Former Spurs defender Ramon Vega insists that David Moyes is good enough to manage Tottenham despite his unceremonious departure from Manchester United.
Moyes was sacked last week following a string of poor results that saw the Red Devils slip down to seventh in Premier League table.
Nevertheless, Vega believes Moye's tenure at the United isn't a fair reflection of the Scots' qualities.
In an interview with GiveMeSport, the Swiss footballer had this to say:
"If he's [David Moyes] been asked to go for Spurs, I think it's definitely something to look into – as one of the potentials, let's say."
While many have cited the squad he inherited and the looming spectre of Sir Alex Ferguson's legacy as reasons for Moyes' failings, it's wrong to absolve the 51-year-old of all blame.
In saying that, the excellent work he did at Everton during his 11-year reign at the club should not be forgotten either.
Moyes doesn't appear to be a front-runner for the Tottenham managerial post, with reports surfacing today that both Frank de Boer and Mauricio Pochettino being are sounded out by Daniel Levy as potential replacements for Tim Sherwood.
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