Ange Postecoglou: ‘I will do things my way at Tottenham to achieve success’


Greek-born, Melbourne-raised, Ange Postecoglou, recently made history as Australia’s first ever coach to manage a Premier League club, and has hopes of ending Tottenham Hotspur’s long trophy drought with some tough decisions.

Mr Postecoglou is the new manager of Tottenham Hotspur FC in London, the United Kingdom, after signing a four-year contract in June this year.

According to The Advertiser, a rebuild of the team is on the cards with Postecoglou at the helm.

“I will do things my way to achieve big success,” Postecoglou said in his first Spurs press conference in Enfield, north London, on Monday.

Ange Postecoglou at Spurs press conference in Enfield, north London, on Monday.
Ange Postecoglou at Spurs press conference in Enfield, north London, on Monday. Photo: beIN Sports.

“The more people buy into that the more we will get there quicker because when there is resistance it just slows down the whole process but what I will make clear is that it won’t change the process.”

The coach further added the process might “derail” a bit but hopes it will lead to lasting change that is promising.

The 57-year-old coach replaced Antonio Conte, who left Spurs on March 27. He was a longtime defender in 193 games for South Melbourne Hellas and played four games for the Australia national team in the late 1980s.

READ MORE: ‘Lucky to grow up in Australia but in Greece I also feel at home’: Ange Postecoglou.

Source: Adelaide Now.




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