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    06 June 2023

    Ange Postecoglou’s impact on Tottenham: Expectations from the new boss who instills invincibility

    Antidote to a club in serious need of direction: Ange Postecoglou

    The appointment of 57-year-old Ange Postecoglou as the new manager of Tottenham Hotspur may come as a surprise to some fans, but looking at his impressive track record, he could be just what the club needs. As the first Australian manager in Premier League history, he has led teams to league titles in Australia, Japan and Scotland.

    Rebuilding Jobs Leading To Success

    Postecoglou’s ability to create successful rebuilding jobs is well documented. He took over Yokohama F Marinos when they were suffering from an “identity crisis” and turned them into J League champions. Similarly, after winning the Asian Cup with Australia, he created a similar legacy in Japan by giving purpose back to the team.

    A Brand Of Attractive Football

    Tottenham fans have been craving for attacking football since Mauricio Pochettino left. With Postecoglou’s self-proposed commitment towards dynamic and energetic football that is pleasing on the eye yet purposeful; it seems like their prayers might finally be answered.

    “It was refreshing style of football that the league hadn’t really seen,” said Dan Orlowitz from The Japan Times.

    Cultivating A More Positive And Productive Culture

    In addition to playing attractive football on-field,Tottenham also needs rejuvenation off-field.Postecoglou has zero tolerance for players who don’t follow his principles and always pushes them to be better. His ability to bring buy-in from the team is evident in Matt Smith’s account of how Postecoglou “changed the whole scope of how Australian football was perceived.”

    “There’s zero tolerance for players that don’t want to follow,” said former Brisbane captain, Matt Smith.

    An Inspirational Quality

    Postecoglou gets people. He understands what makes players tick, commands respect, has a presence, motivates and has a good record in the transfer market. Despite being relatively unknown when he arrived at Celtic two years ago, he won five out of six domestic trophies available before departing Scotland.

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