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Tottenham tipped to replace Santo 41-year-old PL winner who “knows what the club needs”


Another weekend, and another period of footballing misery for Tottenham and their new manager, Nuno Espirito Santo, who saw his side hammered by Manchester United.

The boos rang clear around the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Fans are not happy, and they made their feelings known after the final whistle. For Santo, it was another eye opener in what is becoming a season of them.

Now, seemingly clinging onto his job before the third international break has even taken place, calls are coming in from all over in terms of Spurs replacing the Portuguese coach. And former player, Jamie O’Hara, believes Bournemouth boss Scott Parker is the man.

Parker has led Bournemouth to the top of the Championship table. The Cherries remain undefeated, with just two draws from their 15 games.

And O’Hara, taking to his Twitter account yesterday, has tipped Scott Parker to be the man to put things right at Tottenham.

Despite being unable to keep Fulham in the Premier League season, Parker is widely regarded as one of the best up and coming English coaches.

At 41, he has ample time ahead of him. As a player with Chelsea, West Ham, and more, he won the Premier League and League Cup. Individually, he also won the player of the year award.