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30 Oct 2021 21:18:33
Nuno won't be at Spurs next season. 100%.
He'll then move back home. Thanks for the memories boss.

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31 Oct 2021 00:04:31
Sad to see him getting the abuse he is getting, problem with Spurs fans is they think they are a bigger club than they actually are.

31 Oct 2021 09:56:31
I don't think he was ever anything more than a short term fix for Spurs, which is a shame in some ways. He'll most likely be gone by Christmas. It will be interesting to see who would be willing to take the job. I said when he was appointed that as soon as a so called bigger name was available and willing to sign for Spurs Nuno would be out and the new manager in within a matter of days or even hours. I think it will still happen like that.

31 Oct 2021 13:51:06
Spurs search for a new manager was a disaster. Nuno wasn’t their first choice, that’s for certain. The fact he was only given a two year contract said it all for me.

I watched the game last night and to be fair, Spurs looked woeful to watch, like Wolves last season. I can’t see how there can be any excuses from NES as he has much better players at his disposal at Spurs. Players and fans have turned on him.

He’ll always be a legend at Wolves. He gave us so many happy moments and games. Bristol City away for me with Ryan Bennett scoring in the last minute - etched into my mind. I wasn’t there but there was some WBA fans in the pub beside me slating Wolves all games and saying “the wheels am coming off, Wolves woe gew up”. We all know what happened to WBA and Wolves at the end of that season.

31 Oct 2021 15:25:17
That's why I thought he wouldn't last 12 months Rated. Nuno needs the players to buy into the project like they did at Wolves, hence our relative success.
It seems to me than some Spurs players are as delusional as their fans and think they can achieve without putting the work in.

31 Oct 2021 16:31:54
Agree, I only saw Nuno as a manager short term, but it doesn't help with some players, not looking like they want to be a spurs player, especially Harry Kane, let's face it, when he took Moira off, the fans, gave him some stick, I'd AV took Kane off
But hey ho,

31 Oct 2021 17:38:36
Nuno won't be at Spurs after next week, watching Spurs Saturday was like watching wolves last season under Nuno.

31 Oct 2021 20:46:28
His big mistake was taking the job. The fans didn't want him nor the players. Not sure Levy did either but it looked like no one else wanted it and who can blame them! His first three games without Kane they looked a half decent side. I watched the game and certain players clearly were very half hearted in their performance Kane very much so didn't seem bothered. Very poor attitude. Best thing Nuno can do is walk away. Go back to Portugal and have a good break. Let Steve Bruce have it he's available!

01 Nov 2021 09:20:30
I see it's turned out the best for us replacing nuno.
No sentiment for nuno from me as nuno said the weekend all managers are always under pressure but being a multi millionaire to me it's easy to say such a thing as nuno said.
It's the fans who are paying a lot of money to go to the stadiums and watch their team and in spurs case no shots on target at home is not acceptable for those poor spurs fans watching their team play aweful and nuno is the one with his head in the chopping block.
But he gets sacked has the comfort of never needing to work again with his millions.

01 Nov 2021 19:15:17
Longmyndwolf - another good post.
Since Levy failed to back Pochetino, thinking he could find someone who could take them to the next level on the cheap - the money paid out to Nuno and Mourinho for failing to do so has rather spoilt that idea - Spurs have been on a sharp downward spirral. This however has been masked by the goals scored and created by Kane and Son which have kept them in the top 3rd.
Without them and let's be honest Kane has checked out mentally if not physically, Spurs are merely mediocre lower mid table side.
Who would you take from their squad at Wolves.
Lloris is old and Sa looks to have a far more promising future.
Reguillon, (sp) is a quailty LWB, Hjoberg would be a squad player but no Neves and Son and Kane are top notch. Otherwise?
Fortunately for whoever takes over Spurs have a v easy run over the next few weeks but unless Kane bucks his ideas up not sure its going to be easy but that is their problem



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