‘Team colors are a sure sign of a manager’ → Tottenham consider slot appointment immediately after Conte sacking

Tottenham’s appointment of a slot manager is in the spotlight.

Spurs have been led by acting manager Stellini since Conte was sacked in March, but he has since been sacked and Mason has been in charge for the rest of the season. Luis Enrique and Nagelsmann have been in the running for the job, but the club has recently been linked with a slot manager.

Van der Vaart, who played for Tottenham from 2010 to 2012, shared his thoughts on Slott’s appointment with Dutch outlet NOS on Thursday (Nov. 24). “I know that Tottenham really want a slot coach,” said van der Vaart, a former Dutch midfielder. A month ago they asked me what I thought of Slott,” he said, “He has done a great job. Feyenoord play a very stable game. Tottenham have always lacked a manager who can play entertaining football.” “When I was asked about Slott, I gave a very positive answer. I played for Tottenham for two years and we have a very good relationship.”

Slott has also been praised by Spurs’ former Dutch players. Former Spurs goalkeeper Bom said: “I think Slott is ready for the job. “I know the Dutch league very well and I’ve spoken to a lot of players in Holland. The reviews of Slott’s leadership and style of play at Alkmaar and Feyenoord are very positive. His communication with the players is excellent. Feyenoord played well last season and won a trophy this season. Slott has done an amazing job and is the right manager for Tottenham.”

On the 22nd, English Football Fancast said, “Tottenham chairman Levy can revive Son Heung-min by appointing Slott. Slott is the ideal manager for Tottenham. ‘Slott is an extreme attacking coach, similar to Guardiola,’ said a source, ‘Slott favored a 4-3-3 formation at Feyenoord, and the flankers played well. Slott clearly knows how to get the most out of his flankers. ‘Scoring goals has not been a problem for Feyenoord under Slott this season,’ he said.메이저사이트

Slott led Feyenoord to an early win in the Dutch Eredivisie this season. Feyenoord won their first Eredivisie title in six years in Slott’s second season in charge.

Speaking about his potential move to Tottenham, Slott said: “Every manager has a challenge and ambition. When I went to Feyenoord from Alkmaar two years ago, everyone said to me, ‘Why are you leaving?’ I took on the challenge at Feyenoord and became Dutch champion. My next challenge will not be at a Dutch club. I always said the Premier League is the best league,” he said.

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