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An Enfield Independent poll suggests only six per cent of Tottenham Hotspur fans want Fabio Capello to be manager
11:29am Tuesday 17th December 2013 in Sport
Only six per cent of Spurs fans want Fabio Capello to be appointed as the club's next permanent manager, according to an Enfield Independent poll.
Capello was installed as the early favourite for the top job at White Hart Lane, having previously worked with Spurs technical director Franco Baldini.
However, the Italian's defensive style of football, his lack of fluent English and perhaps his lack of recent success seem to have put off Tottenham supporters.
There was no unanimous favourite in the poll with Michael Laudrup, Glenn Hoddle and Guus Hiddink the most popular among voters.
Laudrup came out narrowly ahead with 28 per cent of the vote while Hoddle and Hiddink took 24 per cent and 23 per cent respectively.
There were also some voters calling for another option from the four listed with 18 per cent voting 'Other'.
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