Pay per Head: Hoodle would manage Tottenham again

Glenn HoddleGlenn Hoddle confirmed that he would relish the opportunity to manage the Spurs again, and pay per head services would certainly not mind seeing him take charge of the club for a second time.

Pay per head services remember when the former England manager was in charge at White Hart Lane between March 2001 and September 2003.

Tottenham are looking for a new full-time coach after Andre Villas-Boas’ exit, with Tim Sherwood temporarily in charge.
And price per head services found out that Hoddle is keen to return to a club where he spent much of his playing career.

He told Sky Sports: “Tottenham Hotspur Football Club – I supported them when I was eight years of age. I went there at 12, I left at 28, went back and managed. It’s in my blood; it’s in my bones.

“If I was offered the job, yes I would want to go back.”

The 56-year-old who is very famous with pay per head services would be happy to be in charge on a short-term basis if the Tottenham board approaches him, but he stressed that no discussions have taken place yet.

“It’s whatever is right for the football club and if they felt that they wanted me to go until the end of the season – and they wanted something else long-term, I would be prepared to do that, because I love the club,” he added.

“They have not offered me the job, so it’s all speculation.”

Pay per head services saw that Hoddle was eager to highlight Tottenham’s progress since he last managed the club more than a decade ago.

“I think it’s a different club completely. I had a squad that was ageing at the time. We were bringing free transfers in,” he added.

“This isn’t the same scenario, the club at the moment. It’s a completely different scenario to that. I think there’s a way forward.

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“(There is) a new stadium to be built, (and) they’ve got a squad that looks as if they have got some real talent in there. So it’s completely different.”