dste wrote:I think it's a smart move for Spurs.
He now has just under a years experience of the Premier League and a decent squad that he can build on without the kind of players at Chelsea who all ran and cried to the owner when they didn't get played.
It'll be a gamble for AVB as he's going to rebuild after the disappointing campaign with Chelsea. During his time at Stamford Bridge, I don't think some senior players got along with AVB as they became sceptical with his tactics and team selection. I assume it led to the tension where the likes of Anelka and Alex handed a transer request as they been frozen out from the line-up.
DreamcastRIP wrote:'Taxi for AVB' before Christmas, I reckon.
Who knows where he goes from there?