Tottenham Hotspur has announced the departure of their interim manager Cristian Stellini, the decision came after an embarassing 1-6 defeat to Newcastle at St James Park. Cristian Stellini was a member of Antonio Conte’s coaching staff, he took over the responsibility as interim boss after his fellow Italian was sacked in the end of march.
In Conte’s absence Stellini managed to beat the likes of Manchester City, West Ham and Chelsea but when given the responsibilty he’s failed to replicate his accomplishments guiding Tottenham to only one win in four games. A string of dissapointing results has seen the London based club marginally drop out of the top-four race jeopardizing their chance of playing Champions League football next season. Also read:The Premier League Title Race, The Battle Between Arsenal and Manchester City is on
Following the exit of Stellini, Ryan Mason will take over the charge for the remaining six games of the Premier League, prior to this the former Spurs midfielder took over the charge as interim manager when Jose Mourinho was sacked in 2021. In his first stint Ryan Mason guided spurs to four wins out of six games.
Tottenham are placed fifith in the Premier League behind Newcastle and Manchester United. Ryan Mason’s job now will be to make the most out of the remaining fixtures and grab a european berth, but it won’t be any easier a they host Erik Ten Hag’s men on friday 12:45 AM IST at home. Also read:Manchester City and Their Triumph Of The Treble, Can They Do It?
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