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Tottenham Interested in Klug
Tottenham Interested in Klug
Friday, 16th Apr 2010 07:08

TWTD understands that Tottenham are interested in adding former Blues coach Bryan Klug to their staff. Klug was axed after a lengthy spell at Portman Road earlier this season.

Sheffield United have also shown interest in the 49-year-old, who is understood to still be on gardening leave from Town with his contract due to expire in the summer.

Klug, a former youth and reserves player with the Blues, ran the Town academy from its inception in 1998 until he became Jim Magilton’s first team coach in 2006, switching to a head of football development role a year ago before taking charge of the reserves between the summer and his axing.

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bedsitfc added 07:55 - Apr 16
good coach deserves a chance, we needed a fresh approach so he had to leave us.

Suffolk_n_Good added 08:03 - Apr 16
Not surprised others are interested in him, good coach, shame we couldn't find him a role.

MyBlueHeaven added 08:34 - Apr 16
please, Kluggy, don't go to Spurs. Redknapp - and the Spurs fans - don't deserve you. Mind you, wouldn't be too happy about you joining the northern Budgies.

Wallingford_Boy added 09:19 - Apr 16
He must have a pretty nice garden now then!

Wallingford_Boy added 09:20 - Apr 16
He must have a pretty nice garden now then!

corshamblue added 11:30 - Apr 16
I do hope this is true, decent chap!

bennyblue added 12:14 - Apr 16
should make him the manager and sack roy

TractorRoyNo1 added 12:45 - Apr 16
good luck to Klug, but I had heard that Paul Hart was a shoe-in for the job.

Gary added 14:59 - Apr 16
everyone states what a great coach he is, but how come the club has been so stale and stood still in recent years and the kids coming through have been minimal. Maybe like Burley he needed to be moved on for a new challenge as he himself had become stale and was no longer productive. Interesting that our results seem to have picked up since he was moved on and McParland came in, or am I misreading all of this????

Mark added 17:06 - Apr 16
I'm not sure we can blame Klug for the failure of youth players to come through, as he has been Assistant Manager and Reserve Team manager in recent seasons rather than working specifically with young players. I am not at the club and cannot judge perhaps, but it seems a shame that we have been paying Klug's wages for months but don't even want him to come into work.

brogansnose added 07:35 - Apr 17
Can't see that Klug's football ethos will fit in at Bumhole Lane, but all the best to the bloke.

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