A day after being destroyed 6-1 by Newcastle United, Tottenham Hotspur fired interim manager Cristian Stellini.
Ryan Mason will take Stellini’s place as a coach, the team said on Monday.
Cristian, along with his coaching staff, will quit their existing positions, according to a statement from Spurs chairman Daniel Levy.
“Cristian took over at a trying time in our season, and I want to commend him and his coaching staff for their professionalism at this trying time. He and his crew have our best wishes.
With 53 points after 32 games in the Premier League, Spurs are presently in fifth place, six points behind fourth-place Manchester United, who also have two games remaining.
Following Antonio Conte’s resignation last month, Stellini assumed leadership.