Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy has a fearsome reputation as one of the hardest negotiators in football as he always seems to get what he wants in the end.
With rival managers and directors often going on record to describe the hard work it takes to get a deal with Levy done, it’s no surprise that NFL Chief Alistair Kirkwood named the Englishman as the driving force in negotiating Spurs’ 10 year deal with the NFL during a recent interview.
With the Spurs main man receiving plaudits from all over the footballing world for his resilient and far sighted business strategy, it’s no surprise that Harvard Business School wants their graduates to look upon the policies employed by Levy more closely after introducing a case Study on the NFL deal recently.
Check out a screenshot of the case study below –
So my friend from Harvard just sent me this picture where Daniel Levy’s mastermind behind the new stadium is a case study now. #SpursNewStadium pic.twitter.com/3EtoJfCjmx
— Sourjya Chowdhury (@sourjyac14) December 12, 2017
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