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Is the King of White Hart Lane about to make his third coming?

Posted on December 16, 2013 by Scraggs

The timing could not be worse with all the experienced coaches in work, those with the ability to take Tottenham forward are reasonably settled with clubs or are preparing to go to the World Cup next year with various national teams. Quite possibly the only man available out there and who might at last be ready for the job is Glenn Hoddle, Pochettino and Laudrup have been muted as possibilities but after some impressive periods things have deteriorated in recent times.

Hoddle has always done reasonably well as a coach and that included his time with Chelsea, Swindon and even England, he did not quite live up to expectation when he took over at Tottenham the first time but on this occasion he would have a vastly better squad to work with and transfer funds to use in the January window.

Hoddle is probably better suited to the job now as he has gained so much more experience in his formative years in coaching and has continued to coach but in a lower profile situation. for me Hoddle was the best I have ever seen in a Spurs shirt, he perhaps flattered to deceive when he came to Tottenham the first time but in all fairness take a look at the squad that he had to work with back then and he probably only had half a dozen decent players in their prime to work with, even as coach of England he had a 60% win rate which has only ever been bettered by Alf Ramsey and Capello.

This will be an interesting and vital decision for Levy to make with just a couple of weeks to go before the transfer window reopens. Let us know who you think should take over.

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2 to “Is the King of White Hart Lane about to make his third coming?”

  1. BigH says:

    Personally I would go for Capello, however I would also have no problem with giving Glenn another go. He’s spurs through and through and seems to have matured his footballing brain. Hiddink is another I admire, but here we are again, back to square one. Levy also needs now to stop and think seriously about his role in all this and maybe just learn a little from how David Dein ran things over at the Woolwich lot

    • Tony says:

      Wenger took over a winning team whereas AVB didn’t. Redknapp won sod all and was never likely to. now we will have somebody come in who will be told to go for top four at the expense of everything else, AVB might not have achieved his targets but he would have at least gone for all the cups, now i fear we can forget those as well.

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