Man City manager Pep Pep begs Postecoglu: “Let me score just one goal away from Tottenham”
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola praised new Tottenham manager Anje Postecoglu.
Coach Guardiola received questions about coach Postecoglu at a pre-press conference for the 2022-23 season European Football Federation (UEFA) Champions League (UCL) final held on the 7th (Korean time). Guardiola welcomed him as “another great manager has arrived in England”.
“Fortunately, I met Postecoglu a few years ago in Tokyo, Japan. At the time, there was a city football group meeting, and Postecoglu coach was Yokohama F. Marinos coach. The two of us met and had a fun conversation. We are still good,” he said, bringing out old memories.
Guardiola predicted that Postecoglu would lead Tottenham well. “Postecoglu has done a fantastic job at Celtic,” he said. Of course, he will do well at Tottenham,” and joked, “I wish Man City would let me score at least one goal in Tottenham away.”
Tottenham said on the 6th, “We appointed coach Postecoglu as the new command tower. The term of his contract is 4 years,” it was officially announced. As a result, Tottenham’s new manager, who has attracted attention in recent months, has been decided to be Postecoglu.
Daniel Levy, chairman of Tottenham Hotspur, said, “Director Postecoglu is a positive manager,” and said, “I prefer a fast and aggressive football style.” He also said, “I know the importance of the youth academy, developing players in the right way. We are delighted to have Postecoglu join us as we prepare for the new season.”토토사이트
Postecoglu is the manager who lifted three trophies at Celtic this season. He won the League, League Cup and FA Cup with Scotland. Oh Hyun-gyu, who moved to Celtic from K-League Suwon Samsung last winter, also contributed to winning these three tournaments.
Before Celtic, Postecoglu coached Yokohama F. Marinos (Japan), Australia National Team, Melbourne Victory (Australia), Brisbane Roar (Australia), Whittlesey Zebras (Australia), Panakaiki (Greece), Australia U-20. He has been in charge of the national team and Australia U-17 national team. Now is the time to unleash his leadership in the European big leagues.