Tottenham Hotspur correspondent Alasdair Gold has been speaking on the latest edition of The Fighting Cock podcast to discuss all things related to the north London club.
Have you been impressed with Nuno so far?
Espirito Santo has built a reputation of not being particularly keen on dealing with the press during his time managing Wolverhampton Wanderers.
However, discussing the 47-year-old’s start to life at Spurs, Gold had the following to say on how the Portuguese man has been with the media since arriving at the club.
“I’ve got to be honest, I expected the absolute worst as well. I know a fair few reporters from the Wolves area, and they were saying you’re going to have a ‘mare, he won’t answer many of your questions, he could even get angry, storm out of press conferences. He sees it as this unnecessary distraction from his job.
“But to be fair, I think – and this is the impression I’ve got – I think people behind the scenes at Spurs have sat him down and said look, with no disrespect to Wolves, this is another step up now.
“So I think he had to come into the job and maybe [put on] a bit of a charm offensive, you know, and just be an open honest guy. And that’s exactly what I’ve found.”
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With three consecutive London derbies coming up for Spurs in the league after the international break, we could learn a lot more about Espirito Santo’s side by the end of the month.