Pochettino is the right manager for Tottenham

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Ex-Prem manager: Southampton boss not right for Tottenham

Date: 15th May 2014 at 1:28am
Written by Alex Hams

Former Sheffield United and QPR chief Neil Warnock believes that Southampton boss Mauricio Pochettino is too “inexperienced” to be Tottenham’s next manager. Spurs chairman Daniel Levy sacked Tim Sherwood earlier this week to bring his short tenure at White Hart Lane ... Read More

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  • sheikh352
    5 months ago

    There are not many things I would agree with Neil Warnock about – but I DO believe he is right about this. What’s going to happen, in 12 months time, if we don’t make the top 4? Is Levy going to exercise a “break” clause in Pochettino’s contract – leaving us in the same leaky boat we currently find ourselves in? Only, it won’t be the same, will it? The life jackets will have been taken by Lloris, Vertonghen, Eriksen, Sandro and Paulinho, who will have swum off to other boats (without leaks), while Mr Levy begins, once again, to look for a new, compliant Head Coach.

    If Ancelotti is not available, then please overlook the fact that Marc Overmars couldn’t keep his mouth shut and look to appoint Frank de Boer to the position. Apart from having a win percentage which is almost DOUBLE that of Pochettino’s, FDB has an extremely distinguished playing career to hold up as an example of what can be achieved. Not only that, he has four successive Eredivisie titles, as a coach – a feat unmatched by any single coach in Holland.

    He’s been the former coach of our two most technically-gifted outfield players, in Christian Eriksen and Jan Vertonghen, so there is little to no doubt about his ability to improve players and teams.

    I’m for Frank de Boer or Carlo Ancelotti, followed by Rafa Benitez. Below them is a group into which Pochettino falls, along with Michael Laudrup, Tommy Tuchel and Slaven Bilic.

    All this is based on the premise that Louis Van Gaal is definitely going to Manchester United, of course.

    Please make the BEST choice for the Club, Mr Levy, NOT the CHEAPEST (which could turn out to be very expensive, if things go pear-shaped.)

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