Spurs’ Levy faces grilling after being accused of damaging Prem’s reputation

first_imgmost read in football THROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battleTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’ExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidNEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by CelticThey feel Spurs in particular made their move prematurely, with club accounts showing revenues of £460m in 2019 and a healthy profit of £68m, despite stadium debt of £17m per year.Levy’s decision is set to save Spurs just £1m, a relative drop in the ocean —  it all sees player wages become the most urgent subject on today’s agenda.He was blasted by Harry Redknapp for slashing the wages of the 550 non-playing staff due to coronavirus.Tottenham star Son Heung-min set to complete four-week national service in South Korea during coronavirus season delay 3DANIEL LEVY faces a grilling from rival clubs after being privately accused of damaging the Prem’s reputation.Tottenham’s chairman sparked fury by cutting all 550 non-playing staff’s wages by 20 per cent and furloughing others — despite paying Jose Mourinho and his squad in full.3 Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy faces a grilling from rival Premier League executivesCredit: PA:Press AssociationIt came the same day Spurs revealed Levy’s £4million annual pay in 2019 was boosted by a £3m bonus for completing the £1billion new stadium.MPs accused football of operating in a “moral vacuum” while supporters also questioned the move.And it ensures that Levy will feel the heat of his fellow chairmen and chief executives at today’s video conference “shareholder” meeting between the 20 clubs.One chairman said: “He is a smart man but this wasn’t a smart move. It hurt the reputation of the entire League.“A few of us simply don’t understand what Daniel was thinking.”Some clubs are urging Prem bosses to step into the row and demand Spurs, Newcastle, Norwich and Bournemouth — who all announced furloughs — retract their positions and do not claim for government support.3last_img read more

Schools out

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram “I will be attending lectures at Melbourne University and exam revision classes at school to aid me in my final success.” Stavros Papakonstantinou, Year 12, St John’s College.“Fortunately these are the final holidays for us because we are in year 12, but unfortunately it won’t be as relaxing as previously because exams are so close.” Kelly Leventis, Year 12, St John’s College.“I will be going out to the beach, to parties, and to the Melbourne Show.”Angela Nastoulis, Year 8, Oakleigh Greek Orthodox College (OGOC).“My dad has taken two weeks off work to stay home with my sisters and I. I hope that we can do things together with dad like bowling and visiting friends. Over the holidays my cousins and I usually donate toys to the Ronald McDonald House so we will also be busy gathering the toys to donate to this worthy cause.”Dean Nicopoulos, Year 6, OGOC.“We are going to Queensland with my family and soccer club. My club will be competing in the Gold Coast Soccer Tournament in which 200 soccer clubs from around Australia will participate.”Yianni Frossinos, Year 7, OGOC.“I will be using these school holidays to prepare not only for the VCE practice exams in the first week of Term 4, but also for the end of year VCE exams. However I see these holidays also as an opportunity to re-energise and spend some time with my family and friends – something you don’t really have the luxury of as a VCE student during the school term.”Natasha Varsos, Year 12, OGOC.“I really like to read so I will be finishing of the second series off Deltoras Quest and practicing swimming as I just started swimming lessons.” Natasha Kotsakis, Year 6, St John’s College.“I will be going to the footy finals, playing cricket, the Melbourne Show and the movies.”Alex Ginis, Year 10, OGOC.“The best thing about the holidays is relaxing and not going to school.”Theo Vontas, Year 6, St John’s College.“I am planning to go to the Royal Melbourne Show and to the Monash Science Centre where we do lots of science experiments and we get to take things home.”Alexandra Dimeo, Year 2, OGOC.last_img read more