Tottenham considering Nuno Espirito Santo replacements after difficult run of results

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Tottenham are reportedly considering replacements for Nuno Espirito Santo after three heavy Premier League defeats in a row.

Spurs were one of the fastest starters in the Premier League this term having won all three of their opening fixtures, including a victory over champions Manchester City.

However, things swiftly took a nosedive in North London, with Tottenham now having been beaten by Crystal Palace (3-0), Chelsea (3-0) and Arsenal (3-1) consecutively.

Nuno’s tactics are rather baffling and there are major question marks over his suitability to the role at Tottenham. He now finds himself under pressure.

Tottenham are reportedly considering replacing Nuno Espirito Santo

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According to The Transfer Window podcast, Tottenham are already considering who they could replace Nuno with, should Daniel Levy decide to sack him.

It took Levy several months to finally appoint a permanent manager in Nuno after dismissing Jose Mourinho. By the sound of things, the managerial hunt could restart soon.

You’d expect the former Wolverhampton Wanderers manager to be afforded a little more time to get it right, but if the results continue to be as poor as they have as of late, he’ll be in real trouble.

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  1. The first person to replace at Tottenham is the owners. Up to 1984 the manager at the club had the complete control of the team etc. so Keith Birkenshaw left, because of the interference from the board and admin of the club Then non footballing management took control, and since then very little has come to the club with trophies.
    We’ve had some real great managers, David Pleat, Harry Redknapp, Martin Jol, Pochetinno and others, but all bossed from above. Years ago not many people would recognise the chairman of the club, but not now. In that fly on the wall programme on Amazon Prime, the chairman seemed to be at the training ground as much as the players. I don’t think other clubs have so much of their directors etc. interfering with team matters. YES bring back Poch, leave Nuno at the club in assistance roll alongside Poch’s own little team. Give Poch the money to do the job as required, and the directors etc. leave the running of the football squad to the professionals, and you organise your boxing events, rugby Yankee football etc. last weekend a major boxing event at White Hart Lane must have made millions for the club, that’s money for more better players

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