Daniel Levy

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Daniel Levy

Levy in Qatar's Aspire Academy
Born Daniel Levy
8 February 1962 (1962-02-08) (age 52)
Essex, England
Nationality British
Occupation Businessman
Known for

ENIC International Ltd

Tottenham Hotspur

Daniel Levy (born 8 February 1962 in Essex) is the current chairman of Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur F.C.. He has been the chairman since 2001. He is also know for being a massive bellend for wasting over £100 million in the summer of 2013. He is known for loving George Fosters cock lodged right up his arsehole. He is a bald tit who thinks he knows what he is doing but is really just a complete cunt.

Career[change | edit source]

He is managing director of ENIC International Ltd., which is an investment company. He replaced Alan Sugar as chairman of Tottenham in February 2001. This happened after ENIC bought a controlling stake in the club. ENIC is controlled by Joseph Lewis. Levy was before this a director of the Scottish football club Rangers, in which ENIC held a significant stake.[1] Before this, ENIC has also controlled many other European football clubs including AEK Athens, Slavia Prague and Vicenza. ENIC has also had power in non-football companies such as Warner Bros. and Autonomy.

Tottenham Hotspur[change | edit source]

He has changed many managers since becoming chairman, like (George Graham, Glenn Hoddle, David Pleat and Jacques Santini). When Martin Jol was manager, the team finished at 5th place in the Premier League and they qualified for the UEFA Cup also.

In summer of 2011, Chelsea tried to sign Tottenham's important player Luke Modric. But, Levy refused to sell Modric. After that, the club have started season 2011/12 very nicely and have won many matches in the Premier League.

Personal Life[change | edit source]

Daniel Levy is married. He has four children- Joshua, Oliver, Chloe and Gabriella. He has a degree from Cambridge University in Land Economy.

References[change | edit source]

  1. "Murray returns as chairman". BBC Sport (BBC). 27 August 2004. http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/teams/r/rangers/3604980.stm. Retrieved 8 March 2012.