Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy hasn’t given the dreaded vote of confidence to Juande Ramos, but after Sunday’s disheartening loss to Stoke City, that vote might be coming very soon.
Juande Ramos admitted he was a worried man after Tottenham’s 2-1 defeat at Stoke made it the club’s worst-ever start to a league season.
The Tottenham manager accepted the responsibility started with him – and said he did not know whether he would be called in to see chairman Daniel Levy this week.
Spurs, who now have two points from eight games, had two players sent off while defender Vedran Corluka suffered a serious head injury.
Ramos said: ”I am worried about the situation but last season we won the Carling Cup and everyone was very happy.
”At this moment everyone is very sad and I am worried about it as I don’t like this situation. (ESPNSoccernet)
In all honesty, Ramos should finally feel worried about his job security. Based on his recent results (grabbing two points from the last eight matches), it’s sad to say but Ramos is sitting on the hottest seat of all in the Premier League. Another consecutive loss would probably be the final nail in the coffin for the Spanish coach. Whilst he did bring home the Carling Cup, I’m sure most Spurs supporters would agree that your past results will only get you so far.
Are Spurs supporters nervous about Ramos’ future at the club?