I'm not a BSoDL because cheering on an unsuccessful but financially sound club doesn't really feel like progressive entertainment. You get the usual wankers talking about fans wanting us to do a Leeds, or how finishing second for the first time since colour TV was invented is great for a mediocre club like us, but frankly my expectations are higher, and I think we're within our rights to hope for it. I don't dislike Levy. He's brought us an amazing training ground, what looks like being an incredible stadium, and has presided over a successful series of league campaigns. But we've won nothing in years, and are on the verge of going through the first decade since the 40s where we haven't won a trophy (our record of trophy wins every decade since the 50s is currently only matched by United). Obviously it could be a lot worse, but it could be a lot better too. I don't have shares in Spurs so I don't really care about how great we are as a business. Being financially secure is nice, but if we can't win anything we might as well be permanently renamed as Also-Ran FC for all the difference it makes. If you can't beat them, join them. Under Levy we can't beat them.