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Will you be ‘one of thousands’ protesting against Tottenham chairman on Sunday?

Just when Spurs fans thought it couldn’t get any worse, the team lose 2-1 to Stoke and have two men red-carded in the process. It’s highly possible that the result would have been different, had Gareth Bale stayed on the pitch, rather than felling Tom Soares as the midfielder ran through on goal. Nevertheless, Tottenham can’t keep making excuses for these defeats when it’s clear they’re just not good enough at the moment.

It appears as though the supporters are prepared to go relatively easy on Juande Ramos at the moment, instead pointing the finger at chairman Daniel Levy for the mess that the team are in. The Daily Mail reports that a protest is planned at White Hart Lane on Sunday, where the fans will demonstrate against someone that they feel has betrayed them.

Tottenham fans will launch a massive protest calling for chairman Daniel Levy to resign at their next home game against Bolton on Sunday.

It is understood that a group of angry supporters have already organised 25,000 leaflets to be handed out at White Hart Lane before the match.

The literature calls on the company that owns Spurs, Enic – of which Levy is managing director – to sell its majority stake to new investors.

Spurs fans are furious that more money hasn’t been invested in the team especially as the club sold star strikers Robbie Keane and Dimitar Berbatov last summer for £51million and only bought one forward in Roman Pavlyuchenko, who has failed to impress.

Tottenham might have anticipated that Dimitar Berbatov would leave in the summer, although Liverpool swooping for Robbie Keane might have supplied them with a bucketload of cash, but it’s also seemingly left them in limbo as far as offensive players are concerned. Not that the rest of the team are looking particularly good, with the midfield neither protecting the defence very well at the moment, nor creating many chances. Do Spurs fans want to see the back of Levy, or should the manager take more of the blame for the club’s current plight?

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