Correct. No idea why but youtube's algorithm decided to service me with a bunch of highlight clips from the Spurs v Inter Legends match at the new stadium in what was the second test event iirc. Levy's body language when talking to Maureen (who 'managed' Inter that game) is about as close to a teenager trying to ask his crush to the prom as you'll ever see from a 59 year old multi-millionaire businessman. He was genuinely star struck. I am convinced that the decision to appoint Maureen was more or less sealed there and then. From that point on, it was a matter of when rather than if. There was no way he would have sacked Poch after the miracle of reaching the CL final, so he pulled the trigger at the first run of poor results. The decision had nothing to do with Levy listening to what HBIC calls the "lunatic fringe" and everything to do with the fact that in two decades, he has made 3 good managerial appointments, one of whom was a complete accident engineered by a DoF who actually understood football. And now here we are, 18 months, 9 signings and £80m down the road, and it feels like we have gone round in one big painful circle. Because as Poch made abundantly clear months before he left, the squad was 3 years overdue an overhaul and that overhaul would therefore be extremely painful.