Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy’s lackadaisical managerial appointments have divided Spurs fans.
One serious candidate for the job has emerged as the centerpiece of a community debate.
The Evening Standard published an article titled “Tottenham Hotspur must invest heavily in managerial appointment” on June 26th, and reported that current Celtic manager Anzhi Postecoglou has become a serious candidate.
Spurs have come under fire for pulling out of negotiations with Feyenoord coach Arne Slott, who led them to the Dutch Eredivisie title in the 2022/23 토토사이트 season and the European Football Association (UEFA) Europa Conference invitational runners-up the previous season, after being asked for £15 million in compensation.
“Tottenham are spending £40 million on Pedro Foro in mid-season and £60 million on one-goal Premier League starlet Christian Bale. The right manager is worth his weight in gold. He will bring big rewards on the pitch, develop youth players and lift out-of-form players.”
“Postecoglou has emerged as a serious managerial candidate after Slott confirmed his stay at Feyenoord. Former Bayern Munich boss Julian Nagelsmann and former Spain national team coach Luis Enrique are out of the running.”
Mason wants the job himself, but the upcoming Premier League final against Leeds United will be his last game in charge.
As Postecoglou emerged as a serious managerial candidate, the Tottenham community went into a frenzy. One community, Spurs Extra, hashtagged #notopostecoglou, arguing that “we need a manager of a higher standard”.
The post was deleted shortly afterward, but the community followed up with a post in protest, arguing that such comments shouldn’t even be made on social media.
Other Tottenham communities took a wait-and-see approach. “Some people’s reaction to Postecoglou has been completely exaggerated,” wrote the Spurs Express, “You can overreact to the idea of him being appointed, but the point is, unless the talks with Nagelsmann miraculously come to life, we have to accept whoever comes in as the next manager and see what happens.”