What Tottenham Hotspur fans were chanting about Daniel Levy vs Aston Villa

Corresponding Athletic journalist Tim Spiers on TwitterTottenham Hotspur fans at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for the Premier League game against Aston Villa have urged club chairman Daniel Levy to leave.

Spiers made the tweet after Tottenham conceded their second goal of the game against Villa in the 73rd minute.

Unai Emery’s Villa opened the scoring five minutes into the second half through Emi Buendia.

Tottenham and France international goalkeeper Hugo Lloris was at fault for the goal as he should have done better to save Buendia’s shot.

Then, in the 73rd minute, Douglas Luiz made it 2-0 for the Villans.

Spiers covered the game and he has noticed Tottenham fans chanting for Levy to leave after the second goal.

We suspect it’s because there hasn’t been a huge investment in Tottenham’s squad in recent years compared to the other big clubs in the Premier League.

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Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea have regularly spent big bucks on new players, and even Arsenal have invested heavily.

The Gunners are now seven points clear at the top of the Premier League table, while Tottenham, their bitter north London rivals, may not even finish in the top four this season.

What Tottenham fans were chanting about Daniel Levy vs Aston Villa

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