Daniel Levy's Imaginary Shortlist
A bald, youngish Dutchman wasn’t the answer. What about a bearded Greco-Australian?
I mean, why the hell not?
Slot is compared to Pep Guardiola and turned down Leeds. But would he come to Spurs?
DAN! DAN! DANIEL! DANNY! DAN! DAN!
He’s flexible, tactically astute, notoriously prickly, and ex-Chelsea. Hrm.
Dad just might be finally coming home from the corner store.
A special guest analyst takes us through an outside-the-box potential managerial appointment.
Tottenham stole Lille’s coaching staff 18 months ago. This time, why not steal their manager?
The Wrong Maurizio (yes I know they are spelled differently)
Could Martinez make the leap back to club football? Eh.
For a holistic approach to success, is there anyone better than the gegenpress guy?
Allegri absolutely dominated Italy while at Juventus. So why isn’t he already employed?
He may be headed to RB Leipzig, but it’s worth remembering the name
Brighton are in 17th, so why is Graham Potter the best available option for Spurs? Because in this house, we trust the process.
Nagelsmann is done, and it’s time to start looking at other candidates. Up first — the OTHER guy we probably won’t get.
One of Portugal’s best teams is failing apart. Is it Levy time?
Spurs should give the 21-year-old French midfielder a long look.
The midfielder turned wing-back has a high upside and could be a good fit if Kyle Walker moves to City.