Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy tells incredible story about drug gang growing cannabis in warehouse owned by Spurs

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Levy
helped
the
north
London
club complete
their
move
into
a
brand
new
£1billion
stadium earlier
this
year
after
years
of
planning
and
renovating.

However,
the
project
was
beset
with problems
and
delays
including
critical
faults with
the
sprinklers
and
smoke
alarm
systems.

In
a
new
book
titled Destination
Tottenham
,
Levy
revealed
the
process
began
in
2001
and
there
was
an
incident
involving
three
acres
of
cannabis
with
one
of
their
warehouses.

“We
discovered
it
had
been
bolted
shut
from
the
inside
and
when
we
finally
got
in
we
found
three
acres
of
cannabis
growing
in
there,”
Levy
said
to The
Evening
Standard.
“We
obviously
had
to
call
the
police.

“The
next
thing
we
knew
we
were
victims
of
a
revenge
attack
when
the
water
pipes
on
the
properties
we
owned
down
the
High
Road
were
cut,
which
flooded
them
all.”

The
venue
is
still
called
the
‘Tottenham
Hotspur
Stadium’,
meaning
there
is
an
untapped
source
of
revenue
still
to
be
plugged.

However,
Levy
admitted
he
would
not
rush
into
a
deal
just
for
the
sake
of
appeasing
the
corporate
bigwigs.

“We
are
only
going
to
do
a
naming
rights
deal
if
we
get
the
right
brand,
in
the
right
sector,
on
the
right
money,”
said
Levy.
“If
we
can’t
meet
those
three
criteria,
we
won’t
do
it.

“At
the
moment,
we
haven’t
found
a
company
that
meets
all
three
criteria.

“We
are
not
really
close
to
anything
on
that
at
the
moment.”

Source:

TalkSport

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