The Portuguese boss is not being received well on the social networking site.
It’s not been a great Premier League season for Tottenham Hotspur so far and being 3-0 at Manchester City has done little to help that.
Whilst Spurs’ defensive record in the league has been good – just six conceded going into the clash at the Etihad Stadium – scoring nine goals has been poor.
Tottenham headed into the match with City knowing a positive result was a must, but manager Andre Villas-Boas’ tactics have not worked and the Twitter faithful have let the 35-year-old know what they think.
Adebayor comes on *ROTFL*..That’s AVB’s special plan!!
— Sanusi! (@Itz_Sanusi) November 24, 2013
The day AVB isn’t above criticism will be relieving.
— Mack (@immensdimension) November 24, 2013
AVB has used up every tactic in the book Mourinho bought him for Xmas years ago. Now trying ‘people always score against their old clubs’
— Si Hawkins (@SiHawkins) November 24, 2013
AVB draws up pages of tactical waffle that impresses the football manager nerds but in a real life competitive league he’s out of his depth
— Adam Houlston (@houlstonad) November 24, 2013
Bringing Adebayor. Everyone get on AVB next Manager sacked. 33/1 this morning. 16’s now.
— Cutie Pie Ky (@vanzuylen11) November 24, 2013
AVB = Another Vacancy Beckons. #thfc
— Anthony Shaw (@AnthonyShaw_) November 24, 2013
The north London club have looked utterly outclassed by the 2012 English champions and whilst it may be a little early to turn on Villas-Boas, things certainly need to improve.
The Portuguese coach did lead Spurs to their highest ever Premier League points total last year, but the boss will have plenty of work to try and relive that achievement this term.
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