Tottenham fired head coach Juande Ramos on Saturday for the club's worst start to a season.
The announcement came a day before an English Premier League match against Bolton, and a year after Martin Jol was dumped.
Spurs was lodged at the bottom of the league after taking just two points from its opening eight matches this season.
Sporting director Daniel Comolli, who has been blamed for his poor command of Tottenham's transfer activity, also left, and first team coaches Marcos Alvarez and Gus Poyet were also fired.
Clive Allen and Alex Inglethorpe will take charge for Sunday's match at White Hart Lane.