How is it arrogant to be annoyed that you're not the first choice/the club is talking to others about the same job. Is Rodgers arrogant? because thats exactly why he came out and said he wasn;t interested in the Liverpool job originally.
It's incredibly arrogant. This next step is a massive one for Spurs. Anything less than Champions League qualification will cause them to look ridiculous for sacking Redknapp, who only lost out of Champions League due to a technicality.
Levy has to make sure he gets the right man in. And it's not like Andre Villas Boas covered himself in glory at his last job. And now let's look at the other people in the frame:
Laurent Blanc - A man who had to rebuild a completely broken and bruised French national team. He achieved this in two years and they now sit in a Euro quarter final. Before taking the French job, he only took unfancied Bordueax to the league title and the quarter finals of the Champions League.
David Moyes - A man who has steadied the Everton ship and comfortably keeps them in the top 10 and usually has a deep cup run. All of this without spending big money. He's a man who gets the best out of what he has. He proved this when he led Everton to a fourth place finish and into the Champions League qualification.
Roberto Martinez - A man who has kept one of the worst sides in the Premier League up for about 3-4 seasons now. A man who sticks to his attractive style no matter what. A man who Liverpool also courted.
So yes, I do feel AVB is being incredibly arrogant. It would be ridiculous of Daniel Levy to just speak to one person and not look at other manager's vision and philosophy.
AVB's head is stuck so far up his ass and I only hope failure continues to follow him now. It's clear he isn't going to change his ways, so fuck him.
nothing wrong with that at all. he already mentioned he didnt want anyone sold before he came in (if he was going to be made manager.)
I'm not on about that.