So, it now appears that Ramos was offered the job to take over from Jol at Spurs.
Although Ramos is an excellent manager, this is an awful display by the Spurs board. Do they really think that another manager can come in and break Spurs into the top four consistently at this moment in time?
Not only has Jol had to deal with injuries to key players, he hasn't had the financial clout that Chelsea, Man Utd, Liverpool and Arsenal have had and continue to have.
Realistically, any club other than the so called big four can expect to finish only as high as fifth at the moment.
Given the amount of time Jol's had in the job and what he's trying to do there i.e. bringing in young players to develop in the Premiership and the money he's spent, fifth in the last two seasons is an excellent achievement by him. He's also got Spurs playing good football.
It leaves me with one question. Do the Spurs board know what they're doing?