Tottenham Hotspur seems to have a high regard for Burnley manager Vincent Kompany.
According to a report by Britain’s ‘Cut Offside’ 먹튀검증on the 18th (Korean time), transfer market expert Fabricio Romano wrote a column for the media, saying, “Tottenham has a high regard for coach Kompany. With his impressive performance at Burnley, Tottenham’s He became one of the directors’ favorite directors.”
However, he added, “But nothing has been decided yet on the appointment of a new manager within the Tottenham club. It will take more time for Chairman Daniel Levy to bring in a new command tower.”
Tottenham ended their partnership with manager Antonio Conte at the end of March. Coach Conte joined Tottenham midway through last season and achieved the goal of advancing to the European Football Federation (UEFA) Champions League (UCL). As a result, Tottenham carried out a major power reinforcement last summer and started this season with great expectations.
But this season has been disappointing. They performed below expectations and were eliminated from all cup competitions they participated in, including UCL, League Cup, and FA Cup. The English Premier League (EPL) was also pushed out of the championship competition and was confirmed as irrelevant. Now, Tottenham’s entry into the top four is the only realistic goal this season. As a result, manager Conte left.
Currently, Tottenham’s head coach Christian Stellini is leading the team as acting manager. Tottenham’s top priority is the appointment of the next head coach. Various candidates are being discussed, including former manager Mauricio Pochettino, Julian Nagelsmann, who was recently sacked from Bayern Munich, and Luis Enrique, who led Barcelona and the Spanish national football team.
Recently, Director Kompany has emerged as a candidate. Kompany spent most of his playing career at Manchester City. After joining Man City in 2008, he was highly regarded as the best defender in the league for over 10 years. Afterwards, he moved to Anderlecht, where he made his professional debut, and started his coaching career here after his retirement.
Coach Kompany took over as manager of Burnley ahead of this season. Burnley was a team that was relegated to 18th place in the EPL last season. Despite the messy situation, such as the departure of key players and a decrease in financial support, Coach Kompany quickly reorganized the team. And he proved his leadership by confirming promotion with 7 games left in the English Championship (second division) this season.