Spurs have gone through the most managerial changes among the top-six Premier League clubs in the last two years.
Antonio Conte is the latest head coach appointed at the Tottenham Stadium, and the Italian knows he has a lot of work to do to achieve success.
The Lilywhites have one of the best squads in England, but they keep underperforming.
Conte has won titles with Chelsea, Inter Milan and Juventus and should get this Tottenham team back inside the top four, at least.
Former Tottenham defender Graham Roberts hopes Spurs finally have the manager to transform the club, but says the players should take some share of the blame if things go wrong.
“Hopefully we’ve got the right manager now and he will sort the club out because there are problems there,” the former Tottenham defender said to This Is Futbol.
“You can’t have four managers in eight months and the managers take all the blame all the time.
“The players have to take some of this blame. And if you’re not up to it, on your bike – go and find another club.”
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With Harry Kane and Dele Alli struggling for form, Nuno Espirito Santo was already set up to fail at Tottenham.
However, a manager should ideally get his misfiring players back to form.
Conte knows this and has already begun changing things to help his players stay fit and win as many matches as possible.
The Italian will hope his team buys into his ideas and deliver much better performances for the club.