Five bosses who could replace Poch at Spurs, including Howe and Redknapp

first_imgTOTTENHAM could be plunged into disarray if Mauricio Pochettino leaves.SunSport exclusively reported that fears are growing inside Spurs that Poch is preparing to quit after five years at White Hart Lane.7 Mauricio Pochettino could walk away from TottenhamCredit: ReutersPochettino established Tottenham’s stylish football, but the draw at Olympiacos, defeat at Leicester and the shootout loss at lowly Colchester United has piled the pressure on.However, it is understood that Spurs supremo Daniel Levy is still backing the Argentine – but the 47-year-old gaffer himself might choose to walk away.Levy handed Poch a new £8.5million-a-year contract at the start of last season.Here, SunSport looks at five potential replacements for the under-fire Spurs gaffer.Max AllegriAllegri, who is taking a year out after leaving Juventus last summer, is weighing up his next challenge.The ex-Juve coach, 52, won five Serie A titles in Turin but was beaten twice in the Champions League final.He is taking a break from the sport but would put himself in the running for the job if Pochettino quits the new White Hart Lane stadium.7 Max Allegri is available after leaving Juventus at the end of last seasonCredit: GettyHarry RedknappAfter Tottenham’s embarrassing Carabao Cup exit to Colchester, some Spurs fans even called for the King of the Jungle to return to the club.’Arry has not managed since being sacked by Birmingham in 2017. He then admitted it could be his last job in the game.But as from his stint on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! Redknapp, 72, clearly loves a challenge and might want another crack at the club he managed between 2008 and 2012.7 Tottenham fans even called for a return to the club for Harry RedknappCredit: PA:Empics SportEddie HoweWhenever a job comes up inevitably Howe’s name gets mentioned.When Arsene Wenger was sacked at Arsenal, Howe, 41, was reportedly in the mix. He was even linked with the England manager’s job after Roy Hodgson left after Euro 2016.Bournemouth’s aim used to be “to survive” in England’s top flight – but Howe has got the club looking every inch Premier League certainties.7 Whenever a big job comes up invariably Eddie Howe gets linked to itCredit: AFPBrendan RodgersRodgers is already winning new fans as he has put Leicester back to the top-end of the Premier League.He was appointed in February to replace Claude Puel, and is slowly building his own team and tactics at the King Power.But Rodgers, 46, may prefer to stay with the ‘project’ he has started at Leicester – and the way they have started this season the top four could well be achievable.7 Brendan Rodgers is already doing decent things at LeicesterCredit: PA:Press AssociationLatest Tottenham NewsHARRY ALL FOUR ITKane admits Spurs must win EIGHT games to rise into Champions League spotGossipALL GONE PETE TONGVertonghen wanted by host of Italian clubs as long Spurs spell nears endBELOW PARRSpurs suffer blow with Parrott to miss Prem restart after appendix operationPicturedSHIRT STORMNew Spurs 2020/21 home top leaked but angry fans slam silver design as ‘awful”STEP BY STEP’Jose fears for players’ welfare during restart as stars begin ‘pre-season’KAN’T HAVE THATVictor Osimhen keen on Spurs move but only if they sell Kane this summer7Julian NagelsmannHe might have only just taken over at RB Leipzig, but Nagelsmann has won an army of fans for his tactical brilliance.At just 32 years old, there might still be some educating to do at a level lower than Champions League hopefuls Spurs.He got Hoffenheim into the Champions League for the first time in their history and this summer left to take over at RB Leipzig with the aim being to challenge Bayern’s dominance of the Bundelisga.7 Rookie boss Julian Nagelsmann is touted as the next big in German footballCredit: Gettylast_img read more

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first_img [WATCH] 115-Year-Old Woman is ‘World’s Oldest Person’This Black Female Venture Capital Founder is Cl…Single-black-woman be_ixf; php_sdk; php_sdk_1.4.18 Landit, a market leader in personalized career management, recently announced that it closed $13 million in an oversubscribed Series A funding round led by WeWork and backed by investors including NEA, Valo Ventures, Workday Ventures, Gingerbread Capital, and current venture and seed funders.The goal of the Landit platform is to enable women and diverse groups to succeed in the workplace. Each member receives a tailored playbook that provides the tools, resources, know-how, and human connections they need to advance and navigate their career. Key features include building a personal brand, executive coaching, creating a personal board of advisors, curated skill development, and mapping to career opportunities.“The future of work is focusing on unlocking the potential of each individual by investing in their personal success,” said Lisa Skeete Tatum, Landit’s founder and CEO. “We partner with companies around the globe to offer a turnkey solution at scale that enables organizations to better democratize access and success with a clear and measurable ROI. When you have what you need when you need it, in a way that is relevant and actionable, that’s how you land it. Our members are more engaged, and as a result, companies see the increase in retention and mobility.”In addition to the raise, the company will also be expanding its team. Veresh Sita, WeWork’s Global Head of Strategic Consulting, will join Landit’s Board of Directors. Sita currently oversees advisory services for Powered by We, WeWork’s full-service strategy, space, and technology offering for enterprises. Last fall, WeWork partnered with Landit to launch the platform with their women employees in New York, San Francisco, and London.“At WeWork, we see leaders across industries increasingly faced with the challenge of attracting, supporting, and retaining top talent in today’s ever-changing workforce,” said Sita. “Through its innovative platform that empowers diverse communities to succeed in their careers and the workplace, Landit plays a key role in helping enterprises meet this challenge head-on. I am thrilled to join Landit’s board and to support them in their growth.”Landit customers currently include Fortune 1000, high growth companies and leading nonprofits. The platform to transform how they address the massive challenge of human capital development and true inclusion.“One of the most common refrains I hear from CEOs is that they are challenged to attract, retain, and develop their diverse talent,” said Sheila Lirio Marcelo, co-founder of Landit and founder, chairwoman and CEO of “Seamlessly blending technology with human connections, Landit is our response to that challenge. The overwhelming response thus far validates this is the kind of solution needed to invest in the workforce of today and the leaders of tomorrow.”last_img read more