Ange Postecoglou and how he looks to galvanize Spurs looking a gem in Premier League already

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To see the recent improvement at Spurs and the intro of Ange Postecoglou (58) you start to believe that football can go places and take the next step with people not obvious to be were they are.

Following the path of the Australian, he has taken his steps out of Australia to England via Japan and Scotland and the start could not have been better at Spurs.

Spurs had no luck in The Carabao Cup as they were beaten in the 2nd round of the tournament away to Fulham, seeing themselves knocked out after penalties. But in the league they have shone and in the trashing of Burnley showing strenghts we do believe will be vital as they will be fighting for the title.

Spurs fans are talking about a feeling they had when Mauricio Pochettino was in charge and how Ange have given all of them hope of somehting special appearing this season. The signing for James Maddison looks like one of the best in a number of years and few are at the moment missing Harry Kane.

Ange makes his press conferences a thrill to watch and as fans of other football clubs are watching on as talks about Robbie Williams and Osvaldo Ardiles becomes good entertainment. He knows his words and with Greek ancestry also speaks that language fluently.

Ange is an admirer of English football and knows it all from the early 70’s and 80’s having his hero’s such as Craig Johnston and Osvaldo “Ossie” Ardiles, and having a chance to talk of his experiences and fantastic life in football.

To have a different background of football, getting a base of knowledge from different continents might be something to trigger when you are building a winning culture as Ange Postecoglou has done in masses, winning league trophies in Australia (Brisbane Roar), Japan (Yokohama F. Marinos) and Scotland (Celtic), and hopefully looks to bring that also to Spurs, and with an amazing start flying just two points behind Man City and Pep Guardiola.


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