Jamie O’Hara has insisted that the Tottenham hierarchy have a lot to answer for after another big-name manager failed to achieve any sort of success at the club.
The writing seemed to be on the wall for Conte after his tirade against the Spurs squad last Saturday and the North London club eventually confirmed this week that they had parted ways with the Italian.
The club announced that Cristian Stellini will take charge as interim head coach until the end of the season, with Ryan Mason as his assistant.
The Tottenham Hotspur Supporters’ Trust wrote to Daniel Levy and the Spurs hierarchy this week, asking them to explain the strategy moving forward.
The Trust pointed out that the Spurs chairman had not followed through on the promise he made to return to the Tottenham DNA back in 2021, and insisted that fans deserve some clarity regarding the direction moving forward.
O’Hara also believes that the board has a lot to answer for after Conte’s sacking, with the former Spurs midfielder naming Mauricio Pochettino and Julian Nagelsmann as his preferred replacements.
Poch or Nagelsmann,Poch great with youngsters Nagelsmann is top manager,writing was on the wall when you come out and slaughter the whole club, he had to go after that, questions marks need to be raised though, too many big managers come to spurs and it doesn’t work,why?? #Spurs
— Jamie Ohara (@Mrjamieohara1) March 26, 2023
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The Tottenham hierarchy certainly deserves their fair share of criticism for some of the wrong decisions we have made over the years.
However, when one assesses the current situation dispassionately, one can only come to the conclusion that Conte is to blame for the project falling apart.
Almost the entirety of the fan base was in favour of Conte being appointed when Levy made the decision and the Italian was certainly backed over his three transfer windows at the club.
The 53-year-old has had a tough few months owing to events in his personal life, which might be one of the reasons why things went south for him.
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