Does The Cap Fit As AVB’S Replacement?

As we all expected following yesterday’s humilating 5-0 defeat at the hands of Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur have parted company with Andre Villas-Boas. I’m personally very disappointed that things have come to this but results at White Hart Lane have just not been good enough. Suitable replacements are already being suggested and bet365 have come up with a market on the next Tottenham manager, with some very interesting contenders.

Fabio Capello is already being backed to replace Andre Villas-Boas at White Hart Lane. bet365 spokesman Steve Freeth “Time will tell whether punters are putting two and two together and getting five at the sight of Capello at White Hart Lane on Sunday, but he’s proving very popular in the early stages of the race to replace AVB.”

Next Permanent Spurs Manager
Fabio Capello 6/4
Michael Laudrup 5/1
Guus Hiddink 7/1
Tim Sherwood 8/1
Frank De Boer 10/1
Glenn Hoddle 12/1
Roberto Mancini 14/1
Luis Enrique 14/1
Roberto Di Matteo 16/1
Jurgen Klinsmann 16/1
Jurgen Klopp 16/1
Mauricio Pochettino 16/1
Ole G’ Solskjaer 20/1
Jupp Heynckes 25/1
Others on request

I personally hate the idea of Capello at the helm, but he’d be the most obvious choice with the current set up at the club. Michael Laudrup or Guus Hiddink would be my preferred choices, with the pair on offer at odds of 5/1 and 7/1 respectively.

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  1. Franky de boer

  2. yep frank de boer

  3. Lots of flavor of the month names on the list. I just want someone who’s right for Tottenham. So many people didn’t want Martinez because he came from Wigan, who weren’t fashionable. I’d take him in a shot right now

  4. I.P. from South Africa

    NO, NO for Capello!!! He is too frugal in his style. de Boer maybe, if we can get Martinez definitely! What is wrong with sacking Baldini and bringing back “Arry” Redknap? Freund as assistant to Harry and it may surprise us what can be done with all the new recruits. Di Matteo will also not be a bad idea with all the new players at Spurs, he may just become not as defensive as in the past and deliver on the attacking front in style.

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