Premier League: Three most underperforming teams after 11 played

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Tottenham Hotspur’s Italian head coach Antonio Conte (Photo by OLI SCARFF/AFP via Getty Images) /

Tottenham – Will Conte be their salvation?

We can all agree that sacking Jose Mourinho and bringing Nuno Espirito Santo was probably not the best idea for Tottenham. Espirito Santo went on to suffer a bad run of matches that eventually led to him getting sacked.

Tottenham, under Espirito Santo, got 15 out of 30 points, which due to the player caliber, they should have at least gotten more than 20 points. Antonio Conte was named as the manager after that dreadful loss against Manchester United. He is the man in charge now and will hope that his side gets more points than Espirito Santo did.

Conte is known for bringing teams in desperate need to taste glory at the end of the season. Tottenham needs him to get some silverware on their shelves finally.

Hopefully, under the Italian, Spurs players can get the right mindset needed to perform at a top-level and start giving fans hope of something good towards the end of the season.

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Choosing three teams was difficult enough considering the current situations of other Premier League clubs like Leicester, Newcastle, and Everton, among others. Luckily club football is back, and fans will most likely expect great results from their clubs this weekend and moving forward.