Date: 3rd May 2021 at 12:20pm
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Tottenham Hotspur fans on Twitter have been responding to the latest news concerning the North London club and their search for a new permanent to replace former Lilywhites boss Jose Mourinho. 

This comes after news Twitter account @TheSpursWeb shared a post on their page relaying news originally published in an article by the Evening Standard.

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The article claims that the North London club are in no rush to appoint a permanent successor to Mourinho and that they are understood to be drawing up a list of candidates before identifying, and then approaching a favoured choice.

This post then gathered a lot of replies from Spurs fans who were not shy in sharing their thoughts on this latest update.

So, what did these Tottenham fans have to say in response to this news about the club’ search for a new manager?

Cuz they haven’t a clue of their own shortlist! Utterly ridiculous way to manage a club! I won’t be renewing my season ticket until there’s more clarity on our future & transfer targets! #COYS #THFC


Of course they’re in no hurry. If Levy can leave it another month, the late appointment can then be his excuse for why we don’t buy anyone. #ENICOut


“Nobody wants to come laughable!”


“Shambles. Complete and utter shambles”


Why wasn’t the candidates drawn up before sacking Jose? Inadequate planning, inadequate board. #ENICOUT!”


“So it’s clear there wasn’t a plan. It was a media tactic by Levy to draw the attention out of the Super League and try to get the fans back on his side. He just doesn’t care about football, this guy will destroy everything we’ve built.”


Since Mourinho was sacked after 17 months in charge of the north London club, former Spurs player has taken charge of their matches and will do until the end of the season.

Looking at the replies to this post, it seems that these Spurs fans aren’t happy with the club’s reported plan to find a permanent replacement for Mourinho, with and ENIC having the finger of blame pointed at them.

Do you think Daniel Levy had a replacement in mind when Mourinho was sacked?





Given how there have been protests at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in recent weeks against the current ownership and the way they have run the club over the years, it’s easy to see why these Spurs fans aren’t happy with them.

Moving forward, if the club can appoint a new permanent manager as soon as they can after the current season ends, this could not only get these supporters back on their side but also give the new manager the opportunity to prepare with the squad before the next season starts.

In other news: ‘Say no’, ‘Hope not’, ‘Won’t be a good idea’ – Many THFC fans slam latest manager report