Tottenham Hotspur have had a challenging summer and one that was rather difficult to navigate at times.

Harry Kane had wanted to leave and told the world just as much without ever actually saying those words in an interview, whilst the board also had to juggle the fact that they needed to find a new manager and bring in new players as they finished disappointingly in the Premier League.

As the summer came to an end, it seems Spurs were able to navigate those issues without too much drama as they got their talisman to remain at the club, whilst also appointing Nuno Espirito Santo as their new man.

Further, life under this Portuguese boss seems to have worked out well for the north London outfit as well, as they sit at the top of the Premier League after three games and are the only team to have managed to acquire a 100% record – including a victory over Manchester City without Kane. With that luck, Spurs might want to check out the best USA online casino available and test it there, as well!

Now, whilst life looks rather rosy and encouraging for the club on paper as we go through the current international break, it would appear that there is a little concern amongst the ranks in regards to certain individuals.

According to a report by The Sun that was recently published, it has been claimed by a source close to the club that the players are not happy that some senior personnel are sitting on the touchline with them during matchday.

Fabio Paratici, who is the club’s new director of football, and Steve Hitchen, who is the technical performance director, have been spotted sitting on the substitute’s bench during the first three Premier League games so far and this has caused some concern.

It has been alleged that some players are not particularly happy with the behaviour of the two as they have been seen standing up and shouting at them when performing or even having a go at the match officials throughout contests. Perhaps they should just look at playing SA slots online instead and let the coaching team do their job on the touchline?

“It just doesn’t sit right with the players,” a source told the newspaper.

“The substitutes on the bench don’t feel they are able to speak freely among themselves with those guys sitting next to them.

“The players as a whole don’t like it when the two of them are on their feet shouting at the match officials or the team.”

However, whilst it is unlikely that this situation will remain for the long term unless it turns out to be a good luck charm for the club, the players will have to make do with it for at least another month due to the protocols that have been put in place.