Spurs underwent a change in management this summer, with former Wolverhampton Wanderers boss Nuno Espirito Santo taking over as head coach.
Will Spurs break back into the top four this season?
Discussing the Portuguese manager, Gold had a promising claim to make on the 47-year-old, who he says has shown a ‘Mauricio Pochettino vibe’.
The former Tottenham manager was linked with potentially returning to N17 this summer, but the Argentine is now set to remain as Paris Saint-Germain boss.
“This is exactly what I’ve been told by people around the club, there’s a Poch vibe to him. I wouldn’t say they’re identical, I wouldn’t say they’re startlingly similar. But what I would say is there’s a little bit of a Poch vibe,” Gold said.
“People I know around the club have said when he talks to you, he makes you feel you’re part of something, and that you are part of a bigger thing – and you are really fulfilling a crucial role, whether you are the tea lady, the kit man, the receptionist, star striker, whoever you are.
“And that is very much something that Poch did. So that’s a good thing.”
TIF Thoughts on Nuno’s task at Spurs…
The target for the 2021/22 season will be to make progress towards making Spurs a consistent top-four side once again, but with the club expected to rebuild their squad, it will not be easy.
We feel if Spurs are going to make a push for the top four this season, then it is essential they address their transfer targets as quickly as possible so they can adapt to their new environment.