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Nuno Espirito Santo: see his poor numbers that got him sacked

Tottenham have sacked manager Nuno Espírito Santo after a 3-0 home loss to Manchester United. See his poor numbers that got him fired.  

Nuno Espirito Santo
Nuno Espirito Santo

Former Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo was appointed by Tottenham at the beginning of the season to replace Ryan Mason who served as interim after José Mourinho was sacked in March, making it three managers in about seven months.

Nuno began his reign with three straight 1-0 wins against Manchester City, Watford and Nuno's former side Wolves, he won the manager of the month for August but three straight London derby losses to Crystal Palace, Chelsea and Arsenal began his journey to the end.

He was in charge of 17 games in 124 days. He won nine games, drew one and lost seven games across the Premier League, UEFA Europa Conference League and Carabao Cup.

His Premier League record is five wins and five losses each from 10 games, he left Tottenham in eight position with 15 points and a goal difference of -7. Antonio Conte is being tipped to replace him.

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