Tony Pulis has been discussing the myriad issues facing Tottenham Hotspur right now, and insists the club is struggling to find a new manager because they cannot get things right on the football pitch.
The chaos behind the scenes has been matched by poor performances and results on the pitch.
Spurs are currently sitting in eighth place in the Premier League table, and only have an outside chance of securing qualification for next season’s Europa Conference League in the final game of the season.
Multiple managers have been linked with the vacant managerial role at Spurs, but most have distanced themselves from the post.
Now, Pulis has told Sky Sports News why the club are unable to find a new manager.
He said: “Daniel [Levy] and the Tottenham board have done a wonderful job there in terms of the infrastructure.
“The training facilities, the stadium, everything behind the scenes, everything off the pitch is first class. But they haven’t got it right on the pitch. They’ve had some fantastic managers.
“Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte at every football club they’ve been at apart from Tottenham. Something has to be sorted out on the football side of it.
“For all the credit I’d give Daniel for sorting everything out behind the scenes… he’s got to get this right now. The supporters want an entertaining team, and a winning team.
“The next appointment is a big appointment. But we’ve been saying that since Pochettino left. Big decisions at Tottenham now.”
Spurs Web Opinion
This has got to be the last chance for Levy to get it right. If the next manager doesn’t get the approval of the supporters, life will be very difficult for Levy moving forward.
Have something to tell us about this article?