Date: 7th May 2021 at 12:00pm
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Tottenham Hotspur fans on Twitter have been responding to the latest update regarding a potential new manager at the north London club. 

This comes after Spurs Twitter account @THFCReports shared a post on their page relaying news originally published by Lilywhites journalist Alasdair Gold.

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Gold claimed that a number of the Spurs players had a lasting impression left on them by the style of Brighton & Hove ’s play and would be happy if Graham Potter was pursued to become the club’s next manager.

This post then gathered a lot of replies from Tottenham supporters who were not shy in sharing their reactions to this claim.

So, what did these Spurs fans have to say in response to Gold’s comments about Potter?

“Players telling the club who to hire after getting the last 2 managers sacked by downing tools. Shows exactly what’s wrong at the club. Too many there too long.”

@Bombsie21

“Omdddddd”

@THFCmitch

“WOW”

@onakasuitanSS47

“how we go from to graham potter”

@bois_

“ambition personified”

@olliebhag

“ewwwwww”

@TheOnlyKailahh

Spurs sacked their previous permanent manager Jose Mourinho last month after 17 months in charge of the north London club with Ryan Mason currently acting as their interim coach until the end of the season.

Since Mourinho’s departure, many managers have been linked with the job at Tottenham, including Potter.

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Looking at the replies to this post, it seems that these Spurs fans would not be too keen to see the Brighton boss take the reins at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, despite some of their players apparently having a lasting impression on Potter’s style of play being implemented at Brighton, according to Gold.

Given how Potter has had to spend the majority of the season with Brighton so far around the lower half of the table and the relegation zone, it’s easy to see why these Spurs fans have been sticking their noses up at the idea of Potter being their new permanent manager.

In other news: ‘From what I understand’ – Alasdair Gold drops big update on boss in Spurs managerial hunt