Tottenham manager Ange Postecoglou is already experiencing a rollercoaster of a season in the Premier League, barely three months into his first campaign in North London.
Postecoglou joined Tottenham from Celtic in June 2023 on a four-year deal, becoming the first Australian manager in the history of the Premier League and went on to make immediate history.
The 58-year-old took the English top flight by storm, winning the Premier League Manager of the Month award in his first month – the month of August.
He secured the award by claiming identical 2-0 wins against Manchester United and Bournemouth, along with a 2-2 draw against Brentford.
In the month of September, he guided Spurs to victories against Burnley (5-2), Sheffield United (2-1), and Liverpool (2-1), as well as a 2-2 draw against Arsenal in the North London derby. This accomplishment earned him the Manager of the Month award for September.
October kicked in, and Postecoglou was not done yet. He went on to secure a third Manager of the Month Award, achieving wins against Luton Town (1-0), Fulham (2-0), and Crystal Palace (2-1).
In summary, he is the only manager in the English Premier League who has won a Manager of the Month award.
He has actually won all three awards that have been given out so far this season. And he has done that on the bounce and in his first season.
However, life comes at you really fast. As the common saying goes, the Premier League never rests. Postecoglou has gone from winning three Manager of The Month awards in a row to losing three games in a row.
The Australian has lost all three matches he has played this month, and it is confirmed that he will not win any game before November ends.
Postecoglou has lost three matches on the bounce, against Chelsea (4-1), Wolves (2-1), and Aston Villa (2-1).
We are certain that he will not win the Manager of the Month award for November. Tottenham’s next three games are away to Manchester City and at home to both West Ham and Newcastle United.