Tottenham set to sack Villas-Boas
According to the Guardian, the Portuguese was cut to evens by bookmakers on Tuesday to be the league's next managerial casualty, with the City result being considered not as an isolated blot but as the most worrying sign of a malaise.
Villas-Boas, who takes his team to Tromso for a Europa League match on Thursday, desperately needs a good result at home to Manchester United on Sunday as he battles a clutch of problems, the report said.
Villas-Boas himself said that the City loss ought to have provoked shame in the players, which went down badly in the dressing room. (ANI)
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