Premier League: Tottenham blows up: tough statement to sack Stellini after 6-1

AndHis 6-1 defeat by Tottenham at Newcastle had consequences. Just over 24 hours after conceding five goals in the first 21 minutes of the game, W.JTottenham decided to sack Christian Stellini, the Italian coach who took over when Conte left. It was his second. It lasted four matches with a win, a draw and two losses.

English Premier League (J32): Summary and goals of Newcastle 6-1 Tottenham

His replacement would be Ryan Mason, the man of the house. Ex-football player (retired very young on medical recommendation after a severe blow to the head in a match against Chelsea), He trained as a coach by working within Conte’s technical team.

Here is the scathing statement from Tottenham, signed by club owner Daniel Levy:

“Sunday’s performance against Newcastle was absolutely unacceptable. It was devastating to watch. We can see many reasons why this happens, and while the board, coaches, players and I must all bear collective responsibility, the responsibility ultimately lies with me.

Christian will be leaving his current position with his coaching staff. Christian entered a difficult moment in our season and I want to thank him for the professional way he and his coaching staff acted during this difficult moment. We wish him and his staff success.

Ryan Mason will take over head coaching duties effective immediately. Ryan knows the club and the players very well. We’ll update more on his coaching staff in due course.

I met the Players Committee today – the team is determined to work together to ensure the strongest possible finish to the season. It’s clear to all of us that we need to put on shows that win their incredible support.”

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