Gabby Agbonlahor has laughed off the suggestion that Tottenham Hotspur should look to appoint Jamie O’Hara after Arne Slot decides to stay at Feyenoord.
There is never a quiet day at Spurs and that has proven to be the case on Thursday morning because Arne Slot has seemingly turned down the club – he sent a clear message to Feyenoord fans about his future.
With the Dutch-winning manager’s name out of the window, a talkSPORT caller put forward, none other than, Jamie O’Hara’s name as someone to come in, but Agbonlahor was having none of it, as he told talkSPORT Breakfast (25/05/23 at 9:00 am).
During O’Hara’s time as a pundit, he has been very outspoken on the goings-on in north London and how the club is in a mess, from top to bottom.
Following Tottenham’s 3-1 defeat to Brentford over the weekend, he called out Daniel Levy and urged him to step back from the footballing side of things.
Nonetheless, following the Arne Slot news, a Spurs supporter put O’Hara’s name forward and his fellow pundit and former Aston Villa striker, Agbonlahor, reacted.
A Spurs supporter asks ‘why Jamie O’Hara hasn’t thrown his name into the hat given the passion he shows for Spurs’, to which Agbonlahor responded and laughed: “Did you not see what happened at Billericay?
“They sacked him quicker than they got could rid of anybody else in their existence.
“So you want Jamie O’Hara to be your manager? Ohh, okay (on O’Hara being possible number two). He nearly got them relegated, Billericay. That’s one of Jamie’s mates (on who the caller might be), isn’t it?!
ANOTHER SUMMER OF FRUSTRATION FOR TOTTENHAM FANS?
From Julian Nagelsmann to now Slot, the transfer window isn’t open yet and the Spurs fans are already frustrated out of their minds.
It’s obvious what is coming. This will continue to drag on until beyond next month, Levy will hit the panic button and he will end up bringing in an out-of-work boss.
A certain Brendan Rodgers, who was recently sacked by Leicester City, comes to mind and it wouldn’t be a surprise if he is handed the gig in the middle of July.