Four new names are in the bucket (what about Sam Allardyce?)
Recently, four new names have been put forward (to Levy) after Conte talks collapsed.
The Daily Express have named Nuno Espirito Santo, Graham Potter, Zinedine Zidane and Mauricio Pochettino as four potential candidates to be the next Spurs manager. If we get Graham Potter, I think I’ll shoot myself. Another inexperienced person.
We have already been humiliated in our pursuit of a new manager; Julian Nagelsmann rejected our approach in favour of a move to Bayern Munich and Brendan Rodgers, revealing his desire to continue with his project at Leicester. And Conte thought we weren’t ambitious enough.
As you all know, earlier this week, we pursued Pochettino, and that failed, so why is he back on the list? Now I have just been reading that Conte could still be on the cards.
According to Alasdair Gold (in his latest YouTube video), he has suggested that Spurs are unlikely to return for Pochettino, with Fabio Paratici potentially having his own list of managerial targets.
But another sauce, PA Sport’s Jonathan Veal, has said that it would be difficult for us to reignite our interest in Pochettino. However, The Express have suggested that a return to Spurs remains on the cards for Pochettino. At the same time, Potter, Nuno and Zidane could also be attractive options for Daniel Levy to pursue. Or that they are the only options available; nobody else wants to come to Spurs.
What a disgrace, what a muddle and on top of all that, we are a laughing stock. Whoever we get will be way down on our list of managers. Why not just go for Sam Allardyce and get it over with. After all, he has a 100% record in managing England. And he also has a hundred per cent record in keeping clubs away from relegation (oh, except for WBA). Or what about Woy Hodgson? I am sure we can tempt him out of retirement. Or if we want to go for real stiffs, then I suggest Alf Ramsey, John White or even Danny Blanchflower? They are Spurs greats, and I am sure they will do a brilliant job under Levy’s watch. Yes, shame and scandal… what a joke!
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