Tottenham sacked manager Mauricio Pochettino on this day in 2019.
The sudden and unexpected decision came less than six months after the Argentinian had guided Spurs to the Champions League final.
Pochettino had been in charge for five-and-a-half years but paid the price for a poor start to the 2019-20 season.
He left Spurs 14th in the Premier League table after winning just three, and collecting only 14 points, from their opening 12 games of the campaign.
“Regrettably domestic results at the end of last season and beginning of this season have been extremely disappointing,” said chairman Daniel Levy.
“We were extremely reluctant to make this change. It is not a decision the board has taken lightly, nor in haste.”
Pochettino left Southampton to take over at Spurs in May 2014 and led them to the League Cup final in his first full season but lost to Chelsea.
They pushed Leicester for the title in 2016 but ultimately finished third. They were runners-up the following year and third again in 2018.
Their run to the Champions League final in 2019 included memorable wins over Manchester City and Ajax in the knockout stages but they were beaten by Liverpool in the showpiece in Madrid.
They also won only three of their final 12 Premier League matches of that season and it was the continuation of that form that eventually cost Pochettino.
His period in charge had also spanned Spurs’ move from their old White Hart Lane stadium to their new arena on the same site, with home games played at Wembley for 18 months.
Spurs wasted little time in replacing him with his successor Jose Mourinho appointed the following day.
Pochettino returned to the game as Paris St Germain manager in January 2021 but is currently out of work after leaving the French club last summer.