The Tottenham players have been informed they should be ‘ashamed’ of themselves following Nuno Espirito Santo’s sacking.
Spurs made the choice to axe Nuno on Monday after simply 10 Premier League video games in cost, on the again of a dismal 3-0 house defeat to Manchester United.
The followers booed the crew off the pitch as frustrations boiled over after one other disappointing show on Saturday.
Spurs have been lacklustre on the pitch and talkSPORT’s Alex Crook reported on Sunday that the players didn’t get pleasure from his coaching regime and had not warmed to the Portuguese coach.
Reacting to the information, former Premier League stars Trevor Sinclair and Jamie O’Hara says the players should check out themselves.
Sinclair stated: “He’s very unfortunate. Five wins, 5 losses. 10 video games to be within the job, I feel the players should be embarrassed by what they’ve given him.
“You’ve received players who’ve are available like [Cristian] Romero, he’s received rather a lot to say to [Pablo] Fornals on the ground, however the capacity they’ve proven and need to win soccer matches for Tottenham, I’ve not seen that.
“It’s not only one man shedding his job, that’s why I hate speaking about supervisor’s shedding their jobs.
“This is a bunch of males who’ve dedicated themselves and provided that dedication to Nuno. They’ve all in all probability moved away from house and their households and all been sacked this morning.
“I think that’s absolutely disgraceful from Tottenham.”
Former Tottenham midfielder O’Hara added: “The players should be ashamed of themselves. At the top of the day, as a supervisor you’re counting on 11 different guys to go on the market and put in a efficiency for you.
“They haven’t performed that for him. They’ve not been ok. Whether you want him or not or when you didn’t like his coaching, as a participant you go on the market and also you give all the things on the soccer pitch.
“The Spurs players haven’t done that and that’s unacceptable.”
Attention will now flip to who might exchange Nuno, with the membership understood to be assured of appointing Antonio Conte.
The Italian is believed to be their prime goal, with the likes of Brighton supervisor Graham Potter and former Roma boss Paulo Fonseca additionally linked with the now-vacant job.
O’Hara added: “I’d completely love Graham Potter, however that isn’t going to occur. He runs the ship at Brighton, he runs all the things there.
“He’s received his crew the best way they need it and I’m telling you now neglect Graham Potter. It ain’t occurring.
“I feel you possibly can presumably go with Fonseca and possibly entice him once more. I do know they’d a chat earlier than.
“I would personally try and get Antonio Conte. You’ve got to get him because he’s so good.”