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South American reveals ‘dream’ to manage Tottenham ‘the best club in London’

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Former Brazil midfielder Sandro dreams of managing his former club Tottenham Hotspur.

Sandro decided to retire last summer after staying without a club for over a year. He might have hung up his boots but he is now taking steps to return to the world of football in a coaching capacity.

The 35-year-old wants to go into management and is keen on exploring if he can succeed as a manager. While speaking to Gianluca di Marzio, the former Brazilian international pointed out the fact that he dreams of the Tottenham job more than managing Barcelona or Real Madrid.

Coaching his former club appears to be his ultimate dream.

Sandro while talking about his ambitions as a coach, said: “My dream is not to coach Barcelona or Real Madrid but Tottenham.

“I’m only 35 years old and have a lot of time ahead of me. I am aware that I have to work my way up first. But my goal is the Tottenham bench, which I consider the best club in London.”

Sandro keen on Tottenham return

Sandro clearly enjoyed his time at the North London Club. He left his homeland to join Spurs in the summer of 2010. The 35-year-old had a four-year stint at the club and featured in over 100 matches for them.

He showed great promise during his time at Tottenham and his performances even attracted a lot of interest. Unfortunately, injuries became a major hurdle for him and he never really got going after leaving Spurs in 2014.

He played for a number of clubs after leaving Spurs but it seems they have a special place in his heart. And, that is why, he dreams of returning to Tottenham and this time as a manager and lead his former club.

Sandro was quite straightforward about the fact that he doesn’t dream of a move to Real Madrid or Barcelona and his ultimate objective is to become the Tottenham manager. Even if the Spanish giants came calling, he would prefer a return to England.

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