posted on Jun, 15 2003 @ 09:08 AM
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy has promised manager Glenn Hoddle more transfer funds after reassuring him his job at White Hart Lane remains safe.
Hoddle is under pressure to deliver the goods next season after two mid-table finishes at White Hart Lane have left many people questioning his
ability to bring the glory days back to the club.
However, with reports suggesting Spurs are lining up a move to persuade Blackburn boss Graeme Souness to swap East Lancashire with North London, Levy
insists Hoddle still has his full backing.
"Glenn has my unequivocal support and I can confirm he will be manager of this football club on the first day of the new season," Levy said.
"Glenn and I get on perfectly well and there are no plans for a change of manager.
"There are always rumours in football, but Hoddle has my full backing. The fact that we will be providing him with money to spend in the summer proves
"We're all disappointed with the performance of the team and that includes Glenn, myself, the fans and everyone connected with the club."
The best thing to do is to get rid of hoddle,but on the other hand no keep him their and hopefully they will go down...