Tottenham Hotspur have parted ways with former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho, with the club in seventh place in the Premier League table.
The announcement comes just six days before Tottenham Hotspur face Manchester City in the EFL Cup final, where they could win their first prize since 2008.
Nonetheless, Tottenham have won just one of their last six games in all competitions, suffering from an early exit from the Europa League and slipping five points behind West Ham United in the first four races simultaneously.
Tottenham have already lost 10 Premier League games in 2020-2021 and 9 times since the start of the year in all competitions.
News of Jose Mourinho’s departure comes less than 12 hours after Tottenham claimed to be part of a breakaway group of 12 European club teams intending to frame a questionable but lucrative new European Super League.