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Tottenham: The perfect job at the perfect time. 2

Posted on May 16, 2014 by Scraggs

The season is now over and as the board go about looking for the new man to take up the challenge in the coming season there is a sense of disappointment, Tottenham have dropped to sixth but more worryingly ten points behind the team in 4th place, a position we have achieved a couple of times or have been just a point away from on a regular basis, of course our position and points total, which was still only three points off our best ever total, doesn’t tell the whole story of the season,

Tottenham’s revolving door. Who’s out? Who’s in? 0

Posted on May 10, 2014 by Random Spurs Supporter

The last game of the season is fast approaching and yet again it will end in disappointment for all tottenham supporters. Although the sale of Gareth Bale last summer was enormously telling the club seemed to have used the opportunity to acquire a number of players to enhamce the quality within the squad and finally purchase a few long awaited additions to provide what had perhaps been missing in previous seasons. The supporters were sad to see Bale depart but were realistic enough to understand the reasons and were happy with the additions made.
Many of us still believe that had Levy and the other decision makers held their nerve in December that AVB would have achieved the target of Champions League football and perhaps a better shot at one of the cups, he has certainly hit the ground running at Zenit and proven that a coach with an idea and some structure to his plans generally manages to obtain results. It might have been too defensive on occasions, there were a few disappointing results along the way but in general the team dominated the opposition unlike the position we find ourselves in now.

Sherwood deserves time! 7

Posted on May 02, 2014 by Eddie S

I have to admit that Frank de Boer has opened a can of worms and should have remained silent on the prospect of being considered, and he probably is only under consideration at this time, for the Tottenham coaching position that seems likely to become available once the season is over. Before his “leak”  Tim Sherwood had already run to the press to speak out against the likes of Van Gaal and Hoddle expressing their interest in the job even though that was  in December!  The timing of Sherwood’s outburst

Tottenham tout for Tim’s replacement. 4

Posted on April 29, 2014 by Guest Writer

Tim Sherwood has recently run to the press to condemn the actions of Van Gaal and Glenn Hoddle who he believes have both touted themselves for his Tottenham job, so it must have come as a shock to him that Frank De Boer has today confirmed that Tottenham themselves have contacted his employers Ajax as to his availability this summer. Other journalists have also said the same of Mauricio Pochettino, another potential target just as soon as the season finishes and likely to be considered a serious contender for the post.

Tottenham’s managerial options. 10

Posted on April 27, 2014 by Scraggs

Another win for Tim Sherwood, which in his eyes endorses his position of greatest Tottenham manager of all time, though it should not be clouded by the fact that he has only twenty Premiership fixtures behind him and doesn’t take into account a win ratio of just 16% in cup matches. If Sherwood still believes that he is the right man for the job he will be buoyed by the latest reports of Van Gaal being offered and accepting the job at Old Trafford, though not yet confirmed it is very likely to be the case with Ryan Giggs as his number 2 learning and preparing to step into the job himself in the not too distant future.

Are Tottenham set to go Dutch again? 0

Posted on February 08, 2014 by Scraggs

Though Martin Jol did not turn out to be Fulham’s cup of tea he will forever be remembered by Tottenham’s supporters as the man who elevated Tottenham to a top five club and into one that could actually break the top four monopoly that had existed this century, he came close on two occasions before Daniel Levy lost patience and decided he had failed in his mission. What followed was Juande Ramos who delivered a trophy but not Champions League football before Redknapp took over and did so, unfortunately he could not maintain that lofty position.

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