Tottenham Hotspur Women have fired co-head coaches Karen Hills and Juan Amoros with immediate effect.
Tottenham have not yet registered a win in the league this season and have picked up just three points after seven matches. Spurs currently sit 11th - one place off the bottom - in the Women's Super League table.
Hills had managed Spurs since 2007 and took them from the fourth tier South East Combination Women’s Football League to the WSL.
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Amoros has been with the north London club since 2011 and worked his way up from being a coach to co-manager.
Tottenham were effectively knocked out of the WSL Cup on Wednesday night after losing to fierce rivals Arsenal on penalties following a 2-2 draw at full-time.
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