Tottenham needs a new coach and truth be told an even newer direction. The notion that Mauricio Pochettino’s return would in some way rejuvenate Spurs is ambitious. There’s little in the way of funds unless Harry Kane can be sold at a premium and the exit of lesser players would be challenged by a very flat footballing transfer economy.
Daniel Levy needs a coach that can hit the ground running and get a fresh, Champions League tune out of a largely now ageing squad. Poch is not that man.