Tottenham have sacked Nuno Espirito Santo as their manager after just four months in charge.
The Spurs board held a crisis meeting to evaluate their situation after the club were beaten 3-0 at home to Manchester United on Saturday.
It leaves them eighth in the Premier League after ten games and already five defeats.
Tensions boiled over at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium with fan anger directed towards Nuno following defeat to United.
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Supporters booed his decision to substitute Lucas Moura, and the full-time whistle was met with more jeers.
And although Nuno guided Spurs to the quarter-final of the Carabao Cup with a win over Burnley, fans yesterday chanted ‘you don’t know what you’re doing’ at their manager.
More disgruntled chants were aimed at the board – with calls for chairman Levy to go.
After all, it was Levy who appointed Nuno after failing to land several other candidates, including Antonio Conte and Paulo Fonseca.
The nature of the loss to United, and the angry response of the supporters in the stadium, led to the ex-Wolves boss being quizzed about his future.
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He said after the game: “I am only thinking about the next game and the next training session. There are not words that will solve the situation.
“When they [the fans] don’t see the team play the way they expect they are going to boo.
“I believe the players are better than that and it’s up to us to change the mood.”
“I think we are better than what we showed today … I believe we have the talent to do it.
“When things don’t work out the confidence is what goes away. We have to regain it by actions.”
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