Neither Luis Enrique nor Julian Nagelsmann. Neither did Xabi Alonso. Not even Arne Slot, who ‘used’ the spurs to get the renewal with Feyenoord. Finally, the next Tottenham manager will be Ange Postecoglou. The Australian coach, although of Greek origin, signs with the London team for the next four seasons. This is how they have made it known spurs through a release: “We are pleased to announce the appointment of Ange Postecoglou as the new coach of the first team”. The 57-year-old coach arrives in London after achieving a triplet of national titles with the Bhoys.
“We will confirm Ange’s coaching staff in due course,” adds the club. The until then manager of Celtic from Glasgow is Daniel Levy’s definitive bet to relieve Antonio Conte on the bench. Definitively, of course. And it is that, since the Italian coach was dismissed in March, Cristian Stellini and Ryan Mason acted as interim until the end of the 2022/2023 season. A final section of the course in which none managed to reverse the situation of the team and the spurs They have been left out of European competitions.
Thus, Tottenham’s board of directors is entrusted to the coach who, in his two seasons at the helm of Celtic in Glasgow, has led the Scottish team to win the last two league championships. Although the reception of some fans was not the best through social networks, where many compared it with the bet of Nuno Espírito Santo on the bench of the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium as a relief for Mauricio Pochettino, the 57-year-old coach arrives wanting to prove himself in the Premier League. In the words of manager Daniel Levy, “he has a solid track record in player development and understands the importance of the link from the academy.”