Joining Tottenham Hotspurs from Wolverhampton Wanderers after the end of the 2020/2021 season, Nuno Espirito Santo signed a two-years deal with Tottenham Hotspurs after the latter sacked Jose Mourinho.
The start of the league suggested something different after Nuno and Tottenham were able to maintain Harry Kane who was keen on joining Manchester City in the die minutes of the transfer season.
His first three games for Tottenham in the English Premier league saw the Portuguese and his team claim first spot on the league log with nine(9) points.
The teams started to lose concentration as they lost matches that fans and the board saw fit for the team to win with the squad at the managers disposal.
After losing to Manchester United in the English Premier league at the Tottenham Stadium, it was done deal for the gaffer as the Spurs board took no time to access than to terminate Nuno’s contract with immediate effect.
After Ole Gunna Solskjaer saw fans walking out of the stadium while loosing to a brutal Liverpool Fc team at the Old Trafford Stadium, Nuno Espirito Santo saw fan booing at his as he substituted Lucas Mora and also furious fans trolling out of the stadium with more than twenty(20) minutes to go.
Daniel Philip Levy, the British businessman and owner of Tottenham Hotspurs took no chill as he sacked Nuno from his post with Antonio Conte as their next target manager.
After the official dismissal, the club posted on their website and social media handles stating,
“The Club can today announce that Nuno Espírito Santo and his coaching staff Ian Cathro, Rui Barbosa and Antonio Dias have been relieved of their duties.
Fabio Paratici, Managing Director, Football, said: “I know how much Nuno and his coaching staff wanted to succeed and I regret that we have had to take this decision.
“Nuno is a true gentleman and will always be welcome here. We should like to thank him and his coaching staff and wish them well for the future.”
A further coaching update will follow in due course.”
Best of luck to Nuno Espirito Santo in his coaching career in the years ahead.