Tottenham owner Daniel Levy has admitted that he regrets appointing Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte to lead Spurs. The Portuguese coach arrived in 2019, replacing Mauricio Pochettino, who led the team to the Champions League final, and the Italian in March of this year, and left in June. “The frustration of not winning and the pressure from some players and fans, that we need to win, spend money, hire a great coach, a big name, affected me,” Danny Levy met at a forum held at Tottenham’s stadium. “We went through a period where we were close to winning. With Mauricio [Pochettino] We live in good times. We weren’t there, but we were close and we had to change our strategy. “The strategy was let’s bring in a coach with the trophy,” he added.
Therefore, Tottenham signed Mourinho and then Antonio Conte, but the strategy did not achieve the desired results. “We’ve done it twice, we have to learn from our mistakes. They are good coaches, but maybe not for this club. We want to play a certain way and if that means more time without winning, then it is the right decision for us.” That’s why we brought in Angie [Postecoglou] And, from my point of view, it was the right decision.”
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