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I want to manage in the Premier League again, reveals former Spurs boss Jol
Published : 09 Apr 2009 15:33:16Rss feed
Former Tottenham manager Martin Jol has revealed his desire to return to the Barclays Premier League in the future. Jol, currently with Hamburg in Germany, was sacked by Spurs chairman Daniel Levy in 2007 after failing to build on two fith-placed finishes, but admits he has ambitions to return to England one day. 'I still have my house in England. So if there was a very good opportunity, maybe a club with ambitions of Europe, I would certainly think about it,' said Jol. The popular Dutchman, speaking ahead of Hamburg's UEFA Cupquarter-final first leg against Manchester City, also tipped currentWhite Hart Lane boss Harry Redknapp to be a success in north London. 'Daniel Levy wants Champions League football, that is clear,' Jol said. 'Harry knows he has a very good side but I had a very good squad as well. 'If he gets time, Spurs have got the resources and they can build a great team. But getting in the top four is very difficult.'