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“He knows what the club needs” Former Spurs player names one man for the Tottenham job
By Bruce Grove -

Jamie O’Hara has suggested that Tottenham makes Scott Parker their next manager.

Parker struggled with Fulham in the Premier League, but he is now thriving as the manager of Bournemouth in the Championship.

The former midfielder spent time at Tottenham during his playing days and former Spurs man, O’Hara believes he is the right person for the job.

He tweeted: “Give me Scott Parker as gaffa let him build a squad, has an identity a spurs style of play, managed the u23s he knows what the club needs”

Spurs need a manager that can bring immediate results and Parker hasn’t got the CV that shows he can do that at the top level.

The former midfielder sets his team up to play exciting attacking football, but he hasn’t managed a top club yet.

Spurs need a manager with a wider experience like Antonio Conte to take the team to the next level.

But it’s hard to see Daniel Levy appointing the fiery Italian, especially because the former Chelsea manager will demand more control than Levy likes his manager’s having.

The handwriting is already on the wall for Nuno Espirito Santo even though he was never a popular appointment.

Good managers are available for Tottenham to replace him with, but I suspect Levy would want a manager he and Fabio Paratici can easily control and tell what to do.

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Billy Bojangles
Billy Bojangles
2 months ago

Sorry, but Scotty Crop Circle is the last thing we need. Nice fella, I’m sure, but would be wildly out of his depth and doesn’t command the respect of this caliber of players. Toddle on, Scott. I’d sooner have Gerrard.

StuSpur
StuSpur
2 months ago

What the club needs is an enema

Urbane Sturgeon
Urbane Sturgeon
2 months ago

I’d quite enjoy watching young Mr Parker ‘av a go at the job.

Tangangry
Tangangry
2 months ago

Back on this old merry-go-round again are we!

Sonificent
Sonificent
2 months ago
Reply to  Tangangry

Maybe we can go back for the fourth choice. Inspiring stuff. Can’t believe that won’t wake Harry out of his Levy-induced funk.

Gwan
Gwan
2 months ago

Sacking Nuno is a knee jerk reaction. The rot starts from the very top. Unfortunately, Levy will find ways to deflect his catastrophies to those below him.
It’s assured that this team will keep sinking further into the abyss, but that’s good news to Kane since his dream move to Man City will be much cheaper. He deserves the move out of this hellhole
I just hope Levy will get a big enough dent in his pockets for him to reset this downward spiral. But I won’t hold my breath

Harry
Harry
2 months ago
Reply to  Gwan

The only way Levy will be pis*ed is if season tickets are not renewed for next season and the shiny stadium is half empty.

Ballina Hotspur
Ballina Hotspur
2 months ago
Reply to  Harry

The stadium unfortunately won’t be half empty because, people who aren’t interested in spurs will still come for the novelty effect just to say they’ve been there. There is too much going on around the stadium that will attract “tourists” to the stadium.

But the season ticket renewal will be a big hit next season. But unfortunately it won’t be a critical hit to ENIC.

N9boy
N9boy
2 months ago

Unfortunately, try as I might, I can’t not go to the match’s home or away. 52 years of addiction has left me in a state of having to go eating shite or not.
I come from Edmonton but now have lived in Wales for 30 years the bead to see Spurs in always there.

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