Wolverhampton Wanderers supporters have been discussing Nuno Espirito Santo being sacked by Tottenham Hotspur.
The former Molineux boss was officially relieved of his duties this morning.
The news does not come as too much of a surprise, given reports had been mounting yesterday.
It was clear that he would do well to cling to the job any longer.
Ultimately, it was a 3-0 defeat to Manchester United that sealed his fate.
It was an awful display from Spurs on Saturday, which led to a fifth defeat of their Premier League campaign.
The club are already moving for Antonio Conte, who they were in talks with in the summer.
It remains to be seen if they can get him over the line this time.
Nuno lasted just 17 games in charge.
It is perhaps not all that surprising to see Daniel Levy wield the axe so soon.
It is common knowledge that Nuno was far from Spurs’ first-choice.
Wolves fans react as Nuno sacked
Some Wolves fans have been reacting to the big breaking news about Nuno this morning.
Some were showing their sympathy yesterday. Quite a few more people just can’t help but feel bad for the 47-year-old following the official news.
Some are saying he should never have accepted their proposal after a tricky time last term at Molineux, and others are urging him to now take a bit of a break:
Take no joy from seeing Nuno’s demise. Will never forget what he did for us. Questioned the wisdom of the decision to get shot of him but this season at Spurs & the upsurge with Bruno show Jeff was spot on. Let’s hope he’s spot on with our January transfer business as well #wwfc
— AndyG (@WolfWhoWanders) November 1, 2021
A very tough job to take for @Nuno but it was definitely one he could have succeeded in if he didn’t have all the ego’s and deadwood to work with. I hope he has some decent family time now and come back better than ever. Nothing but admiration for the man. 👏 #onwardsandupwards https://t.co/1ONz4iaTq0
— Simon (@Simon_wwfc) November 1, 2021
Sad for him, brought me the single best years of my @wolves life & the best team we’ve had for decades
Went the way Porto & Valencia fans said it would#spurs should never have appointed him, a bad fit from the start
— (\/)¢₩○/f 🐺 (@LeeMcWolf) November 1, 2021
So frustrated by what we had to endure at #wwfc in Nuno’s last 18 months with us, and I was one of the early ones to call for a change.
But still saddened by the fact that Nuno has gone from the greatest Wolves boss in my lifetime & building something special with us – to this.
— Paddy Day (@paddyday90) November 1, 2021
The Nuno news clearly had a degree of inevitability about it, but much like the Doherty signing, it’s as if Spurs made the appointment/signing without truly knowing what would get the best out of them.
— Musings from Molineux (@molineuxmusings) November 1, 2021
I feel bad for him yanno. Wolves made the right decision letting go of him as Lage is on a roll but Nuno made a mistake going to Spurs. Hope he finds somewhere who will appreciate him as much as wolvo did https://t.co/I3Qh5NFrcA
— Em (@em_wwfc) November 1, 2021
— Oliver Page (@Platinum_Page) November 1, 2021