Wolves head to Arsenal on Thursday night within striking distance of the top four...
"He’s explosive, he really screams, demands, you gotta be eating well if because if you’re not, you can’t stand it."
"I envisaged a vision to bring trophies but all didn't go to plan. That's all we really live and learn."
The most conspicuous of these has already been addressed in quite dramatic fashion.
“I think Conte is a good coach, but Nuno is a very good coach."
Kane and teammates are excited by 'a return to the high energy, pressing and forward-thinking football'.
"As mad as it sounds, Poch would come back. I understand he’s as mad about Tottenham as we are as fans."
A small office, splitting the squad and a lack of personal authority. The Athletic revealed the story behind Nuno's dismissal.
Nuno Espirito Santo has paid for that performance with his job; his dullness has damned him from the start.
Nuno Espirito Santo has gone but it's not his fault that he is Nuno Espirito Santo.
Nuno has gone, Graham Potter will be linked to every job until he finally accepts one, Burnley get credit, and Palace might as well not exist.
"Do I think Antonio Conte can turn it around in 18 months? I think it’ll be difficult even for a man of his character."
Nuno was relieved of his duties on Monday morning after Spurs' 3-0 home loss to Solskjaer's side.
Antonio Conte 'seems convinced to say yes' to Spurs after Nuno sacked..
Nuno's coaching staff Ian Cathro, Rui Barbosa and Antonio Dias have also been relieved of their duties.
Paratici is confident he can persuade Conte to take over despite negotiations breaking down in the summer.
According to reports, Levy and Paratici are "holding talks" regarding the future of Santo at Spurs...
Nuno’s reign at Spurs is only 10 games old, but it already looks in a perilous state...
Nuno out, right? But then what? How does Solskjaer keep pulling rabbits out of hats? And lots more of your mails...
Manchester United needed a performance and a result. Tottenham would snatch your hand off for either.
Nuno has admitted his side "are not on the right track" following their 3-0 home loss to Man Utd.
"I think the way Nuno wants to play, doesn't suit the way Harry Kane wants to play."
Neither Nuno nor Solskjaer are good enough for this level. But the latter's hubris will benefit the former.
"You will never see me in a press conference addressing issues with players. I deal with it personally."
"They are our players, we continue to focus on getting the best out of each of our players."
"It’s a good chance for us to improve, knowing that the Carabao Cup is an important competition for us."
“No. No, no, no... We have enough creativity with our full-backs, our attackers. I don’t agree with you."
Spurs are a team going nowhere fast and the fact is West Ham have now overtaken them.
"We had good situations to be better... The Europa Conference League is like this, there are always tough moments."
"We knew we had to ignore the noise and do our job. We did not start well but did an amazing job after."