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Who should be the man to replace Andre Villas-Boas at Spurs?

Following Andre Villas-Boas’ dismissal on Monday morning, there has been plenty of speculation about who will replace him at White Hart Lane.

Technical Director and former player Tim Sherwood has been put in temporary charge and will be in the dug-out for Wednesday’s Capital One Cup clash against West Ham.

Fabio Capello, Glen Hoddle and Southampton manager, Mauricio Pochettino, are just some of the names that are apparently in contention for the job.

What about you though? Who do you all think should become the next Tottenham Hotspur manager?

Take the poll below and feel free to comment on your reasoning!!

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5 comments on “Who should be the man to replace Andre Villas-Boas at Spurs?

  1. Joseph Pearson
    December 17, 2013

    Tottenham Hotspur are an absolute joke of a football club. They will forever live in Arsenal’s shadow while they continue to sell their best players, sack good managers and maintain the belief that they deserve to finish in the top four. THEY ARE NOT THAT GOOD. They picked Baldini to sign players who are not good enough. They used to have Bale, Modric and Van Der Vaart…What other type of manager do they want!? Make Levy manager that’s what he really wants 🙂

    • jc12oc
      December 17, 2013

      It has been terrible since the summer for Spurs. Like you say, a once strong team has been ripped apart. AVB had 8-9 new players thrown at him by Baldini and was expected to make the new team work. It is crazy

  2. Eredivisie: Weekly Updates
    December 17, 2013

    Thanks for the follow! I just started this week, and would love to get my name out more, any suggestions? Also, I totally agree. I think that putting so many new individuals into a team and expecting a title or even a Champions League spot is absurd. No way that all those new, young players can adapt and then excel in a league like the BPL.

    • jc12oc
      December 17, 2013

      No problem. Maybe set up a twitter account for your blog? following other blogs and commenting on them always helps as well.

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