Eric was once coached by Enze Postecoglou at Yokohama Marinos. He called Postecoglou ‘the best coach ever’.
The hottest manager in the Premier League (PL) right now. Postecoglou is in charge of Tottenham Hotspur. After winning the Domestic Treble with Celtic last season, he took the reins at Spurs ahead of this season. There was more concern than excitement. While he had plenty of managerial experience, his lack of ‘big league experience’ was a stumbling block. Few fans welcomed his arrival, as they wanted a different manager.
But now, under Postecoglou, Spurs are on a massive upswing. They are unbeaten in the league and in contention for the title. Postecoglou’s “attacking football” has worked perfectly, while stabilizing the defense, which has produced meaningful results in every game. Even against the likes of Liverpool, Manchester United, and Arsenal, the team didn’t back down and went toe-to-toe with them, much to the delight of their fans.
Postecoglou has charmed the Spurs faithful. He also earned rave reviews from his former team. Eric, who worked with Postecoglou at Yokohama in the J-League, called him “the best coach ever. According to global sports media outlet ESPN, he said, “He’s one of the best coaches I’ve ever had. He really changed me as a player and the way I think about the game.”온라인카지노
Eric didn’t find a place in his native Brazil. In 2019, he went on loan to Yokohama, where he scored 24 goals and provided nine assists and helped Yokohama win the league title in 2019. Coach Postecoglou played a big role in this. “He doubled my potential,” says Eric. Not only in my personal records, but also in the team results we achieved together. I became a champion and the team’s top scorer.”
Postecoglou’s tactics at Spurs. Eric was already used to it: “I never played a game where I didn’t have three or four chances to score a goal. We made more than 600 passes per game. When we had less than that, we were frustrated. We made a lot of progress,” he recalls.
Success at Tottenham. “Wherever he goes, I’ll be rooting for him to succeed. He’s not only a great manager, he’s a great person. He’s had great success at Celtic, so I’m sure he’ll fit in well at any club. His style of play is really good.”