Rafa Benitez Signs As The New Manager Of Everton, Nuno Santo Joins Spurs
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Rafa Benitez Signs As The New Manager Of Everton, Nuno Santo Joins Spurs

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Everton. Image Credits: Twitter

Premier League Giants Everton were looking for a new manager since the very first day of the departure of their previous manager the legendary football manager Carlo Ancelotti. The former UEFA Champions League winning manager decided to go back to Real Madrid after the departure of Zindedine Zidane.

Along with Everton, their Premier League Rivals Tottenham Hotspur are also in search of a manager after they sacked Jose Mourinho at the end of last season. They have been linked with a several number of names, even the Liverpool Legend Steven Gerrard was linked Spurs as a potential candidate to be their next manager.

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Rafa Benitez Signs As The New Manager Of Everton, Nuno Santo Joins Spurs

But it looks like the former Wolverhampton Wanderers Boss Nuno Espirito Santo has joined them as their new manager.

Nuno has signed a two year contract as per reports with Spurs as the Portuguese manager are looking forward to fix all the issues with his current side quickly. The saga for the new manager of Tottenham Hotspur went on for quite a long time. Finally, they have managed to sign the worthy successor of Jose Mourinho.

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Everton. Image Credits: Twitter

Finding a quality manager has always been a difficult task for every team. Teams like Liverpool had to suffer too after they sacked Rafa Benitez in 2010. It took them over five years to find Jurgen Klopp. Manchester United also suffered after Sir Alex Ferguson announced his retirement.

Rafa Benitez, The man who helped Liverpool win their fifth UEFA Champions League has joined Everton as their new manager. The man has experience of managing teams like Real Madrid, Chelsea and Liverpool.

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Everton. Image Credits: Twitter

After Rafa signed for Everton everyone believe Liverpool fans would not like it as a legend of their club joining their arch Rivals. But surprisingly Liverpool fans acted in a very polite way and they accepted that it is professional behavior and most of the fans supported Rafa’s decision and wished him luck.

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