Nuno Espirito Santo was never the right appointment for Tottenham, says Jamie Carragher
Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher has explained why Tottenham’s decision to sack Nuno Espirito Santo was long overdue.
The former Wolves manager left Spurs eighth in the Premier League, 10 points adrift of leaders Chelsea, after an ill-fated tenure where his managerial style never married with Tottenham’s attacking sense.
“I can understand [why Spurs acted so soon],” Carragher told Monday Night Football. “I can never justify a manager losing his job after 10 Premier League games, it doesn’t feel right, but I don’t think Nuno at Spurs ever felt right either.
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“I don’t feel this is a bad sacking, I think it was a bad appointment initially. Nuno’s style of football was at odds not only with the ‘Tottenham way’ but also the ‘top-club way’.Information Guide Nigeria
“I also think Nuno’s demeanour played a part. He’s very reserved, doesn’t give much away, and in this day and age that plays a big part in what the supporters feel towards a manager, they hang off every word and analyse and dissect what a manager says”.JAMB Result
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