Why Tottenham can be one of the hottest clubs next season

Why Tottenham can be one of the hottest clubs next season

The Tottenham manager is presently one of the highest ranked managers in Europe, he is widely known for his controversial nature and his objective way of currying his words to have aura of penchant-for intelligence and at the same time sounding comic.

He is a very successful manager who has based on record delivered many football clubs from lack of silverware in their gallery. 

Between 2002/2003 in Porto, with a team built around the likes of Ricardo Carvalho, Deco and Helder Postiga, Porto stormed the league, finishing 11 points ahead of Benfica. Their 86 points becomes the highest Portuguese points tally in the 3 points per win era. They win the cup and beat Celtic in the EUFA Cup final to complete a treble.

He agreed to replace Claudio Ranieri at Chelsea. It was here he earned himself the name “Special One” after many years that Chelsea was without a trophy, he brought down a forever glory days by giving them the premier league and the league cup. And between 2005/2006 he delivered again the premier league and the community shield. And between 2006/2007 won the League Cup and FA Cup and was second to Ferguson’s Manchester United. It was after the 2007/2008 which he won nothing that he moved over to Inter Milan where he won Seria A, Supercoppa Italiana in the first season and subsequently won Seria A, Champions League, Coppa Italia, FIFA World Coach of the year. He made further achievements until he arrived Manchester United after Ferguson’s retirement which left Manchester United battling for his proper replacement after Moyes and Van-Gaal failed to win anything and manage the players. He immediately won the League Cup, Europa League, and Community Shield with the likes of Valencia, Young, Lingard, Jones, Smalling, young Rashford, old Ibrahimovic, with just Pogba as the only proven player in all.

The import of this is that the special one is presently in Tottenham trying to make a difference in a club which has won nothing for ages, he believes in his managerial idiosyncrasies and though he didn’t start very well, he has made a lot of improvements which are quite glaring in the team and is ready to do more. He said to the fans “ I hope to have you back next season, and I hope what we did in this last part of the season is good enough to show you the direction that we are going, and next season, of course, we all hope to have very happy moments together”. There is no doubt about his abilities as a coach and how he flourishes more often in his second seasons in each club. He will be the savior of Tottenham Hotspur next season, just like he did in Chelsea, Porto, Milan and Manchester United.

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