English football’s sacking season – a brief spell between November and December which tends to make Premier League chairmen reconsider their managers’ futures on an annual basis – has claimed two victims in just three days, with West Brom’s Steve Clarke given his marching orders on Saturday followed by Andre Villas-Boas agreeing to a ‘mutual termination’ on Monday morning.

Tottenham‘s humiliating home defeat to Liverpool provided five very sharp and final nails in the Portuguese’s managerial coffin.

With the hot-seat now vacant at White Hart Lane and no obvious successor in sight, we take a look at the SIX managers that have been heavily linked to the Spurs job since AVB’s abrupt departure.

CLICK ON TIM SHERWOOD TO REVEAL THE SIX MANAGERS WHO COULD REPLACE AVB AT TOTTENHAM

Tim Sherwood