Nuno claims his players have complete faith in him despite reports
Nuno claims his Tottenham players totally believe him.
Tottenham fans have had a rollercoaster start to the Premier League season.
The Lilywhites won their first three games of the season yet since then things have quickly gone downhill.
Nuno’s Tottenham have now conceded nine goals in their last three games, leading to plenty of rumours around the manager’s future.
Reports have even surfaced that some of the players at Tottenham are doubting Nuno (Daily Mail).
It’s common knowledge that he wasn’t the clubs first choice manager in the summer.
However, speaking ahead of his side’s Europa Conference League clash with NS Mura tomorrow, Nuno seemed unfazed.
The former Wolves man claimed in his press conference that the players had total belief in him (Football.London).
That may be hard to believe for many, but Nuno seemed convinced.
Nuno claims his Tottenham players totally believe him
If it is true that the players are buying into his methods then they’ll have to pay off sooner rather than later.
The form of the Lilywhites has to shift.
Nuno will know that he’s on borrowed time if these negative results continue to tot up.
That’s why this game tomorrow is so crucial.
A chance to get some goals under their belt, a clean sheet and a win cannot be passed up.
This game also gives Nuno a chance to show to everyone watching on that his players do have faith in him.
Even if the Lilywhites have to change the way they play and use a three at the back system, Nuno needs to make his mark on this side.
Nothing but a win will do, but if his players truly believe in him and his methods then a win should follow against inferior opposition.
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