Juande you're in a job, next day you're not
The Juande Ramos era at Tottenham is over. Ramos was sacked late last night as well as sporting director Damien Comolli and first team coaches Gus Poyet and Marcos Alvarez.
Tottenham have made a woeful start to the season and despite a promising beginning to his reign with the Carling Cup victory last year, the league form since has simply not been good enough.
In the summer star strikers Dimitar Berbatov and Robbie Keane were sold to Man Utd and Liverpool respectively, seemingly without being adequately replaced. It is not just the results that have been bad, under Ramos the team have looked without spirit and much of an idea how to play.
Ramos' replacement as manager is veteran Harry Redknapp who arrives from Portsmouth, apparently as things weren't as rosy as it seemed on the south coast and he wants one more crack with a 'big' club.
Today Spurs face Bolton at White Hart Lane when they will be looking for that illusive first league win. It is fair to say the atmosphere at the Lane will be a lot more positive with Redknapp at the stadium.
Spurs can be backed at evens and surely with the inevitable lift around the club and the fact that the opposition is Bolton, the match is for Tottenham's taking. Although having said that many people have said that about Spurs recently, lest we forget that last weekend they lost away at Stoke.