Tottenham to Open Talks with Celtic Boss Ange Postecoglou
Reports suggest that Tottenham are set to open talks with current Celtic manager, Ange Postecoglou, in the coming days about potentially becoming their new boss. The Greek-born former Australia boss has had an impressive tenure at the Scottish club, winning five out of six domestic trophies during his two seasons at Parkhead.
This comes after Spurs’ recent search for a new manager following Antonio Conte’s departure earlier this year and interim spells from Cristian Stellini and Ryan Mason. Despite being linked to high-profile managers over recent months, Tottenham seem set on securing the services of one of Europe’s most promising coaches.
The Right Man for the Job?
Postecoglou would enter English football with a burgeoning reputation and a CV that boasts success on different continents. His limited experience coaching in European football does not appear to have hindered him so far – he has won admirers for the style of football played by his Celtic side despite scepticism early on.
A Clean Sweep of Domestic Honours
Postecoglou has secured a clean sweep of domestic honours for Celtic this term after toppling Rangers who finished 25 points clear in last season’s SPL campaign. This achievement matched his two A-League championships earned while managing Brisbane Roar before taking charge as Socceroos coach back in 2013 where he led them through World Cup qualification and eventually onto victory in Asia Cup 2015.
The End Of Levy’s Search?
If appointed as Spurs’ new boss, Postecoglou would provide a much-needed stability to Tottenham who have experienced a turbulent time in recent years. The club has been leaking goals and struggling to find consistency in their play style since Mauricio Pochettino left in 2019.
With the appointment of Ange Postecoglou as head coach, fans will hope that they can start looking up once again after what has been an incredibly frustrating period for all involved with Spurs.