English Premier League club , Tottenham Hotspur seems to be getting impatient with the minor performance picked up by Nuno Espirito Santo. The Lilywhites reportedly intend to fire him and replace him with his ex.
Tottenham Hotspur under Nuno Espirito Santo’s concoction is in the spotlight following poor results in the last few matches.
Even though The Lilywhites had just won a landslide victory 5-1 against Mura, this result did not become a benchmark after Harry Kane Cs. stranded in 11th place with a score of 9 points from 6 matches.
Noted, Tottenham Hotspur have swallowed 3 humiliating defeats in the Premier League, including when it was rolled over by Chelsea and Arsenal. The Lilywhites defense line is also being highlighted after Hugo Lloris has conceded 9 goals.
In addition to falling in defense matters, Tottenham Hotpsur was recorded as the worst team in shoot-on-target statistics. No doubt until the fifth week The Lilywhites had only packed 4 goals.
The series of poor statistics seems to be well realized by Tottenham Hotspur officials. Rumors circulating that the Lilywhites intend to replace Nuno with Mauricio Pochettino .
Intends to Return the Former
Tottenham Hotspur, who began to feel stifled by the minor performance picked up by Nuno Espirito Santo, reportedly intends to replace him with his former Paris Saint-Germain coach, Mauricio Pochettino.
Reports from the Daily Mail claim that the Lilywhites really want to bring Pochettino back, if the coach does not take charge of PSG. Tottenham Hotsur seems to be keeping a close eye on Pochettino’s situation.
The Argentine coach’s contract still runs until 2023, but he is currently under pressure to lead PSG to the Champions League title following the arrival of Lionel Messi from Barcelona.
Meanwhile, Nuno is still quite relaxed about his future which is starting to waver. He felt that the target of criticism directed at him was normal. Currently he claims to focus on his work,
“Criticism is something we have to deal with when we become professionals. I’m ready for that,” Nuno said.
“I understand the criticism but that’s not my focus. My focus is on preparing the team, finding solutions to help the players.
“During my career I’ve had a lot of criticism, I’ve had a lot of praise and nothing has changed. I’m still the same person.”