12 Oct Jose Mourinho following project:’Ex-Chelsea & Manchester United boss the wrong guy for Tottenham’ — Dimitar Berbatov recommends patience with Mauricio Pochettino
The former Spurs striker isn’t convinced a former Chelsea and Manchester United boss could be the ideal match for a training post in north London
Tottenham are advised to steer clear of Jose Mourinho, with Dimitar Berbatov advocating patience with Mauricio Pochettino.
Questions have been requested of a mentor in north west London that has overseen remarkable progress throughout a mutually reign.
Spurs are very top-four regulars from the Premier League and Champions League finalists, but a few are wondering if an Argentine tactician has accepted the club as far as he could.
Pochettino’s inventory remains high, with hyperlinks to Manchester United and Real Madrid never far away, but it’s been indicated that his interest is waning in the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Berbatov expects that isn’t the situation, particularly since a few of these being mooted as possible successors wouldn’t be the ideal fit.
Former Chelsea and United boss Mourinho was touted for a different part in English football, but former Spurs striker Berbatov would like to see religion shown from the guy now calling the shots.
He advised Betfair :”There’s been a great deal of discussion about Jose Mourinho taking over at Spurs.
“As a trainer that’s been there on very top of the game for so long and has been in every type of scenario, I believe he might have the answers for a number of the issues Spurs are confronting. But would he create them ?
“I do not understand because it’s the exact same team, yes you may have a small lift at first, such as Manchester United did once [Ole Gunnar] Solskjaer came in, but you want to keep moving, otherwise you’re likely to slip right into a spiral.
“For me personally however, Pochettino should remain there, he has been there for quite a while.
“I recall Sir Alex Ferguson telling us a team has to be altered when four years moves, not the entire team, however a few gamers.
“Following four decades, some players begin to become complacent and they are not challenged anymore, they’re in with the supervisor and they’re comfy, so a supervisor should shake things up and bring in new players.
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“This might be the situation with Spurs, a great deal of the gamers are there a very long time and perhaps they will need to shake things up and attempt to push the players in a manner.”
Change might seem to be on just how for Tottenham, together with uncertainty shrouding the futures a number of seasoned performers.
Christian Eriksen, Toby Alderweireld and Jan Vertonghen are to the closing 12 weeks of their various contracts, while transfer talk continues to encircle the likes of Danny Rose, Eric Dier and Serge Aurier.