against owners ENIC and chairman Daniel Levy.
The THST revealed that they will update members regarding the meeting’s outcome at the earliest possible opportunity.
So, who blinked first? Or was the protests outside the stadium a contributing factor that forced Levy and co to kowtow to the Trusts demands, or was the announcement that the board were prepared to have fans on their board the reason why the Trust caved in? No doubt, in the fullness of time, we shall learn the answers, in the meantime, watch this space.
The Tottenham Trust’s statement on Twitter:
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