Tottenham, which was worse than the second division team… “Is there a reason to go?”

Gabriel Agbonlahor advised Vincent Kompany to stay at Burnley and not move to Tottenham Hotspur.

Tottenham’s appointment of the next manager is not positive. It has been 2-3 weeks since the firing of manager Antonio Conte, who led the team from last season, but there is still no progress.

There were many candidates. From Julian Nagelsmann who parted ways with Bayern Munich, Luis Enrique, Mauricio Pochettino, Enze Postecoglu, Roberto De Cervi, Oliver Glasner and Thomas Frank were mentioned. But Nagelsmann and Enrique are in closer contact with Chelsea, and Pochettino is more interested in a Real Madrid job than returning to Tottenham. The rest of the managers also revealed their position that they would focus on the current team rather than joining Tottenham.

In this situation, another candidate came to the fore. The main character is Kompa. A Manchester City ‘legend’, Kompany began his coaching career after retiring from his playing career. Recognized for his leadership while leading Anderlecht, he joined Burnley this season and led the team to promotion to the top division in his first year. Tottenham executives were impressed by Kompany’s leadership in getting the team promoted to the second division in one season. 토스카지노

However, Agbonlaher of British media ‘Talk Sports’ advised Kompany not to go to Tottenham. “I can see why Tottenham are interested in Kompany, but if I were Kompany I would have turned it down,” he said.

“He led Burnley to the English Premier League (EPL). Even if Kompany parted ways with Burnley, his career would attract the attention of many EPL teams. Considering the way Tottenham run the club, why contact them? Is there a reason for Kompany to leave Burnley…he can make an impact in the Premier League with Burnley by reinforcing his squad this summer.”

Kompany also made it clear that he is not interested in moving to Tottenham. In an interview with the British public broadcaster ‘BBC’, he said, “The position of coaching Tottenham is not important to me. There is no such thought in my mind. In my mind, my job right now is the most important job in the world.”

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