Last ten matches will be decisive
The last ten matches of the Premier League season for Tottenham Hotspur include clashes with Newcastle and Liverpool away and Manchester United at home.
Those matches will prove to be decisive in the future of the club. They could greatly impact Spurs’ chances of extending Harry Kane’s contract. convincing transfer targets to sign in N17 will show any potential managers what they may be inheriting.
Attacking-minded managers being looked at by Tottenham
As the last few defensive managers have not worked out at Spurs, it appears that the club will look to appoint a manager who wants to play on the front foot.
While this will not solve all of Tottenham’s problems, it is a good start. Finding a manager who wants to be at the club and will play football the way Spurs are meant to be playing with flair and entertainment is crucial.
If any attacking manager is to be brought in, the club and the fans must have patience. The club must fully back the manager’s ideas if they are to be a success. If Spurs go down the short-term route again with another pragmatic manager, they must back the manager even more because of the time crunch.
Daniel Levy’s “approach” has not worked at Tottenham. His idea of lurching from one manager to the next with no real vision has halted Spurs’ progress since Pochettino’s sacking. The point of appointing the short-term managers was to get silverware over the line, but that will not happen unless you get behind the manager and his ideas to the fullest extent.