OFFICIAL: Nuno Espirito Santo is no longer the coach of Tottenham!

What we hinted at in the announcement of the match Tottenham – Manchester United is coming true.

Nuno Espirito Santo is no longer the coach of Tottenham, it was officially announced from the club.

The Portuguese spent only two months on the bench of Tottenham, but bad results and an even worse game cost him his job.

– I know how much Santo and his team wanted to achieve success here and I am very sorry that we had to make this decision. Nuno is a real gentleman and he will always be welcome here. We are grateful to him and his team for everything and we wish them all the best in the future – said the director of football at Tottenham, Fabio Paratici.

Nuno Espirito Santo was not the main candidate for the bench this summer, however, at Paratici’s insistence, the Portuguese accepted the job.

This time, the criticism should not be directed at the expense of the manager, but at the expense of the one who brought him. Espirito Santo is a very clearly profiled coach, with a clear philosophy, and to expect someone to change revolutionary for the sake of someone’s wishes is quite frivolous.

The Portuguese expert pays great attention to the defense, with an emphasis on preserving his goal in the first place. Creation and efficiency in the attack is something that Tottenham has had a problem with for a long time, so the offensive depends on Son and Kane.

The next two matches will be led by Ryan Mason. Tottenham play a Conference League match against Vitesse and then with Everton in the Premier League.

Also, according to unofficial information, several main players were dissatisfied. The main protagonists of Nun’s departure were Ndombele and Harry Winks, the worst player in the last few years at Tottenham.

Tangai Ndombele is no better, who very rarely plays a good game. Of course, there is also the eternal talent of Dele Ali, who still, in a very mystical way, manages to stay in the club.

We will find out soon how the situation in North London will develop, and who will be the new manager of Tottenham.

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