At 10am GMT on November 1, Tottenham Hotspur officially announced the departure of manager Nuno, ending a four-month partnership between the two sides.
Nuno, 47, was a decorated manager of Wolves, but he left the club this summer and chose to sign with Tottenham Hotspur until 2023.
He led Tottenham Hotspur to win the first 3 rounds of the EPL and won the EPL Coach of the Month in August. After winning the first three rounds in a row, Tottenham Hotspur immediately suffered three consecutive losses.
After being swept by Manchester United 3-0 at home last weekend, Spurs were overtaken by Arsenal and fell to 8th place in the league.
In the first 10 rounds of the season, Tottenham’s record was 5 wins and 5 losses, making Nuno the first manager in Spurs’ history to lose half of the EPL matches.
Previously, Watford manager Muñoz and Newcastle manager Bruce were sacked. Nuno became the third manager to be dismissed from the EPL this season.
On November 2, Tottenham Hotspur officially announced that former Chelsea manager Conte has become the head coach of Tottenham Hotspur, both sides signed until 2023, with a one-year extension clause.
Conte, 52, is an Italian coach who has coached Atalanta, Siena, Juve, Italian national team, Chelsea and Inter, and is good at using 3-5-2 formation.
It is known that Conte asked Tottenham Hotspur for 15 million euros a year, which is 3 million euros higher than the Inter period. He also made a request to sign 3 to 4 players in the winter window.
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