‘Postecoglou’ emerges as London’s best coach

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Tottenham Hotspur manager Ange Postecoglou beat Arsenal’s Miguel Arteta to the winner of the Manager of the Year award. From the London Football Association,

Postecoglou just left Celtic to take control of the “Golden Spurs” for the first half of the season. and was chosen based on his performance in sticking to the top four areas. With an attacking style of football, even though they just lost Harry Kane, the club’s striker,

Arteta, last year’s award winner, still leads Arsenal on the path to intensely competing for the championship for the second season. But this year’s final winner was Postecoglou.

Other contenders included West Ham United’s David Moyes, Chelsea Women’s head coach Emma Hayes and Richie Wellens from Leyton Orient of League One

: “I was quite surprised. Of course, winning an award is an honor. But the truth is I haven’t made the impact I wanted to have,” the Australian coach said. In an interview after receiving the award on Thursday,

“Anyway, it’s great. When people see what we can do as a football team, I think our playing style Has created happiness for football fans And we can still do more. “

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Tottenham also received another award, with Guillermo Vicario being the best goalkeeper. Beating out goalkeepers Bernd Leno (Fulham) and Alphonse Areola (West Ham)

for Player of the Year, Arsenal’s Declan Rice was chosen over Will. Liam Saliba, teammates including Vicario and Pedro Porro (Tottenham) and Jarrod Bowen (West Ham),

Cole Palmer, Chelsea attacker Won the best rising star award There are candidates such as Pape Matar Sarr and Destiny Udoghi, two duo from Tottenham