Tottenham have been urged to consider more left-field options by Tony Cascarino though, with the ex-Chelsea boss suggesting Burnley manager Vincent Kompany as an option. He told The Times: “I think it’s time they were much bolder and more original in their thinking — they need to think like Arsenal. When they appointed Mikel Arteta in December 2019, Arsenal made a bold decision but it was bold because Arteta was young and lacked experience.
“It wasn’t bold in terms of talent — he was a highly regarded young coach and tipped by many to succeed Pep Guardiola at Manchester City. Well, now there’s another young, inexperienced manager who is being tipped to be a future City manager — Vincent Kompany.
“Guardiola himself said in the past week that he believes Kompany could be a future City manager so why don’t Tottenham, a club in need of enthusiasm and fresh impetus and ideas appoint the next bright young manager around instead of going for the usual names?”
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