Crystal Palace manager Patrick Vieira has confirmed that he actusy held talks with Tottenham Hotspur owner Daniel Levy over the managerial vacancy at the club some weeks ago. Levy asked former Spurs manager José Mourinho to leave the club folliwing a run of poor results and the managerial role was vacant for a couple of days as the search for a new manager was on. There were several managers that held talks with Levy about the job but they kept being told that for one reason or another, they would not be getting the job. Former AS Roma manager Paulo Fonseca was almost assigned as the club’s new manager but due to a disparity in the recruitment structure at the club, the Italian would not get the job in the end.
Before the end of last season, former Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Nuno Espirito Santo announced that he would be stepping down from his role as the manager of the club after a number of years at the helm. Santo was a cult hero at Wolves and is famed for the continuous signing of Portuguese players who he transformed into decent players during his time at the club. Santo was also known for his direct way of attacking regardless of whether his team is in front or behind. Continue reading VIEIRA CONFIRMS THAT HE HELD TALKS FOR TOTTENHAM JOB