Daniel Levy will make his first Fans Forum appearance on Tuesday after 12 months of change and tumult at Tottenham.
In the last year, Levy's Tottenham have had three permanent managers in the dugout, sold their record goal scorer and perhaps best ever player, and seen their own director banned from football by FIFA.
As a result, at times last season there were many calling for Levy to leave the club, after a long tenure as the north London club's chairman.
However, having brought in Ange Postecoglou off the back of a Treble with Celtic, Spurs have made a bright start to 2023-24 with optimism once again flowing at the club.
Now, though, Levy will return to centre stage for the first time since before the dismissal of fan-favourite Mauricio Pochettino, appearing at a Fans Forum at the club's stadium.
Over the summer, Harry Kane departed for Bayern Munich for £100million having gone through most of Postecoglou's pre-season.
Huge numbers of Spurs fans were understandably confused as to why their talisman had been allowed to leave so late in the window, but with their side flying at the moment, those questions have perhaps receded somewhat.
But not all concerns have abated in north London, with a protest against rising ticket fees taking place before the club's impressive 2-0 win over Manchester United.
This term, the most expensive Tottenham season ticket could cost fans as much as £2,025, although it has since been revealed that a full ticketing review had been ordered by Spurs director Donna Marie-Cullen
The resignation of director Fabio Paratici came after the Italian was handed a global football ban by FIFA after allegations arose of false accounting while at Juventus.
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