Tottenham Hotspurs has parted ways with Mauricio Pochettino after five years in charge as the club’s manager.
Speaking after the news, Tottenham chairman Daniel levy ruled out any quick succession plans to replace Pochettino.
Rumors started flying out that former Chelsea and Manchester United coach Jose Mourinho is already closing in for the job.
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Following the once most decorated coach in EPL was his assistant Jesus Perez, Miguel D’Augostino and Antoni Jimenez.
The decision by Spurs management to part ways with the 47-year old follows a series of poor results posted by the club that has left them in the 14th position.
Last season Champions League finalist blame the Argentine for his fall as he is said to have had a bad relationship with some players weeks to his departure.
Things became worse when he failed to speak to members of the team and would not let anyone question his tactics.
Old players at the club grew more frustrated with Mauricio who was using a bad tone when addressing them.
The behavior is said to have continued on and off the pitch but it was a different tone when addressing the media.