Tottenham are encroaching on the top 10 richest football clubs in the world, with the latest numbers revealing that the Lilywhites are enjoying their most financially prosperous epoch.
Tottenham Hotspur Football Club climb to 11th richest
Spurs find themselves on the cusp of the top 10 richest, by revenue stream, football clubs in the world. Just behind Borussia Dortmund, Tottenham are gradually moving up the affluence ladder. The new stadium will further strengthen Tottenham’s financial situation, so Daniel Levy’s club will continue their meteoric rise.
Notice who is slightly ahead of Spurs? Juventus, Tottenham’s next opponent in the Champions League. The usual suspects – Manchester United, Real Madrid, FC Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Manchester City – round out the top five richest clubs.
Dele Alli’s worldy
Two years ago to the day, Dele Alli showcased a bunch of world-class skills in a single sequence. Alli controlled with one touch midair, knocked his second over the on-rushing defender with a lob, finally smashing home with a left-footed volley. It was probably the best goal he’s ever scored; and it’s clear to see why. Can you remember Alli scoring a better goal?
Happy birthday Jonathan
Jonathan Woodgate turned 38 years old yesterday. Woodgate’s career was severely hampered by recurring injuries, but was a sight to behold when healthy.
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One of the silkiest smooth English centre backs, Woodgate was highly respected by teammates and the opposition. Seen here scoring the winner against Chelsea at Wembley in the 2008 League Cup final, Woodgate was the hero the last time Spurs won silverware. I often wonder what could have been had he not been plagued by injuries; I’m sure he does too. Regardless, he’ll always be highly regarded by Spurs’ faithful.
Eric Dier’s sketch
I’m compelled once again to commend Amanda’s stunning ability to capture a portrait. An uncanny representation of Eric Dier, shown below, encapsulates closely the Englishman’s physical appearance. More impressively, the sketch evokes an instantaneous emotional attachment to player and club.