Thursday, 15 November 2012

What sanctions will be imposed on Spurs if spying charges are confirmed?

 
Industrial espionage is pretty heavy stuff and with three now charged with spying and conspiracy to commit fraud, after illegally obtaining Princess Brady's telephone records, the question now arises, what sanctions will hit Spurs?

Some might argue that this does not relate directly to footballing matters, but who knows what Brady's telephone conversations may have revealed? It is perfectly possible that Spurs might have uncovered plans to sign players, and other business and football related information, which could have then been turned to their advantage.

If these charges stick, then the FA surely have to investigate the actions of Tottenham Hotspurs FC and very serious sanctions have to follow. How about kicking them out of the Prem? Then perhaps the rest of the clubs in the football league could get together and, as with Rangers in Scotland, only allow Spurs back into the bottom tier of the competition!


14 comments:

JD DUCKETT said...

WHAT A LOAD OF TOSH BOND JAMES BOND SHAKEN NOT STIRRED .

Anonymous said...

If the football authorities have shown anything recently, it's that clubs can get away with almost anything. The John Terry saga, the Clattenburg affair, the kerfuffle with Tevez and Sheffield United...I don't imagine Spurs will have too much done to the if these charges are proven to be true. A fine, perhaps.

Doubt they'd be proven guilty anyway. Someone with Levy's resources and ingenuity will have secured every possible angle before even trying something like this.

Daniel Levy is not stupid, unlike Karren Brady.

-CoventryDan

Anonymous said...

20 point deduction and £5 million fine should suffice

Anonymous said...

Spying on Olympic Officials too, which sounds like treason to me. Along with arson in Her Majesties dockyards, I think the treason still carries the death penalty.

String 'em up!!

John J

Anonymous said...

spurs hired a reputable firm to do some legitimate work. that firm used a freelancer or two and a regular or two. what they did they are responsible for. if they did not hire the private eys to, or uinderstand they would commit crimes they are not responsible. recognising that no one has yet been shown to have commited a crime. second, they obtained record of phone calls made, and showed the relationship between west ham exec and teh woman from the olympic cttee who was paid to help them build and project manage the building of teh stadium but who was, apparently, paid a very large chunk of the cash before the award was even made. this does not mean any crimes were committed there, other than the "crime" of being etraordinarily naive in not realising how all that might appear. the attempt by brady to somehow then link that to the milly dowler situation because the consulnt had a teenage daught was a crime against common sense and common decency.

Anonymous said...

Spurs didn't tap anyones phone.
A private investigator commited the offence. he will be fined, imprisoned, whatever.
Spurs have not commited any crimes.
Dream on if you think they will even be involved in the proceedings
hahahaha

james said...

hahaha, you hammies and your retarded articles, do any of you have a legitimate opinion? of course not, look wo you support! dick heads, if you really think anything will happen you're mentally compromised...

westbelfastyid said...

As if we would give a flying f..k who wet spam were signing.get back to talking about Leeds and qpr,that's ur leave!

Anonymous said...

The funny thing on the comments is that it's all from Spuds fans. lol Nothing interesting on your sites then lads? I hear Tottenham are up for Auction, well they have gone under the Hammers anyway.

Anonymous said...

Hey cretin you seem to be having html issues - we can only see one blog post now. You want to get your son to sort if for you.

Hammersfan said...

0930 I don't think Nixon burgled the DNC headquarters but it was done in his name.

Anonymous said...

Daniel Levy is not ugly like Karen Brady either.

True Ham said...

There are never innocent parties in high level business. Espionage is a word the media are using to push a story, Spuds wont be punished and it is opeful thinking to think they are at fault. I have said this before, I'd rather the spuds had won the bid. We sold ourselves short by promising to keep the track. I demand that David and David pay for our binoculars when we move in.

Anonymous said...

Kick them out of the league?

Wet Spam of all teams to complain about something like that...