Postecoglou’s predecessors – of which there are many recent ones – were (generally speaking) far more fancy and flash in their horological tastes. Antonio Conte had a tussle with Thomas Tuchel wearing a luxury replica Rolex Daytona and Jose Mourinho was big into Hublot Big Bangs to name a few. That said, anyone who knows about watches will vouch for the fact that having this classic 1:1 fake IWC UK play second fiddle to a Rollie doesn’t just point to astute watch rotation, it also shows big Ange hasn’t just googled best watches for football managers and followed suit.
If he had googled such, he might have noticed Jurgen Klopp is a big perfect replica IWC fan, though he’s more of a Swiss movement fake IWC Big Pilot’s kinda guy. Postecoglou and Portuguieser may be a perfect match (phonetically as well as tonally to Spurs away colours) but given this model has been classed as a benchmark in the world of luxury watches for – wait for it – more than 90 years, him strapping one to his wrist denotes a level of horological knowledge and expertise that not only surpasses past Spurs coaches, but also reveal much about his personality. He’s far more interested in doing his homework rather than just going along with the hype – be it for his players, tactics or high quality super clone watches.
While there remains a level of consistency between the two aaa quality replica watches (same size, both automatic movements), it’s the differences (tool watch vs pilot’s watch; steel bracelet vs leather strap; white vs blue dial) that show Postecoglou has a plan B when plan A isn’t working. Which is why, however mad it might seem, we believe his top quality fake IWC game provides as good a bearing as any about how Postecoglou will fare at Spurs – regardless of what Robbie Williams sings about him.