Tottenham Hotspurs latest game was the carabao cup final which they lost to Manchester City. The club had just fired Jose Mourinho even before the final and so Ryan Mason was the manager in charge during that game time. Mourinho was fired due to the poor run of form evident at White Hart Lane and the club wanted immediate responce atleast to freshen up things for next season .
Tottenham are now eyeing for a good and experienced coach who can turn things upright. Several names are on their radar but reports have emerged that Brendan Rodgas is the main one tipped to take the job. Daniel Levi ,the Tottenham club owner believes in Brendan management and style of play and seeing him as the best manager to save his club.
However there are also other names tipped for the same job. One of them being the current atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone.
Though simeone game style is almost similar to that of Mourinho, Tottenham may as well go for him atleast to change the weather Incase they miss out on Brendan deal. Tell us who you think may win the job, is it Brendan or Diego?
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