2. Postecoglou has a winning pedigree
Regardless of how you perceive the teams he’s led or the leagues in which he’s managed, Postecoglou has a winning pedigree. He’s won the Scottish Premiership in both seasons since joining the club and, on Saturday morning, has an opportunity to win the domestic treble.
While the Scottish Premiership is inarguably a step below most European leagues, winning is still a feat worth celebrating.
Plus, he isn’t merely winning in Scotland but is dominating. If Celtic wins on Saturday morning against Inverness, Postecoglou will have taken five of six domestic trophies since signing on the dotted line less than two years ago.
He’s also a four-time A-League winner, an Asian Cup winner, a champion of the Japanese league, and an OFC Champions League winner.
While those trophies don’t measure up to the Premier League or UEFA Champions League titles, Tottenham isn’t in the position to diminish his achievements.