De Boer should snub an approach from Spurs

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Should he simply avoid Tottenham and Levy all together?

Date: 7th May 2014 at 6:32pm
Written by Thomas Hallett

After seven years away from title glory, Frank de Boer has returned Ajax to the top of the mountain and maintained a level of success that has been hard to match anywhere in Europe. A 2-2 draw two weeks ago against Heracles helped to secure the Amsterdam side their fourth Eredivisie title in four years. De Boer’s has been diligent since arriving at Ajax in December 2010. He’s taken in youth games, he’s promoted from within and helped to strengthen that aura which surrounds the club’s famed youth academy. De Boer has also had time and comfort. We can adjudge that the success of the club over the past four seasons has been because the manager has had the freedom to work, the resources to succeed and the right personnel alongside him who understood what was required from the club and how to work to its ethos. The fact that Ajax have spent so little in first re-acquiring the Dutch league title and then going on to retain it three times means de Boer ... Read More

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