Rodgers changing Mourinho? Roy Hudson says Spurs may fall brief
Tottenham will be looking for a permanent replacement for Jose Mourinho.
Tottenham are looking again, this time they are looking for a suitable manager. In a shock move, the club decided to release Mourinho from his position. There were rumors that Mourinho left because of the ESL situation.
However, recent reports suggest the club has been planning to do this for quite some time. Apparently they felt that there was a negative environment in the locker room below Mourinho. Plus, Tottenham didn’t do very well in the Premier League.
The surprise was Tottenham Sacked 6 days before the final against City. Many believed that this would leave the club in a slightly vulnerable position. Ryan Mason will take over for Spurs until the end of the season.
It got off to a happy start with Tottenham on the worthwhile end of a controversial VAR call. Heung Min Son calmly put the ball in the net and gave Spurs a 2-1 advantage. Yet another big test awaits the Spurs, who face Manchester City in the Carabao Cup final.
Your performance could be key to determining whether Ryan will give Mason a chance or whether to go with someone with more experience. Spurs will be looking for someone to set their squad and rumor has it they are looking for someone who knows the Premier League inside out.
Brendan Rodgers is one of the names Tottenham is looking for. The Irish International has done well with the Foxes this season as they sit in 3rd place. However, former England coach Roy Hodgson believes Tottenham may no longer have that move.
The lure of the top 6 no longer really works at Spurs
Spurs have maintained a solid reputation in the Premier League over the years. They always fight for the top positions in the league. But recently the club’s performance has declined.
For this reason, it is very important to restore the status quo. If Spurs are able to win a trophy and secure a top four result, they would really be prepared for next season. You have the option, it remains to be seen whether they can deliver.
Currently, Roy Hodgson believes Tottenham have no lure to pull Brendan Rodgers away from Leicester. This was what he said, according to reports from Football365.
“Brendan’s doing very well in Leicester”. “I think if other clubs try to seduce him, it will not be easy and so easy to say that historically we are a slightly bigger club than the one you are in.
“It will be a question of having to convince him that the future will be much better for him if he moves and it won’t necessarily be easy like what he does at Leicester, the players he does The support he has in Leicester on what the future looks like for Leicester, all of these things are very positive aspects. “
Brendan Rodger’s contract with Leicester expires at the end of the season. Leicester’s position in the table could have a say if he stays or goes. However, given the overall development of the team, it is very likely that the manager will stick with the foxes.