3. Postecoglou knows how to unite a group
Arguably his most important trait, Postecoglou builds bridges and understands how to unite a group.
Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for our two previous gaffers, who effortlessly incinerated bridges, leaving behind a pile of rubble in their wake.
Postecoglou entered Celtic with the club in tatters.
Light years behind Rangers and struggling to find a morsel of continuity, Postecoglou worked his charm and earned the trust of each player, eventually uniting the collective.
The fanbase followed his lead soon after. Adored on the green side of Glasgow, Postecoglou has worked tirelessly to gain credence and influence. It certainly wasn’t handed to him, as nothing is in Glasgow.
Tottenham needs a manager who can get everyone pulling in the same direction, something the North London club hasn’t experienced since Mauricio Pochettino’s era.
If he can unite Spurs’ polarized fanbase and disenfranchised collective of players, he’s already worth his weight in gold. And that’s a lot of gold.