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Tottenham Supporters’ Trust insists firing of boss Nuno Espirito Santo ‘was clearly not appropriate’

Tottenham Supporters’ Trust insists that the fired manager, Nuno Espirito Santo, ‘clearly did not fit in well’ and wants assurances about the ‘philosophy and vision’ of the club after two years of ‘obvious regression’


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Tottenham Hotspur Supporters’ Trust have claimed that Nuno Espirito Santo was “ clearly not the right fit ” for the club after his dismissal, as they asked Daniel Levy and the board to put the fans first.

Nuno was fired on Monday after just four months in charge with Tottenham’s sad loss to Manchester United on Saturday delivering the final blow.

The team’s poor performance had been a concern among the club’s hierarchy for several weeks and the latest defeat generated an alarming reaction from fans.

The former Wolves boss was fired by Tottenham after just four months in office

There have been calls from fans for Spurs president Daniel Levy to leave

There have been calls from fans for Spurs president Daniel Levy to leave

THST stated that the fired coach, Nuno Espirito Santo (left), “ clearly was not the right one ” for the club, as they ask Daniel Levy (right) and the board to reassure him about the “ philosophy ” of the club. club.

The team's dismal performance in the 3-0 loss to Man United left their future hanging by a thread

The team's dismal performance in the 3-0 loss to Man United left their future hanging by a thread

Spurs’ lousy performance in 3-0 loss to Man United dealt the final blow to manager

But, as a fan spokesperson, THST has said they don’t like Nuno’s removal and congratulated him on behaving with “integrity, good grace and courtesy” despite not being the right candidate for the club.

in a statement, the confidence of the fans said: ‘We are not pleased to see the fourteenth coach of the reign of ENIC leave the Club today.

Nuno Espirito Santo carried himself with integrity, good grace and courtesy during his short time at Spurs and, although he is clearly not the right fit for Tottenham, we wish him and his coaching staff Ian Cathro, Rui Barbosa and Antonio Dias all the best for him. future. ‘

THST’S FULL STATEMENT

“We are not pleased to see the fourteenth coach of ENIC’s reign leave the Club today.

Nuno Espirito Santo carried himself with integrity, good grace and courtesy during his short time at Spurs and, although he is clearly not the right fit for Tottenham, we wish him and his coaching staff Ian Cathro, Rui Barbosa and Antonio Dias all the best for him. future.

“What concerns us immediately now is the next step for our Club. We reiterate the questions about strategy and vision first posed to the Club Board of Directors in early October. There is growing concern among fans about the direction of travel at Tottenham Hotspur. Fans want and deserve to know what the short and long term plans are, on and off the field, how the Club Board is correcting past mistakes to avoid repetition, what key milestones are being set and how they are measuring success .

“The fans want to be sure that the club’s board of directors has a clear philosophy and vision, and the ability to implement them. Soft statements about focusing on success on the field and soccer families are not enough.

“For two years, there has been an obvious regression. The Club Board of Directors must unequivocally show that they have both heard the voices of concerned fans and are acting positively about it.

‘Now is the time for strong communication and accountability. We call on the Tottenham Hotspur Board of Directors to put the fans and football first in what is a vital moment in the history of our Club. ”

The former Wolves boss was the 14th coach of ENIC’s reign and the club is reportedly already lining up Antonio Conte as number 15.

But THST are concerned about the direction the club is headed and say fans deserve to know about short-term and long-term plans for progress at Spurs.

“An immediate concern now is where our Club is headed,” added the trust statement.

‘We reiterate the questions about strategy and vision first posed to the Club Board of Directors in early October. There is growing concern among fans about the direction of travel at Tottenham Hotspur. Fans want and deserve to know what the short and long term plans are, on and off the field, how the Club Board is correcting past mistakes to avoid repetition, what key milestones are being set and how they are measuring success .

Tottenham have returned to Antonio Conte with a new approach to becoming a coach

Tottenham have returned to Antonio Conte with a new approach to becoming a coach

Tottenham have returned to Antonio Conte with a new approach to becoming a coach

There have been protests from some Spurs fans calling for Daniel Levy and the owners to leave

There have been protests from some Spurs fans calling for Daniel Levy and the owners to leave

There have been protests from some Spurs fans calling for Daniel Levy and the owners to leave

“The fans want to be sure that the club’s board of directors has a clear philosophy and vision, and the ability to implement them. Soft statements about focusing on success on the field and soccer families are not enough.

“For two years, there has been an obvious regression. The Club Board of Directors must unequivocally show that they have both heard the voices of concerned fans and are acting positively about it.

‘Now is the time for strong communication and accountability. We call on the Tottenham Hotspur Board of Directors to put the fans and football first in what is a vital moment in the history of our Club. ”

Daniel Levy and the board’s refusal to meet with the Supporters’ Trust left fans exasperated last month, prompting them to produce an open letter that raised 13 questions.

Fans sought answers on a number of key questions ranging from the DNA of football to the use of income generated by non-football activities.

THST QUESTIONS FOR THE STEPBOARD

1. There is a general feeling of lack of direction in the Club:

What is your vision of THFC?

What are your goals and how are you measuring progress against those goals?

Where do you want the Club to be in five years, on and off the pitch?

2. Does the Board believe that we have advanced or regressed in a football context during the last two years?

3. Can you expand on Daniel Levy’s comment on restoring the Club’s DNA and provide examples of how it is being accomplished?

4. You have said that your focus has always been on achieving success on the court. Do you think that a trophy in 20 years is an acceptable result?

5. Are you aware that there is a general perception that football is not the priority at THFC? What would you say to Spurs fans who feel this way?

6. Would you reassure the fans if you could provide a clear explanation of where the proceeds from non-football related events go to the stadium?

7. Can you give us an update on stadium naming rights?

8. Could you give a clear explanation of the relationship between the different parts of the business and how resources are used in them?

9. How does the Club ensure that its property development branch does not act as a drain on resources and management focus? What is the Club’s participation in real estate developments carried out by related parties? How does the Club ensure that the disposals of assets to related parties are carried out at fair market value?

10. The fans made clear their opposition to the European Super League proposal. Can you give a guarantee that the Club will not support any attempt to revive that or any similar project?

11. Have the fines and costs incurred for the Club’s participation in ESL been paid from the personal finances of the owners or directors, or from the Club’s funds?

12. Can you explain what happened to your plans for the Club Advisory Panel and the Director of Fans on the Board, announced in April? We laid out plans for a Supervisory Board, INED, and a Fan Director in a two-tier Board structure that would integrate soccer and fans at the heart of the Club. Will you discuss those plans and seek an agreed outcome that is supported by the fans?

13. We also asked the Board to examine creating a share ownership structure that could expand Club ownership and potentially provide a cash injection. Can you update how this is progressing?

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