Despite a horrible experience earlier in the season, this manager is keen to return to the English top flight and demonstrate that he has what it takes to be a success.
Juande Ramos didn’t fluke his way to two UEFA Cup successes with Sevilla, nor did he get lucky when guiding Tottenham to their Carling Cup triumph last season. The Spaniard is a skilful manager and it wasn’t solely his fault that Spurs had just two points from their first eight league matches. The Times reports that he would like to return to Premier League management, although would his English communication skills have to improve first?
“I would have liked to spend more time at the club, but I understand what has happened is the unwritten law of football,” Ramos said. “I can only thank Spurs and especially the fans for the treatment I have been given in all the time I have been here. Being in the Premier League was a dream come true, a fantasy I had since I started as a manager. Given the right chance, I would love to be back.”
There are probably several clubs who would be interested in hiring Ramos. Perhaps the likes of West Ham and Blackburn might be on the look-out for a new gaffer soon. Why do you think it went so wrong for the Spaniard at Spurs? Some of the English Tottenham players have come out and said that communication appeared to be the root of the problem, what is your take?