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Would Potter succeed at Spurs ? 22:25 - May 4 with 509 viewsKeithHaynes

We plucked him from obscurity. Some would say another Jenkins coup.
He’s in the running for Spurs, how would he do ?

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Would Potter succeed at Spurs ? on 23:30 - May 4 with 474 viewsReslovenSwan1

He would do great in my opinion. Fast fluid football with pace. He needs good solid defenders like he has at Brighton. His defence at Brighton has been solid which is surprising given his problems at Swansea. PL teams however rely less on set pieces which was his achillles heal.

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Would Potter succeed at Spurs ? on 07:30 - May 5 with 406 viewsDr_Winston

Suspect he suffers from a bad case of Martinezitis. The inability to maintain a solid defensive line despite playing attractive stuff. That may restrict his ultimate potential as a boss if he can't get to grips with it.

Might make him not ready for a job like Spurs but they'd probably be fun to watch.

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Would Potter succeed at Spurs ? on 07:49 - May 5 with 397 viewsThornburyswan

Potentially yes - he’s going through a growth/development phase & probably needs a bigger club/budget to see if he can step up to the next level.
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Would Potter succeed at Spurs ? on 07:52 - May 5 with 394 viewspencoedjack

Highly overrated so a no from me.
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Would Potter succeed at Spurs ? on 08:19 - May 5 with 385 viewsnantywatcher

YES.
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Would Potter succeed at Spurs ? on 08:43 - May 5 with 377 viewsRiscaJack

Yeah he would imo.

There's a reason why he gets the plaudits he does from inside the game.

PS - Take Doc's point but Brighton's defensive record is 7th in the Premier League. The killer for them is a clinical finisher, they create more chances than most.
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Would Potter succeed at Spurs ? on 08:46 - May 5 with 370 viewsjack247

Depends what they want. If they are looking for top four then probably not. If they are looking for respectable finishes with an attractive playing style, I’m sure he’d do well for them.
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Would Potter succeed at Spurs ? on 10:48 - May 5 with 323 viewsKeithHaynes

Would Potter succeed at Spurs ? on 08:46 - May 5 by jack247

Depends what they want. If they are looking for top four then probably not. If they are looking for respectable finishes with an attractive playing style, I’m sure he’d do well for them.


They are a top six elitist club by their own appointment.
They will want top four, then more.

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Would Potter succeed at Spurs ? on 11:53 - May 5 with 286 viewsDr_Winston

Would Potter succeed at Spurs ? on 08:43 - May 5 by RiscaJack

Yeah he would imo.

There's a reason why he gets the plaudits he does from inside the game.

PS - Take Doc's point but Brighton's defensive record is 7th in the Premier League. The killer for them is a clinical finisher, they create more chances than most.
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Didn't realise that. Suggests he's learning, which is always a good sign.

Definitely be interesting to see how he does with better players and a bigger budget.

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Would Potter succeed at Spurs ? on 11:55 - May 5 with 280 viewsonehunglow

Mixed views then which tends to suggest he might not be the best choice.Not for Spurs fans for sure.
He aint big enough for a massive club than them.

Attitude eh

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Would Potter succeed at Spurs ? on 11:57 - May 5 with 280 viewsReslovenSwan1

At Brighton he has some monster defenders Dunk, Webster, Burn and White. Burn 6 ft 5 plays as the fullback. Throw in Lamptey and Veltman.

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Would Potter succeed at Spurs ? on 12:05 - May 5 with 276 viewsRiscaJack

Would Potter succeed at Spurs ? on 11:53 - May 5 by Dr_Winston

Didn't realise that. Suggests he's learning, which is always a good sign.

Definitely be interesting to see how he does with better players and a bigger budget.


I was surprised aswell, I still think the Achilles Heel is the set pieces though.

Only Man City and Chelsea have conceded less "big chances" than Brighton. He was very similar here with his sides general play defending.

Not sure how reliable this stuff is, using all sorts of stats about what impact a manager has had at his club.


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Would Potter succeed at Spurs ? on 14:07 - May 5 with 232 viewsjack247

Would Potter succeed at Spurs ? on 10:48 - May 5 by KeithHaynes

They are a top six elitist club by their own appointment.
They will want top four, then more.


Then no.

If they want to stay where they are, but entertain, he’d probably be a good choice. If they want to consistently finish above at least one of the Manchester clubs, Liverpool and Chelsea, not to mention Leicester and Arsenal, they probably need to look elsewhere.
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Would Potter succeed at Spurs ? on 14:58 - May 5 with 216 viewsWhiterockin

This is worth a read.

https://www.sportinglife.com/football/news/why-101-potter-is-right-for-spurs/191
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Would Potter succeed at Spurs ? on 15:01 - May 5 with 209 viewsRiscaJack

Would Potter succeed at Spurs ? on 14:58 - May 5 by Whiterockin

This is worth a read.

https://www.sportinglife.com/football/news/why-101-potter-is-right-for-spurs/191


From seeing the bookies odds mind you, Rodgers would be a much safer bet.

Fantastic manager who has experience of players with the sort of reputation the Spurs lot have.

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Would Potter succeed at Spurs ? on 15:03 - May 5 with 202 viewsDwightYorkeSuperstar

Would Potter succeed at Spurs ? on 15:01 - May 5 by RiscaJack

From seeing the bookies odds mind you, Rodgers would be a much safer bet.

Fantastic manager who has experience of players with the sort of reputation the Spurs lot have.


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Would Potter succeed at Spurs ? on 15:04 - May 5 with 201 viewsLittleEnglandJack

If given a chance I think he'd do a very decent job there. Good enough to be in serious contention for the title and/or win a major trophy? Possibly not, but he'd have them playing good stuff and scoring plenty of goals that's for sure. A lot would depend on if the likes of Kane & Son stay or whether he had to deal with a much bigger rebuild.
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Would Potter succeed at Spurs ? on 15:05 - May 5 with 191 viewsWhiterockin

Would Potter succeed at Spurs ? on 15:01 - May 5 by RiscaJack

From seeing the bookies odds mind you, Rodgers would be a much safer bet.

Fantastic manager who has experience of players with the sort of reputation the Spurs lot have.


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