Nuno confesses he hasn’t slept since Tottenham’s thrashing by Arsenal.
Nuno admits he hasn’t slept since Tottenham’s humiliation at the hands of Arsenal.
In just three games, Tottenham has slipped from top to third place in the Premier League.
Nuno Espirito Santo, Tottenham’s under-fire manager, has stated that he hasn’t slept since his team’s league defeat to Arsenal on Sunday. And, with his supporters becoming increasingly disillusioned with his management style, the Portuguese have a lot to consider.
Tottenham began the season with a victory over Manchester City, which was followed by wins over Wolves and Watford.
After three consecutive losses against London clubs, they are now in mid-table, with little optimism and no sense of direction.
Tottenham will face NS Mura of Slovenia in the UEFA Europa Conference League on Thursday evening, and the Spurs will be quietly confident of their chances.
Nuno, on the other hand, will be more focused on the weekend than on the game against Mura, because the Premier League is the bigger picture.
And he’s stated that morale among the squad members isn’t exactly strong right now.
“The mood is extremely horrible,” Nuno explained.
We’re down in the dumps. Disappointed. The sensation follows us home, and it keeps us up at night.
“However, it can only empower us, and we’ll see what happens tonight.”
“The lads are absolutely persuaded.” There’s no way around it. Every day, we work together. In these trying times, we must stick together. The first step is to have faith, which we have.” DON’T MISS OUT ON THIS OPPORTUNITY! Tottenham manager Daniel Levy ‘convinced’ Manchester United to set a price for Kane.
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Nuno is confident that north London’s glory days will return – after all, they were top of the league just three games ago.
For Spurs fans, the performances have been more important than the results, but Nuno remains confident.
“We don’t get heated up because we know – or at least I do – that we’re playing football.
“It’s how you handle hardship that counts. Every team experiences this at some moment.
“It’s great if you go as soon as you can. We’ve got to get out of here tonight.” On Sunday, Tottenham will face Aston Villa in a quest to get back on track in the Premier League.