The glug glug glug of the pulling of the plug plug plug gets closer for both incumbants.
For Jol it is alleged absolutely everywhere that Levy rang Jose five times yesterday.
Lee, meanwhile has the Top Man leather jacket clad Paul Jewell lurking.
Disenchanted Wanderers fans chanted "you don't know what you're doing" during last Saturday's defeat at Birmingham.
Lee proceeded to deliver a draw against UEFA eurotrash Rabotnicki.
Tottenham fans sangJermain Defoe's name so emphatically they spurred him on to bag two sensational goals. Jol proceeded to drop JD from the squad. Un-Be-Leedsin'-Levyable,
Both men fundamentally lack the killer instinct.
"Afterwards, hopefully we can have a glass of wine and share our thoughts..." says Lee about prospective post match pleasantries with Jol. Jol has consistantly been over friendly with comments on opposing players.
Harry's unapologetic. I want Jol saying that Bolton or whoever are absolutely beatable and if Sammy's sacked next week that's his look out. Bolton fans surely want the same from their coach. I'm convinced they do.
Both men need to lose the nice guy routine and start doing what they are paid to which is realise our ambition as fans.
Kill off beatable opposition and deliver the goods.
Lee has it all to do. Alladyce has cast a long shadow. And this, Lee's first go at managing.
Canny in the transfer market and quite expert in achieving remarkable results from unremarkable players, Big Sam's Hush Puppies look awfull roomy.
Jol has achieved two consecutive top five finishes for a club that hasn't played in Europe in a dog's age. A club that now wants to increase it's market worth to that of a Champions League one and with a Chairman I suggest, that views Jol as a dolt.
Both are under fierce pressure. But I suspect that the burden of expectation may be greater upon Jol simply on the basis that the charge of us Yids believing we are somehow 'due' glamour and glory - happens to be true.
Wanderers may be more down to earth but their patience too has been exhausted by miserable results.
I apologise (a little) for the headline, but both men must seek to overcome the media hoo ha that haunts them simply 'get on with it'.
Harry can prescribe nothing more than the adoption of 'common sense' and some old fashioned gear one cannot buy in the shops, fortitude.
Keep It Tottenham.