Oh, boy. The relationship between the National Football League and London seems to be an inevitable collision just waiting to happen. The professional American football league, that has become a globally recognized brand, is setting its sights on the capital city as a possible expansion location.
The league has continuously made the cross-ocean trek several times a year for the past nine seasons to play competitive regular season games in London. The deal between the NFL and London extends all the way to 2020. Being that Tottenham is the greatest footballing team London has ever seen, it's common sense that the league would use the Premier League club for it's marketing purposes.
Over the past month we've seen several NFL/Spurs media events. Earlier this week NFL legend Barry Sanders visited Hotspur Way. Today it's the head honcho's turn. The man himself Roger Goodell (along with Kansas City Chiefs owner Clark Hunt) visited Spurs training. The much-maligned NFL Commissioner met with Harry Kane for a photo-op.
Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) October 30, 2015
I can't really think of anything clever to say about this because it's Friday and I don't want to think. Do your worst in the comments!