‘It’s all thanks to Fostecoglue’…’Unbeaten No.2’ Tottenham end their record-breaking start to the season
Tottenham Hotspur’s new manager is the reason for the excitement.
“Tottenham Hotspur are buzzing with excitement like they haven’t felt in years,” said Jonathan Wilson of The Guardian, a British newspaper. “And it’s all thanks to manager Enze Postecoglou, 58, of Tottenham.”
Postecoglou left Celtic to take over at Tottenham ahead of this season. His arrival was met with much concern. Postecoglou has a wide range of managerial experience, including stints in the Japanese J-League and Australian A-League. He also has a long list of championships under his belt, including the Scottish Premiership. However, with no experience in the big leagues, the Premier League, one of the best leagues in the world, was likely to be a challenge for Postecoglou.메이저사이트
But his worries were unfounded. Postecoglou transformed Tottenham with a fiery brand of attacking soccer. Spurs are unbeaten with five wins and two draws. They earned a point in a 2-2 draw at Arsenal on March 24. Tottenham hadn’t won a league game against Arsenal in 13 years, so it was a satisfying result.
The next day, they faced Liverpool, a team they hadn’t beaten in six years, and came away with a 2-1 win. Although the Reds had a clear goal disallowed and two players sent off, it was still a significant achievement for Tottenham. “Tottenham got lucky, but they didn’t look intimidated against 11-man Liverpool,” Wilson wrote, praising Postecoglou’s performance.
However, it seems too early to start celebrating. “It’s still early in the season,” Wilson said of the Spurs’ future. “If Son Heung-min or James Maddison get injured, it could be dangerous,” he said, emphasizing that it’s still too early to recognize Postecoglou’s success.