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Next Spurs Manager

Discussion in 'Spurs News & Views' started by metalgear, 28 Sep 2019.

  1. metalgear

    metalgear Paul Robinson

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    Who are your favorites aside from Poch ? Right now tuchel, emery and sarri's methods seem to echo that type of to-dare-is-to-do attacking football for me. Used to root for klopp until he left Germany. Cannot accept Mourinho or other similar coaches who little-and - large striker combo.

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    Mikey10 Niko Kranjcar

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    There a few questionable elements to this post - but Sarri? Or EMERY? Feck off, mate!
     
  3. Craig_J

    Craig_J Alan Hutton

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    Pelegrini has got West Ham in third. That really is something!
     
  4. MKSpur

    MKSpur Clint Dempsey

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    If they finish there I’d concur!
     
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  5. metalgear

    metalgear Paul Robinson

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    metalgear Paul Robinson

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    I forgot about him. (probably because he is west ham now).

    I think he would be good with his brand of attacking football... And west ham are looking like they are playing proper football despite their personnel.
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    MKSpur Clint Dempsey

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    StephenH Les Medley

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    Good manager!
    Has won something, which is not always the case.
    He though looks settled at West Ham and is not coming to Spurs.
     
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  9. Jon

    Jon Edgar Davids

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    Southgate and Touchel would both fit from a ‘cultural’ perspective of how they manage players and squads.

    I don’t know much about Allegri beyond the fact he took the best winning team in Italy to still being the best winning team in Italy.

    Bottom line is though this is all gonad*s - Poch just needs to sort it the feck out! He’s magic you know?
     
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    StephenH Les Medley

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    Wenger was magic!
     
  11. Jon

    Jon Edgar Davids

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    Wash your mouth out!
     
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    StephenH Les Medley

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    For the first few/?? years, his team were excellent! Sad as it was to watch with my Spurs hat on.
    Had a tooth out Tuesday, so washing mouth out on a regular basis.
     
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    Gutter Boy Tim Sherwood

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    If Poch went tomorrow, I'd want us to try to interview: Allegri, Simeone, ten Hag, Emery and Howe
     
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    Seedy Ron Vedran Corluka

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    Who's this other Emery?
     
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    StephenH Les Medley

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    Pochettino leaving is going to happen sooner or later. Any Spurs fan not uneasy with this would be mad. The trouble is the longer we prolong the inevitable, it's gonna going to make it any easier.

    Choosing a replacement, not a clue.
     
  16. Jon

    Jon Edgar Davids

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    I think it’s “Unai - my name is gutter boy and I’ve lost my fudging mind - emery”
     
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    Gutter Boy Tim Sherwood

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    He's got a mid-table team punching above it's weight. A bit like Pellegrini
     
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    Jon Edgar Davids

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    Are you suggesting he’s worthy to follow in the footsteps of such epic successes as Terry Neill and George Graham then?
     
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    monkeybarry Michael Carrick

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    Rare I agree with you, but I do on both counts
    I have a ? on both defensively though. They strike me as Europa Lge winners/best of the rest type managers.
    (Not comparing that to Poch - he has his own ?'s)
     
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    ShipOfTheseus Steve Hodge

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    If the worst happens, who would interim? Poch’s staff are all his: if his next gig is delivering £39-a-ticket positivity seminars at Holiday Inns, Jesus Perez will put the chairs out and man the coffee urn. We don’t have a Jol. We don’t have a kerbcrawler chained in a basement awaiting his occasional chance any more. We don’t even have any gileted saboteurs to drip poison into any ears they find.

    So who would step up?
     

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