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Tottenham are targeting Nuno Espirito Santo as their next manager with new sporting director Fabio Paratici in favour of a move for the ex-Wolves boss'

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-9705381/Tottenham-targeting-former-Wolves-boss-Nuno-Espirito-Santo-manager.html

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Nuno 不

Jesus if Wolves over the last18 monthsare anythingto go by Spurs aregoing to be utter dogshit.

Nuno not at the level fora team like Spurs. Theyre going to have to appoint a Hasenhuttl or Nuno or somebody of this ilk though, because theyve somehow missed out on every half decent manager available.

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What is Spurs insistence on developing young players re a manager just now?I mean theiracademy theres a handful of guys who are decent probably but you need to have a good environment and good senior/more experiencedplayers around themwhich arguably barSon, Kane, Alderwereild,Lloris maybe they donthave.

I mean ifDaniel Levy is expecting Spurs to be going places, developing guys like Joe Rodon, Oliver Skipp, JaphetTanganga, Ryan Sessegnon, Jack Clarke etc, they will undoubtedly also haveto get rid of some of theshite/average/questionable moresenior players likeDele Alli, Erik Lamela,Eric Dier, Harry Winks, Matt Doherty, Ben Davies, Davinson Sanchez. Or they wont get anywhere.

Nunos record with developing players is also questionable. I mean does he really develop all these players so much or are they not just good players that they buy through the link to Jorge Mendes? For exampleRuben Neves, Diogo Jota, Pedro Neto, Rui Patricio, Joao Moutinho they were all definitely good/decent players.Morgan Gibbs-White was a big thing from their academy, played a lot first season in the PL then rarely featured after. Maybe he can be credited with Jota, Pedro Netoand Traores improvementsmore but hes bought well morethananything (if he buys the players thatis).

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8 hours ago, OneMoSalah said:

Nuno 不

Jesus if Wolves over the last18 monthsare anythingto go by Spurs aregoing to be utter dogshit.

Nuno not at the level fora team like Spurs. Theyre going to have to appoint a Hasenhuttl or Nuno or somebody of this ilk though, because theyve somehow missed out on every half decent manager available.

I don't know if the 9-0 losses against Leicester and United are counting against him but am surprised Spurs haven't tried to go for Hasenhuttl. Think he's a good manager.

5 hours ago, Blues Forever said:

First of all, is Paratici even going to last at Spurs? He has barely been in the job and there already seems to be differing ideas between him and Levy.

Is Nuno really known for developing players, especially younger ones? Would say someone like Hasenhuttl has a better track record with that.

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1 hour ago, Jas said:

I don't know if the 9-0 losses against Leicester and United are counting against him but am surprised Spurs haven't tried to go for Hasenhuttl. Think he's a good manager.

First of all, is Paratici even going to last at Spurs? He has barely been in the job and there already seems to be differing ideas between him and Levy.

Is Nuno really known for developing players, especially younger ones? Would say someone like Hasenhuttl has a better track record with that.

Hes nothing special, maybe he will get there but him and Nuno are mediocre. Hasnt reallyachieved anything of note with Southampton in 2 full seasons after keeping them up when he came where as at least Nuno has constantly had Wolves punching above their weight, in European competition, another 7th place finish etc to maybe push his case a bit.

Few thingswithHassenhuttl though,like has heactually signed a good player yet for Southampton bar Danny Ings permanently(who was actually signed by MarkHufhes originally on loan) and maybe Che Adams (even then hardly done anything for Southampton)? I really dont think his transfers have worked well for Southampton because every season they dont look likethey improve and either way they end up around 14/15/16th in thetable after battling relegation for 80% of the season although they did get 11th the season beforehand so maybe unfair. And then the who has he really improvedaspect to the point they should definitely be playing ata higher level? Hojbjerg, Ings, JWP? Not exactly inspiringis it?

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