TOTTENHAM fans were left far from impressed with their team’s performance during the 2-1 defeat against Newcastle.
Goals from Callum Wilson and Miguel Almiron were enough to see Toon leave London with all three points and leap over both Manchester United and Chelsea and into the top four.
It also saw them move to within just two points of Antonio Conte’s side.
And Tottenham’s recent poor form has seen fans take aim at the Italian coach.
One fan online said: “I think it’s high time @SpursOfficial sack Conte. That man is a total disgrace. How can we lose two consecutive games. #CONTEOUT.”
A second user said: “Conte is a disgrace We have some of the best football players in the world and heâs asking them to play like Burnley. Play to win you scumbag.”
Another fuming fan said: “Disgrace and a joke! Very poor and what was the money spent on, NOTHING we needed. Chasing the game and Conte brings on Doh and Dav, really. Spence and Gill surely.
“What a joke we currently are. Not good enough @SpursOfficial Conte needs to wake the F up!!!”
Replying to the club’s official post-game Tweet, one user simply said: “Disgrace.”
Another demanded: “Get Conte out tonight.”
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“Embarrassing yet again by Conte,” remarked a third.
Despite a strong start to the season, the North London side have now lost three of the last five league games.
They do still at least sit third in the table.
Next up in the Premier League for Spurs is a trip to Bournemouth before hosting Liverpool.
Conte’s side must also contend with Champions League fixtures with a tie against Sporting Lisbon on Wednesday.
Spurs currently top of Group D but it remains incredibly competitive to reach the knock-out phase.
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