Sport Alasdair Gold drops exciting claim on Spurs' manager hunt, fans will surely be buzzing - opinion
'Hopefully that's the first domino', 'Don’t tease us' - Many Spurs fans flock to Gold's news
Tottenham Hotspur fans on Twitter have been responding to the latest piece of news concerning the north London club. This comes after Spurs journalist Alasdair Gold shared a post on his official Twitter account revealing that there has been a departure from the board at Tottenham. In his post, Gold included an article from Football.London […]This comes after Spurs journalist Alasdair Gold shared a post on his official Twitter account revealing that there has been a departure from the board at Tottenham.
An exciting new claim has emerged in Tottenham Hotspur’s search for a new manager…
What’s the word?
According to the ever-reliable Alasdair Gold at, Spurs are receiving plenty of fresh – and strong – candidates for their vacancy, and chairman Daniel Levy will attempt to meet them face-to-face rather than over Zoom in the summer.
Writing in a recent column, Gold revealed: “football.london understands that strong new candidates for the vacant managerial post are constantly emerging at the moment and making their interest known.
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“Tottenham will attempt to speak to all of their top candidates face to face rather than over Zoom once the season ends, when currently employed managers are out of their club bubbles.”
An exciting development
Several names have been linked with the north London outfit since Jose Mourinho’s shock departure just over a month ago.
RB Leipzig’s Julian Naglesmann and Leicester City’s Brendan Rodgers quickly emerged as the two top targets, although the former wasas Bayern Munich’s next boss whilst the latter their Premier League rivals – perhaps even more so after winning this season’s FA Cup.
have since claimed that there are four names on the shortlist – Roberto Martinez (ex-Everton, currently with Belgium), Graham Potter (currently at Brighton), Ralf Rangnick (ex-Leipzig, currently unemployed) and Erik ten Hag (currently at Ajax and recently signed a new this off-season).
''This is painful', 'I'm sobbing' - Lots of Spurs fans flocked to Alasdair Gold's update
Lots of Tottenham fans have been talking about the latest tweet from Alasdair Gold that emerged on social media. Gold recently tweeted before Tottenham’s Premier League clash against Aston Villa. His tweet stated that Kane was announced to have won three of the club’s Player of the Season awards. The Englishman got an ovation from […]Gold recently tweeted before Tottenham’s Premier League clash against Aston Villa. His tweet stated that Kane was announced to have won three of the club’s Player of the Season awards. The Englishman got an ovation from the Spurs fans and a lady in the crowd was holding a banner which said ‘Harry Kane, Tottenham legend’.
Gold’s latestthrows shade on this as it suggests that Levy has been fielding applications from more than just those four managers, and that should excite fans immensely as it opens up the pool of potential candidates even more – especially if they are ‘strong’ options, as he has suggested.
You can make a case against all four of those names above, so if other coaches are keen, then it should only help the Lilywhites chairman truly find the most suitable appointment.
Martinezat the Toffees, with some suggesting that systemic problems were the reason for his downfall.
Potter is vastly inexperienced, with this being only his. He does play the brand of football that Spurs are thought to be seeking, but the Seagulls only narrowly escaped a relegation battle this term.
Rangnick, widelyas a pioneer of the gengenpress, has been out of a managerial role and has never coached outside of Germany. Similarly, Ten Hag’s have been in the Netherlands, with Ajax dominating perenially.
Therefore, the fact that new – and strong – names are still continuing to come in means that Levy can secure the right man to appease the fanbase.
This latest development is hugely encouraging news.
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Alasdair Gold drops intriguing claim over Spurs' manager search, Levy will be buzzing - opinion .
Mauricio Pochettino is said to have a real desire to return to Tottenham Hotspur in what would be a major boost to chairman Daniel Levy.According to football.london reporter Alasdair Gold, the 49-year-old told Paris Saint-Germain that he wanted to leave Les Parc des Princes for a chance to manage Spurs once again last week.