Mauricio Pochettino, Brandon Rodgers, Luis Enrique, Zinedine Zidane, Arne Slot, Roberto De Gervi, Luciano Spalletti, Steve Cooper, Thomas Frank, Angie Postecoglu, Ruben Amoring.
These are the people mentioned as candidates for the next manager of Tottenham Hotspur, which announced the termination of the contract with Antonio Conte on the 27th of last month (hereinafter Korean time). One more person was added today. According to the Daily Mail, a British media outlet, Vincent Kompany, who led the promotion of the English Premier League (EPL) after a year in office at Burnley, has been nominated for the successor to Conte.먹튀검증
A situation where one candidate comes up every day. Tribal Football, a British media outlet, drew attention on the 13th by reporting, “Nevertheless, Tottenham Chairman Daniel Levy’s number one target remains. Julian Nagelsmann (35), former Bayern Munich coach.”
“Spurs want a young manager who plays open and forward-looking football. Only Nagels is a leader who (exactly) fits that desire,” he explained.
Chairman Levy also proposed a scout two years ago in the summer when Nagelsmann left for Munich from RB Leipzig. At the time, it was time to sack Jose Mourinho and search for a new manager, but it was also pushed back by Munich, which was also looking for a successor to Hanji Flick.
Around this time, a number of leaders, including Rogers, Eric Tenhagh, Graham Porter, Mauricio Sarri, Eddie Howe and Massimiliano Allegri, were mentioned as candidates for the Tottenham command tower. It’s deja vu. It is the ‘Director’s Grave’ that has sacked as many as 17 directors over the past 22 years.
It got even worse in the 2010s. The average tenure of five managers, excluding Pochettino, is only 366 days. It’s not like a ‘half-ripe’ person came. Andre Villas-Boas, Mourinho, Conte, etc., were promising or had strong heads on the European stage, but when they came to North London, they were strangely weak.
According to the British daily The Times, Nagelsmann originally planned to take a break until this summer. However, it seems that there is a change of heart when it comes to a situation where many big clubs such as Tottenham, Chelsea, and Real Madrid are courting.
The Times reported, “(Levy) thinks Nagelsmann is the best leader who perfectly fits the diverse requirements of North London. Many candidates are being discussed, but that’s why we prefer a German born in 1987 as the first choice.” .