Next Spurs Manager

Who do you want as next Spurs manager?

  • Allegri

    Votes: 181 25.4%
  • Mourinho

    Votes: 144 20.2%
  • Wenger

    Votes: 10 1.4%
  • Pleat

    Votes: 4 0.6%
  • Ten Hag

    Votes: 33 4.6%
  • Wagner

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Howe

    Votes: 22 3.1%
  • Nagelsmann

    Votes: 31 4.3%
  • Other (explain)

    Votes: 15 2.1%
  • Keep Poch (lol)

    Votes: 161 22.5%
  • Rodgers

    Votes: 31 4.3%
  • de Boer (Poch mk2)

    Votes: 3 0.4%
  • Benitez

    Votes: 34 4.8%
  • Sherwood

    Votes: 3 0.4%
  • Bus-Conductor

    Votes: 24 3.4%
  • Goat (ffs)

    Votes: 8 1.1%
  • WalkerBoyUK’s lad’s u14 coach

    Votes: 5 0.7%
  • Sissoko

    Votes: 5 0.7%

  • Total voters
    714
  • Poll closed .

teedee

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Levy’s not sacking Poch at least until the end of season if at all, I feel if that was going to happen he would have pulled the trigger by now. The seasons ruined now anyway, but I think it’s going to be difficult to attract top talent here if we are languishing in mid table and wonder if Kane and son will be here next August
We may be playing badly, but the season is nowhere near over.
 

fishhhandaricecake

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If/when poch goes I’d love the Ajax manager ten Haag. They play some seriously beautiful football. Works on a small budget and they remind me of push and run a bit, best style of football in all of Europe.
 

fishhhandaricecake

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This situation could get very hairy if Arsenal appoint Mourinho, our results really start going down the pan and Allegri rejects us. Trigger needs to be pulled tomorrow morning if the performance isn’t up to standard today.
Poch ain’t going anywhere anytime soon trust me.
 

skaz04nik

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I've gone from keeping Poch, to want Ten Hag (long term) or Jose (shorter term).
While a like a lot Ten Hag's philosophy and system and how he changed Ajax I have to admit he'll need to adapt his style to EPL and maybe significantly change certain aspects if he joins us

He plays extremely intensive and demanding football and by mid of 2nd half his defenders and DMs are often very tired, which then leads to lack of concentration and loss of initiative

Our back line is even older thus Toby Verts Davies et al would be almost dead earlier, by 50' or so, so our current fitness issues shall backfire even harder
 

muppetman

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Duncan Castles is very close to Jose. Looks like he is top of the scums list
I'd forgotten all about Castles, he's such a tool and has his tongue hanging out of Mourinho's arse at all times - possibly reason enough all by himself to not want Jose! :LOL:
 

Strikeb4ck

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Can someone tell me how RB Salzburg play the style they do year after year with different coaches? Every year they are incredibly impressive in their attacking buildup. Some of their passing movements in Europe this year against the likes of Liverpool and Napoli have been amazing to watch, so quick and intelligent and precise, really total football-esque. The players are talented no doubt and they source them very well, but at the end of the day they are still in the Austrian league. And the manager seems to change every year or two, but the playing style is always there. And one can't say it isn't effective, sure they are open at the back and generally can't hold out against the big teams because the defensive talent isn't there, but they still punch well above their weight. I'd love to give one of these RB (Salzburg or Leipzig) managers a try. The German language countries are well ahead in producing progressive managers at the moment anyways.

Interestingly, the current Salzburg manager is Jesse Marsch, who is American (so no potential language barrier at all) and has a cool background. I'd definitely keep an eye on him, I followed him in MLS and he was great, the team he managed has fallen apart a bit since he and Tyler Adams left. He's still young and I wouldn't be surprised if he ended up at a big team sometime in the future. This coaching experience at Salzburg will go a long way for him.

Watch this halftime team talk he gave in a mixture of broken German and English at halftime in the game at Anfield a few weeks back. Really good watch.

Of course, RB Leipzig's current manager, Julian Nagelsmann, would be an outstanding hire as well.
 

yankspurs

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Can someone tell me how RB Salzburg play the style they do year after year with different coaches? Every year they are incredibly impressive in their attacking buildup. Some of their passing movements in Europe this year against the likes of Liverpool and Napoli have been amazing to watch, so quick and intelligent and precise, really total football-esque. The players are talented no doubt and they source them very well, but at the end of the day they are still in the Austrian league. And the manager seems to change every year or two, but the playing style is always there. And one can't say it isn't effective, sure they are open at the back and generally can't hold out against the big teams because the defensive talent isn't there, but they still punch well above their weight. I'd love to give one of these RB (Salzburg or Leipzig) managers a try. The German language countries are well ahead in producing progressive managers at the moment anyways.

