Daniel Levy appointed Ange Postecoglou as Tottenham boss because 'he plays attacking football'
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has revealed that he appointed Ange Postecoglou as the club's new manager due to his attacking style of play and his understanding of the importance of the academy.
Following a tumultuous campaign in which Tottenham finished eighth and had three different men in the dugout, Levy has turned to Postecoglou in an attempt to improve the club's fortunes.
Postecoglou, who has signed a four-year deal, received much praise for the work he did at Celtic, which included winning the domestic treble this season as well as the Scottish Premiership and the League Cup in the previous campaign.
Levy has been impressed by Postecoglou's attacking style of play, which should prove popular with Tottenham supporters.
In addition, Levy believes that Postecoglou will give first-team opportunities to Tottenham's youngsters.