Who will be the leader who will succeed manager Antonio Conte (53)?
British media ’90min’ reported on the 30th (Korean time), “Tottenham Hotspur is considering manager Julian Nagelsmann (35) and Mauricio Pochettino (51). It seems that they will be appointed in the coming summer.”
Tottenham recently sacked manager Conte, who was appointed in November 2021. Following the successive elimination of cup competitions, they were also sluggish in the Premier League. Above all, Conte’s mistake was decisive토토사이트. In the match against Southampton, which is at the bottom of the league, coach Conte, a non-reporter, said, “Tottenham is a team that has a reason for not winning the championship for 20 years. It will not change even if the manager changes.”
First of all, Tottenham put out the urgent fire by appointing senior coach Christian Stellini as interim manager. In the 2022-23 season, he will be in charge of securing the top 4 in the Premier League. It is expected that he will bet on his life and death to qualify for the European Football Federation (UEFA) Champions League (UCL) next season.
In the summer, a full-time manager will take over at Tottenham. The pool of candidates has also been narrowed down. ’90min’ announced that coach Nagelsmann, who was recently sacked from Bayern Munich, and Pochettino, who coached Tottenham in the past, are strong candidates.
Both directors are unemployed. When Munich fell to second place in the German Bundesliga, it boldly kicked out coach Nagelsmann. DFB Pokal and Champions League were cruising. Thomas Tuchel (49), former manager of Chelsea, was hastily appointed to the head coach of Munich. Coach Nagelsmann was sacked while on vacation.
He is still an attractive leader in European football. According to a report by ’90min’, Real Madrid is considering Nagelsmann as the successor to Carlo Ancelotti (63).
Pochettino has been successful with Tottenham in the past. In the 2018-19 season, it was promoted to the Champions League final. After that, he took over as Paris Saint-Germain manager due to sluggish performance. I heard the French Ligue 1 trophy, but was hardened due to the Champions League round of 16 elimination.
Meanwhile, ’90min’ added, “Tottenham is still considering former Spanish national team coach Luis Enrique as a candidate for the next coach of Tottenham.”