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Peter Crouch has branded Tottenham's struggles to find a new manager as an 'embarasment'.
Spurs' attempts to hire Feyenoord manager Arne Slot fell through, despite reports suggesting that he had 'agreed to join the club', but earlier this week signed a new deal at Feyenoord after he reportedly snubbed the club.
Former Tottenham defender Roman Vega also criticised the club this week, while suggesting that the word in the technical football world was that top managers were 'staying away from the vacancy' as plans to appoint Julian Nagelsmann also fell through, to much disappointment to the Spurs faithful.
And former striker, Crouch, has had his say on their recruitment difficulties, expressing his bewilderment over why such a big club like Tottenham have not been able to attract a new manager.
Former Tottenham striker Peter Crouch has claimed Spurs' struggles to sign a new manager have been an 'embarrassment'
He backed Roberto De Zerbi to become the new permanent head coach at the London side
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