“I think he will want to be up there, looking to win something, and if he isn’t, then I think he will become disillusioned very quickly.”
Excitement permeated through north London when the former Italy boss was appointed as Nuno Espirito Santo’s appointment.
Having won the Premier League title and FA Cup in two seasons at Chelsea, as well as four Serie A titles with Juventus and Inter, big things were expected to be achieved at Spurs.
But since the turn of the year, Tottenham have crashed out of the League Cup semi-final – a tie which saw them lose both legs against fierce rivals Chelsea – and fallen perilously far from the top four.
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