Tottenham fans are in disbelief over manager record broken by club
Tottenham supporters are in shock over a surprising manager record.
Tottenham sacked the Portuguese coach in mid-April. Since then, Ryan Mason has been in interim charge of the club. The former Spurs player guided the club to seventh in the Premier League.
The north London club are yet to identify a manager to replace Mourinho. Spurs have been linked with numerous targets, but nothing concrete is yet to emerge as to who will take the full-time role next season.
As expected, some supporters on social media are not happy with this record as it has almost two months since the club had a full-time manager.
Here’s what some Tottenham fans had to say about it on Twitter…
Nobody credible wants the job. Spurs are being typically secretive but they're in trouble. Levy moves quickly like he did with Jose so it seems he's out of moves for now. This is really bad for everyone.— Keeping the faith 💙 (@moodyMuslim) May 31, 2021
So odd… we sacked Poch with Levy knowing we'd have Jose the next day, but now we have gone the longest time without a manager in Europe's top 5 leagues? Levy confuses me so much— yo 🇨🇦 (@n4th4n_a) May 31, 2021
It will be 365 at this rate— SanchezSZN🏴 (@THFCdylz) May 31, 2021
We always break the most embarrassing records… first club to not make a signing in the summer transfer window… etc— LEVY&ENIC OUT (@jh_uts1882) June 1, 2021
No surprise at all. Everything they do is drawn out & ends in failure. The Chairman’s position would be untenable in any other business. 20yrs in charge 13 managers & only one trophy. That’s what happens when a businessman runs a club & thinks he knows football.— John Wardell (@oldjdub) June 1, 2021
Does he win a trophy for that?— Castle Rock Brit (@CastleRockBrit) May 31, 2021
The latest name to be linked with the Spurs role is former manager Mauricio Pochettino as reported by the Athletic.
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