Premier League manager and fan favourite looks unrecognisable in incredible picture from throwback interview | The Sun
AN INCREDIBLE picture of a current Premier League manager being interviewed has resurfaced.
The throwback snap shows the fan favourite boss appearing on TV decades before he managed in England.
He looks completely unrecognisable from the incredible snap, which shows the manager sporting a striking moustache.
In the image, he also has dark hair, a contrast to his current grey barnet and beard.
Still not sure who it is? It is none other than Tottenham manager Ange Postecoglou.
The throwback snap shows the Aussie during his time at South Melbourne between 1995 and 2000.
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Postecoglou began his coaching career with the club, having spent the entirety of his playing days with South Melbourne.
During his five years at the helm, the club won two league titles as well as the OFC Champions League.
He has since enjoyed a nomadic managerial career, which saw him arrive in the Premier League this summer.
Since taking over at Spurs, Postecoglou has won four of his opening five league matches, drawing the other.
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His side sit second in the table after last Saturday's dramatic win over Sheffield United.
Spurs could go top this weekend, with treble winners Manchester City just two points clear in first.
However, Postecoglou faces his biggest challenge yet with the North London derby on Sunday.
Arsenal will welcome Spurs to the Emirates Stadium, fresh from their return to the Champions League on Wednesday.
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