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tobermory
25 Apr 21 23:37
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The approving of names to be added is beyond a joke. Last year, betting on top scorer, couldn't get starting forwards added to the market. Then, with about 7 games to go, they added a couple who had a shot at winning it.

Here for next Spurs boss we have.....

Chris Kamara
George Graham - sacked by Spurs 20 years ago, never managed since, 76 years old.
David Pleat - Managed the club in the 1980s, then had almost a season as caretaker in premier league,  even that is 17 years ago
Franz Beckenbauer - not managed since 1996.
Tim Sherwood
Gazza

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By:
Capt__F
When: 25 Apr 21 23:41
Dave from Chas n Dave
By:
tobermory
When: 26 Apr 21 07:33
^
may as well add him
By:
diabolicalliability
When: 26 Apr 21 14:55
Frank
By:
stattman
When: 26 Apr 21 15:26
Which Frank? oh yes Spencer .
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 26 Apr 21 15:42
Might as well stick Trapattoni up
seem to remember him being popular

Don't forget 'arry
By:
ImSoLuckyLucky!
When: 26 Apr 21 16:25
The FAV
El TEL

Laugh
By:
11kv
When: 26 Apr 21 16:28
Waddle
Ginola
Sir Les
Clive Allen
Saint Glen
By:
Aspro
When: 26 Apr 21 16:53
Shalke recently sacked their manager Devil
By:
LoyalHoncho
When: 26 Apr 21 19:11
For me a man who would admirably suit Levy's penny-pinching ways exactly is the man who is currently the longest-serving manager in the EPL.  He has consistently bought cheaply and wisely and operated to a strict budget.  He has successfully navigated many very dry periods of losses and defeats so knows how to keep his nerve and survive with his team in the top league.  He is eight years and 200+ games experienced in the EPL and needs a fresh challenge.  He is of course Sean Dyche.  However, he as as much chance of getting the gig as Ryan Giggs has of becoming chair of the Women's Institute.
By:
The Dragon
When: 26 Apr 21 19:52
LaughLaughLaughLaughLaughLaughLaughLaughLaugh hilarious HL  great stuff
By:
tobermory
When: 26 Apr 21 21:59
Would Spurs fans be enthused about Scott Parker?

Seems one of the favs for this
By:
scandanavian_haven
When: 26 Apr 21 22:06
Parker as a player and manager is the opposite to entertaining, he stands no chance, they should bring back Redknapp.
By:
tobermory
When: 26 Apr 21 22:08
Would Brendan Rodgers take the job Confused

I think not at this point.
By:
Emitdeb
When: 26 Apr 21 22:10
Starting to think Rafa Benitez could be on the radar...  Scared


Hello!!  Erik Ten Hag.. Price is tumbling!  Virtual freefalling Shocked
By:
scandanavian_haven
When: 26 Apr 21 22:11
Ten Hag would be a very good appointment.
By:
tobermory
When: 26 Apr 21 22:18
This site claims to have some sources at the club

As football.london reported last week, the club's profile for their ideal next manager is that they must be progressive, attack-minded, favouring possession-based football and most importantly fit into Spurs' culture, which includes using the cutting edge techniques implemented during Pochettino's reign.

It is believed to be more of a long list than a shortlist at Tottenham right now, with many potential targets in employment and hitting the business end of their seasons.

The chances of Julian Nagelsmann, one of those strong candidates overlooked when Mourinho was appointed, joining the club currently look to be receding by the day as Bayern Munich circle the young RB Leipzig boss, who is expected to cost a hefty compensation fee to prise away.

Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers has plenty of admirers within Tottenham. However, with the Foxes looking set for Champions League football next season and him having signed a six-year deal only 18 months ago, it presents a tough ask to get him to north London.

Ajax head coach Erik ten Hag is another potential candidate, while the style of football played by Brighton manager Graham Potter and Belgium boss Roberto Martinez also has its fans within the club.

Former Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri does not fit that ideal profile set by the club but is an attractive proposition to Tottenham, with his list of honours and the fact that unlike the other managers, he would come without a compensation fee at a tough time for the club's finances. However, his lack of English will count against him.

Another who falls into the cheaper category is the out of work Ralf Rangnick, the 62-year-old experienced former RB Leipzig and Schalke boss who plays the brand of football that would suit Tottenham.

Links with former Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri, Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo and Atletico Bilbao's Marcelino are believed to be wide of the mark at this point, while other rumoured candidates such as England boss Gareth Southgate and ex-Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe are not currently expected to be in the frame.
By:
tobermory
When: 26 Apr 21 22:47
I just managed to lay Klinsmann @19.5
By:
scandanavian_haven
When: 26 Apr 21 23:07
****Breaking News**** JURGEN KLINSMANN SET TO BE NAMED NEW TOTTENHAM MANAGER

By LUKE AUGUSTUS FOR MAILONLINE

PUBLISHED: 22:59, 26 April 2021 | UPDATED: 22:59, 26 April 2021


Former Tottenham player and German international is set to be named new Tottenham manager the Mail can exclusively reveal

more to follow...
By:
scandanavian_haven
When: 26 Apr 21 23:10
only joking tober
By:
tobermory
When: 26 Apr 21 23:19
ScaredCrazy
By:
tobermory
When: 27 Apr 21 11:42
Ten Haag all the rage now
By:
Hank Hill
When: 27 Apr 21 16:58
lol who is trying to back poch?
By:
Aspro
When: 27 Apr 21 16:58
Callisto?
By:
Angoose
When: 27 Apr 21 18:28
Neil Lennon is yer man ......
By:
Capt__F
When: 27 Apr 21 22:26
Stand by
By:
Emitdeb
When: 29 Apr 21 00:49
odds on with most bookmakers... Erik Ten Hag Happy
By:
FIGJAM
When: 29 Apr 21 15:27
With some favourite names bandied about we are in the mire.
If we thought Mourinho was poison god help us with the Dutchman.
By:
Emitdeb
When: 29 Apr 21 19:14
Who's your fancy FIG?
By:
FIGJAM
When: 29 Apr 21 21:57
Someone who knows the prem, someone who doesn't have to wait to Christmas to sort out
the rubbish we process, I wouldn't mind an English manager but then I'm  in the minority with that.Crazy
By:
sofaking
When: 29 Apr 21 21:58
Eddie Ow? Cry
By:
roache
When: 29 Apr 21 22:07
Rafa
By:
stewarty b
When: 30 Apr 21 03:30
No matter who they get they wont have the CV of Jose. Second to none. Sacked too early imho.
By:
Life-Lucky
When: 30 Apr 21 09:19
Anyone but Southgate. Last thing we need is a smooth-talking suit. I'd go for Rafa. Warrior with a Satanic Beard.
By:
Angoose
When: 30 Apr 21 11:15
Going to be a dream team appointment of Lineker, Shearer, and Wright Excited
By:
kincsem
When: 30 Apr 21 11:55
Roy Keane Mischief
By:
Emitdeb
When: 30 Apr 21 12:50
Erik ten Hag... signs contract extension with Ajax..  Cry
By:
Emitdeb
When: 30 Apr 21 12:58
Never in a million years is Levy buying out Rodgers newish contract... Rodgers out.
By:
Aspro
When: 30 Apr 21 13:04
I'm glad... Erik was a gamble. Now let's go for Bielsa
By:
Emitdeb
When: 30 Apr 21 13:11
Bielsa would be a fun ride for about six weeks. Our Prima Donnas wont take kindly to his regime... imo.
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