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Tottenham Hotspur: Many fans fume as Nuno reportedly faces the sack

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A whole host of Tottenham Hotspur are angry on Twitter with the news that Nuno Espirito Santo is fighting to save his job.

Despite what appeared to be a rather successful transfer window for Spurs notably bringing in Cristian Romero and Emerson Royal, but the former has only started one Premier League game and neither has been able to help halt Spurs’ dreadful recent run of form.

Should Nuno be sacked?





They have failed to win any of their previous five matches in normal time and have conceded three goals in their last three league matches, which has led to reports from The Sun claiming that Nuno is now fighting to save his job that he was handed only in July.

A lot of Spurs are fuming on Twitter over this Nuno claim.

What have these Tottenham Hotspur had to say?

“How Levy can go 60-odd days looking for a manager only to sack him after 6 league games and still keep a job is beyond a joke. Disgraceful joke of a chairman and owner.”


“Who else we gonna get tho. Levy can’t sack without a replacement. If Mason is manager I’m not going”


“What an utterly ridiculous appointment from Levy and Paratici in the first place”


“No point unless there is a guaranteed replacement.”


“Pointless to sack him now no main target will leave their club”


“Ok and then what???”


Tottenham are now onto their fourth manager since 2019 and none of them has been able to provide silverware. Meanwhile, has overseen the club slowly sliding down the league, with Spurs only competing in the newly formed Europa Conference League this season after a run qualifying for the Champions League prior to Mauricio Pochettino’s dismissal in 2019.

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Considering Nuno won last month’s Manager of the Month award, it would be a sensational turn of events for him to be sacked just a matter of weeks later, but it’s safe to say that results have not been good enough for a side that want to be challenging for Europe.

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  • Tony Borg says:

    Go back, get Conte and give him time. The most important thing is to Back him, don’t expect to win anything on a budget, it doesn’t happen. If you’re not prepared to do that, then sell to someone who will. I’m not even sure that would save Levy and Lewis, it’s got that bad all I want now is, those two out of our club.

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