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Tottenham plan talks over next manager as Glenn Hoddle suggests former Liverpool man for job

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Here is your Tottenham Hotspur morning digest on Tuesday, May 11.

Spurs draw up shortlist for new boss

Tottenham have drawn up a shortlist for their new manager and want to push ahead with talks, soccer.london has been informed.

Spurs presently have Ryan Mason in short-term cost of the staff after the membership sacked Jose Mourinho final month.

soccer.london understands that the age of the brand new manager just isn’t too necessary, however the transient is that they should be progressive, attack-minded, favouring possession-based soccer and most significantly, they need to match into the membership’s tradition.

The north London membership have drawn up an preliminary shortlist of managers they’re contemplating for the function and can push ahead to carry talks with the highest candidates.

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Dier’s verdict on Leeds highlights Spurs’ failures

Eric Dier thinks Leeds United precipitated “managed chaos” in Tottenham’s 3-1 defeat at Elland Road on Saturday afternoon.

“I believed Leeds have been the higher aspect first half, they make issues very tough,” Dier informed Spurs TV when reflecting on the defeat.

“They are very aggressive, they create managed chaos from their viewpoint and we didn’t management that so nicely ourselves within the first half.”

It was by no means going to be a straightforward recreation for Spurs, particularly when contemplating Leeds’ capacity to compete with the highest sides within the Premier League this season – particularly at their dwelling floor in Yorkshire.

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Hoddle suggests Gerrard may very well be a doable candidate for Spurs job

Glenn Hoddle thinks Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard may very well be a doable choice for Daniel Levy to nominate as Tottenham’s new manager.

The Rangers boss has introduced the Scottish Premiership title again to Ibrox this season after ending Celtic’s dominant spell.

Gerrard’s rising CV as a manager might entice Spurs to the former England midfielder, one thing that Hoddle stated on BT Sport.

“Steven Gerrard, I’ll put his title,” the ex-Spurs man stated.

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“I don’t know if Steven can wait for [Jurgen] Klopp to start out hitting the ropes in a couple of years’ time to go to Liverpool, it doesn’t work like that typically.”

As Hoddle talked about above, Gerrard has been extensively tipped to sooner or later change Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp at Anfield, however might search some Premier League expertise of some kind beforehand.

The former Reds captain is a legend for some on Merseyside and his spectacular tenure at Rangers to this point can be one thing that has caught the attention of Liverpool chiefs.