Interestingly, the current Salzburg manager is Jesse Marsch, who is American (so no potential language barrier at all) and has a cool background. I'd definitely keep an eye on him, I followed him in MLS and he was great, the team he managed has fallen apart a bit since he and Tyler Adams left. He's still young and I wouldn't be surprised if he ended up at a big team sometime in the future. This coaching experience at Salzburg will go a long way for him.

Watch this halftime team talk he gave in a mixture of broken German and English at halftime in the game at Anfield a few weeks back. Really good watch.

Of course, RB Leipzig's current manager, Julian Nagelsmann, would be an outstanding hire as well.
After the absolute debacle that was bob bradley, i'd be beyond floored if an American manages in the Prem for a very long time. Clubs will not want to touch that with a 10 foot pole. Between being scared of the manager being utterly abysmal(like Bradley was) and the media ripping apart verbage that Bradley insisted on using even though it made him look dumb, it wont happen again for a while. Marsch seems a decent manager but he will have to prove himself in a top league for at least 5 years for an English club to even remotely consider him.
 

rossdapep

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Apparently Ancelotti could get the sack soon https://mol.im/a/7656241
Think the game is starting to pass his methods by.

At Bayern the players complained about how 'easy' training had become and the lack of intensity after Guardiola.

I noticed Napoli aren't as dynamic and breathtaking as they were under Sarri.

I think Ancelotti's relaxed approach is starting to become a bit outdated.
 

SugarRay

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Damn if they get a revitalised Jose we are in trouble.
Not just us, everyone in the division. Will be very disappointed to see a revitalised Jose there. I hope that the goons thinks there’s too much bad history with Jose or if he does go there, Jose isn’t as revitalised as we think he might be or the goons don’t back him etc etc
 

fishhhandaricecake

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Think the game is starting to pass his methods by.

At Bayern the players complained about how 'easy' training had become and the lack of intensity after Guardiola.

I noticed Napoli aren't as dynamic and breathtaking as they were under Sarri.

I think Ancelotti's relaxed approach is starting to become a bit outdated.
Interesting. I thought his Chelsea team were one of the best teams the prem has seen, they were blowing teams away and that wasn’t that long ago.
 

'O Zio

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I don't really get the argument that we should bring in a short term option like Jose first and then move onto a more long term option (whoever that may be).

I would understand it if we had a squad that was capable of winning titles right now, but were just underachieving. In that case it makes sense to get a Mourinho-type in to have one last crack at the whip before the squad falls apart or whatever, but for me that's not the situation we find ourselves in.

IMO we're now at a stage where the squad we've had for a couple of years now is finished. At least 3 or 4 of the key components of the squad are going ot leave either in January or the summer, so we won't be ready for a title push next season. We're in a position now where we need to start from fresh and rebuild around a new crop of players like Ndombele, Lo Celso, Sessegnon etc. Therefore I reckon we're better off getting someone in who can build that team, rather than someone who is going to want to come in and try and win right now because we're just not in that position.
 

'O Zio

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Can someone tell me how RB Salzburg play the style they do year after year with different coaches? Every year they are incredibly impressive in their attacking buildup. Some of their passing movements in Europe this year against the likes of Liverpool and Napoli have been amazing to watch, so quick and intelligent and precise, really total football-esque. The players are talented no doubt and they source them very well, but at the end of the day they are still in the Austrian league. And the manager seems to change every year or two, but the playing style is always there. And one can't say it isn't effective, sure they are open at the back and generally can't hold out against the big teams because the defensive talent isn't there, but they still punch well above their weight. I'd love to give one of these RB (Salzburg or Leipzig) managers a try. The German language countries are well ahead in producing progressive managers at the moment anyways.

Interestingly, the current Salzburg manager is Jesse Marsch, who is American (so no potential language barrier at all) and has a cool background. I'd definitely keep an eye on him, I followed him in MLS and he was great, the team he managed has fallen apart a bit since he and Tyler Adams left. He's still young and I wouldn't be surprised if he ended up at a big team sometime in the future. This coaching experience at Salzburg will go a long way for him.

Watch this halftime team talk he gave in a mixture of broken German and English at halftime in the game at Anfield a few weeks back. Really good watch.

Of course, RB Leipzig's current manager, Julian Nagelsmann, would be an outstanding hire as well.
I'd be really pleased with Nagelsmann. I feel like he's someone who could build something long term rather than a Mourinho type smash-and-grab for a trophy but then leave everything in pieces.
 

'O Zio

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He makes the most sense for where we’re at as a club. I just can’t stand the ****.
Yeah I think he wouldn't be as bad an appointment as he seems on the surface. He's definitely a better manager than he gets credit for. But the trouble is if fans all tend to think he's a bit of a joke then maybe players would too, I dunno. That might be his undoing if he can't get "big players" to take him seriously. He just has a habit of rubbing people up the wrong way and coming across as a fairly ridiculous human being.
 
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