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Tottenham now linked with former Liverpool man as their next manager
By Bruce Grove -

Tottenham’s never-ending search for a new manager has now seen them linked with a move for Steven Gerrard.

The former Liverpool midfielder is the current manager of Rangers and he has done well in his time at Ibrox.

He helped them win the Scottish Premier League title last season in an unbeaten campaign.

He has been tipped to become the next Liverpool manager when Jurgen Klopp leaves, however, he could make the move to England earlier, according to Give Me Sport

They say Gerard hasn’t been a target for Spurs before now, but as they continue to struggle to name a new boss, the former England international is now believed to be on their radar.

The report says some figures at the Scottish club are worried that their coveted manager could be tempted into making a move to England this summer.

Spurs have reached a dead-end in pursuit of most of their managerial targets so far.

The Lilywhites have seen talks with the likes of Antonio Conte and Paulo Fonseca break down in recent weeks and it is still a serious guessing game for their fans in trying to figure out who would be their next manager.

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Mark
Mark
6 months ago

Could do worse. Just so much BS rumours around.

Limerick AL.
Limerick AL.
6 months ago

Gerrard has been seen leaving Dan’s Mansion, along with Sammy Lee.

Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
6 months ago
Reply to  Limerick AL.

Reminds me when covid started, and Baldy was considering putting the ground staff to work on his estate.

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
6 months ago

Roll up roll up for the enic fc manager merry go round. Who will be brave enough to work under Levy?

Harry
Harry
6 months ago

I’d be very surprised if Danny boy even attends any games this season. Think he will be conspicuous by his absence

England Mike
England Mike
6 months ago

Not under any circumstances, even Levy I’d take first !!

Ojay
Ojay
6 months ago

Looking for clues on Oddschecker, as I do in vain hope on a daily basis!, there has been a significant shift in Graham Potter’s odds this morning! Into 6/4, 7/4 and even 5/6 on Betfair!!! First time any individual has been under around 5/1 since the Fonseca fiasco!

Stewart Smith
Stewart Smith
6 months ago

Er sorry, but are ‘Give me sport’ simply making up something here that nobody else would?
Think they may have been ‘on the mushrooms’ or something?

Andy
Andy
6 months ago
Reply to  Stewart Smith

…..and then this ‘reputable site’ rehashes the same rubbish. Have a word with Bruce will ya ‘Arry.

Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
6 months ago
Reply to  Andy

I prefer give me sport than any of our mainstream papers.. Bruce does a good job with reports and rumours that the Boy doesn’t cover, I would rather read them here than elsewhere.. Have a word with yourself brother.

Paul
Paul
6 months ago

It is taken from the same places you do not trust. Harry get quotes and give his own version of turning lemon into, well… lemonade. Bruce with due respect his pulling the same none sense I see on many other sites. And believe me, I read them all including your comments.

Fred
Fred
6 months ago
Reply to  Andy

Telegraph ran this as a proposal the other month; it’s not so far fetched

John Cotter
John Cotter
6 months ago

Gerrard doesn’t manage RFC. McAllister does. Beale in the background as well. RFC won a one horse race because Celtic imploded. I would easily take any person commenting here over Gerrard – he’s a front.

Richard David Bernard Taylor
Richard David Bernard Taylor
6 months ago
Reply to  John Cotter

Yes, they say Beale is pretty good and McAllister is probably an asset, too.

Richard David Bernard Taylor
Richard David Bernard Taylor
6 months ago

Rangers did well to go through the league programme unbeaten, whatever, though, of course, Celtic’s implosion meant they were never under any pressure.

Tony
Tony
6 months ago

What possible interest does Gerrard have in THFC? He would throw the games against Liverpool and drop us as soon as the Liverpool job became available

Rocketboots
Rocketboots
6 months ago

This isn’t even news.

Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
6 months ago

The press’s never ending churning of falsehoods…

No chance.

Jay
Jay
6 months ago

Gerrard was always going to do well at Rangers. It’s one of the top 2 clubs if not the best club in Scotland. The mentality to win is there instilled into it’s veins, and was always going to be back at the top.

Richard David Bernard Taylor
Richard David Bernard Taylor
6 months ago
Reply to  Jay

According to my programme supplier in Edinburgh (a Hibs fan), Rangers are a much bigger club than Celtic, which makes sense when you consider that Scotland is essentially a protestant country; he says that people down south don’t realize what a massive club they are.

Richard David Bernard Taylor
Richard David Bernard Taylor
6 months ago

All in all, Gerrard probably has n’t done too badly but Celtic had already passed their peak when he was appointed Rangers manager; Rangers were only 12 points behind Celtic the season before Gerrard took the reins at Ibrox, so they didn’t emerge from absolutely nowhere as seems to be the general impression.

Richard David Bernard Taylor
Richard David Bernard Taylor
6 months ago

Incidentally, rather an amusing comedy sketch on You Tube from the days when Rangers wouldn’t knowingly sign Catholics (Rikki Fulton: Rangers sign a Catholic. Take the longer version circa five and a half minutes)

Mikevardysbeard
Mikevardysbeard
6 months ago

I love that you have a programme supplier .

Richard David Bernard Taylor
Richard David Bernard Taylor
6 months ago

What I mean is I collect football programmes and he is one of my principal sources, for Scottish programmes at any rate

MitchellThomas
MitchellThomas
6 months ago

Can’t see Stevie G putting up with Levy’s cobblers, let alone Paratici. he’ll want full control of ins, out as well as the shake-it-all-abouts

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