This is a simple and short article but one that is bound to polarise opinion on Vital Spurs.
My question is this: If ENIC don't invest in bringing in any quality new players (perhaps a striker and/or creative, attacking midfielder) in this January transfer window does this prove that ENIC's ambitions for our club are not so much success on the pitch as a football team but more based around successfully increasing the value of the balance sheet and any possible sell on value of the club?
Please remember that this is a site for Spurs fans - so overall we all support our great club. Our opinions can differ but we should not use this forum to abuse individual members if their views differ from ours. COYS.
Written by SpuriousLife