Tottenham Hotspur has parted ways with its 11th full-time manager, Antonio Conte, following a string of disappointing performances. While the club’s search for a new head coach continues, the question remains: can they work with Daniel Levy? It is well-known that Levy, the longest-serving chairman in the Premier League, has a reputation for firing managers at the first sign of trouble. However, given Tottenham’s current financial situation, whoever assumes the role next will have to work within tight constraints. Despite the challenges, the vacancy is highly sought after, with Julian Nagelsmann, Mauricio Pochettino, and Oliver Glasner being some of the candidates in contention. Getting the right coach is crucial for Tottenham, but with Levy’s track record, the boardroom might be the biggest obstacle to success.
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