Tottenham May Begin 2010-11 Season Without a Shirt Sponsor

Tottenham Hotspur could start the 2010-11 season without a shirt sponsor, reports the News Of The World.

The White Hart Lane club has been unable to find a sponsor thus far who is willing to pay the £10m-a-year deal that the club is seeking. As a result, Tottenham’s Daniel Levy is considering striking separate deals for the Premier League, Champions League, FA Cup and League Cup.

If a deal isn’t reached in the next few weeks, it’s possible that Spurs may begin the season without a name of a sponsor on the front of their shirts. While that would definitely hurt Tottenham Hotspur financially, it’s a dream-come-true for soccer traditionalists who prefer the days of old before sponsor names “ruined” soccer jerseys.

Tottenham Hotspur’s shirt sponsor last season, Mansion, had a £8.5m-a-year deal in place, but that agreement ended at the end of the 2009-2010 season.

16 thoughts on “Tottenham May Begin 2010-11 Season Without a Shirt Sponsor”

    1. HM, it should be announced in the next few weeks after the Premier League decides which games will be moved from 10am ET Saturdays to the other kick-off times that weekend.

      As soon as I find out, I’ll publish them on EPL Talk.

      The Gaffer

    1. Good luck with your move from Fulham back home to Fjordland Erik…up the Vikings! Captain n’ all eh? Skal!

  1. I’m sure Harry can lend them a bob or two, he has a bit if spare dosh with all the bungs he takes and lack of taxes he pays.

    I love shirts with no sponsors, they look so much better!

    1. I Just got a tottenham Bale jersey today from and it didnt have a sponsor on it. I dont know why but it looks nice without it.

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