Dr. Antonios (Tony) Antoniou fulfills the roles of CEO and consultant at Financial Research, Training & Consulting, LLP. Outside of his professional life, Dr. Antonios Antoniou is a fan of the British football team Tottenham Hotspur.
Tottenham Hotspur’s stadium site recently underwent construction to increase seating, and the full capacity will exceed 61,000 people starting in 2018. A canopy that originally protected some iconic statues was removed to widen the path for construction machines and vehicles to enter the stadium. This left the statues, including the team’s statute of a cockerel standing on a ball, exposed to the elements.
Measuring more than 9 feet tall, the cockerel statue was constructed in 1909 when the soccer team still played at the armature level. The cockerel will join the Tottenham Hotspur clock, another stadium icon, in its new home at Lilywhite House, where it will remain on display for fans to enjoy along with other items from the team’s long history.
Through his assessments of changing global markets, Antonios Antoniou is a recognized authority on investments, risk management, and financial economics. Outside his professional life, Antonios “Tony” Antoniou is an avid fan of London, England’s Tottenham Hotspur Football Club.
Harry Kane, a professional footballer who plays for Tottenham Hotspur, says he is excited about the challenge that lies in front of his team Champions League play this season. The team qualified for the Champions League by finishing third in the Premier League last year. It’s the first time Tottenham has qualified for Champions League play since 2010, when the team knocked off Inter Milan and AC Milan to reach the quarterfinals.
Kane believes his team can manage the competition level it will face this season, stating that enduring these challenges is the price of becoming a top team. Kane also said he is looking forward to the preparation, asserting that the club’s manager is very good at getting the team ready to play.
Based in the United Kingdom, Dr. Antonios Antoniou has spearheaded efforts to develop a new North African university in his role as chief executive officer and consultant at Financial Research, Training & Consulting, LLC (FRT&C). Outside of his professional pursuits, Dr. Tony Antoniou enjoys watching football and supports Tottenham Hotspur FC.
Tottenham Hotspur FC recently announced that its Sydney Tour had won the 2015 Australian Event Award for Best Event. The tour took place earlier this year, when the team traveled to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and Sydney, Australia, for two friendly football matches and a number of team outings. While in Sydney, Tottenham players visited the iconic Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbor Bridge, which displayed the team’s colors in honor of their visit. Later, 4,000 fans attended the team’s open training days before Tottenham’s match against Sydney FC at ANZ Stadium. With over 80,000 fans in attendance, the team achieved a 1-0 win over the Australian club.
The Australian Event Awards later named Tottenham’s local tour as a nominee in its overall events category, along with such events as PAX Australia and the Gold Coast International Marine Expo. In a gala ceremony at Doltone House Jones Bay Wharf, the Australian Event Awards named the team as its winner for Best Achievement in Marketing, Communication, and Sponsorship as well as Best Event.