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Postecoglou’s coaching staff

Just offer Digger the job (unemployed since he left the Crawley job) and save face by pretending it was a Brian Cox error.
 
what is defoe going to do next ? i guess his time in the academy is considered a success with a few attackers coming through?

Yes, I'd imagine he's got a more senior role (first team assistant etc.) somewhere that will be announced soon. He strikes me as someone with a good personality to be a coach. Hopefully he goes off and becomes another Kieran McKenna
 
what is defoe going to do next ? i guess his time in the academy is considered a success with a few attackers coming through?

I imagine him getting some day to day experience in a first team would be next, probably asst manager at the league club, I think thats a fair progression and then onto actual management.
 
It's not really a "big blow" to lose Chris Davies; Ange is always happy for his coaches to go on to bigger and better things. He knows that if Spurs do well, his coaching staff will be enticed elsewhere. He wants that to happen, he wants Aussie coaches to get chances at bigger and better things.
The beauty of Ange's system is that he is not wedded to his coaches, he changes them all the time and each new coach brings new ideas and freshness.

No reliance on one voice is good IMO, ideas are fresh, ideas from other leagues and fresh eyes, you can see why Ange works as a lone wolf and does it. There are clearly benefits to both but if Ange wants to work this way and it works for him I am absolutely fine with it.
 
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