Arsène Wenger has outlasted 11 Tottenham managers since he arrived at Arsenal but he believes Juande Ramos may have more staying power than some of his predecessors.
Since his appointment in September 1996 the Frenchman has seen the following come and go from White Hart Lane hotseat: Clive Allen, Martin Jol, Jacques Santini, David Pleat, Glenn Hoddle, David Pleat, George Graham, David Pleat, Chris Hughton, Christian Gross, Gerry Francis.
Some were permanent, some were only caretakers but Wenger believes the newly-appointed Spaniard is here for the long-term.        
"Ramos has the experience and the club look like they have plenty of resources," he said at Friday's press conference. "He has, at least, the possibility to do it.
"Don't forget they already had a very good team because, in the last two years, they finished fifth in the League. Martin Jol paid the price for having a bad start. But of course Ramos has the pedigree as a coach to do a good job there."

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21 Dec 2007