We’ve all been told that a long process must follow the dismissal of a manager to find the correct replacement. But with the range of managers who have been linked to the Spurs job, why is it taking so long to choose?!
It is quite clear that the futures of Modric, Bale and incoming stars will not be resolved until a manager is decided upon so why are Tottenham stalling on the deal?
The Daily Mail and the Guardian are reporting that AVB has pulled out of talks with Spurs following his displeasure of the club still approaching other managers on the vacant job.
What I struggle to comprehend is when AVB, Benitez and Capello are all vacant and eager to get into managing again, there is no need to approach to Moyes and Martinez who have failed to achieve anything in their management career.
With the 34 year old alleged to be frustrated with the management shortlist consisting of 10 other managers, the talks between the two parties has said to have deteriorated which leads to questions as to who the next manager will be after AVB was labelled as favourite.
This situation could turn bad for Spurs as the Guardian reported that a big manager shortlist at Liverpool was a main reason as to why AVB rejected the post.
So Levy, if you want AVB to be the next Tottenham manager, it looks like you’ll have to appoint him fairly quickly if you want to ensure he won’t reject you when you need him to take the club forward.
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