ANGE POSTECOGLOU has made history after winning yet another Premier League Manager of the Month award.

The Spurs boss has been given the award for the month of October after his team won all three of their league matches.

Tottenham secured victories over Luton Town, Fulham and Crystal Palace to end October sat on top of the league table.

And Postecoglou adds his latest trophy to the ones he took home for August and September.

The Aussie gaffer has now made history as the first manager to receive the award in all of the first three months of a Premier League season.

And despite only arriving in North London this summer he is just ONE more award off matching the amount won by three time Premier League winner Jose Mourinho.



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Not only that but he also joins an exclusive club of managers who have managed to take home the award in three consecutive months.

Only Antonio Conte, Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp have achieved the impressive feat before the Tottenham man.

Mohamed Salah has been named as October's player of the month after netting five goals in three appearances for Liverpool.

November has seen a sticky start for Postecoglou's Tottenham side and he will need to do a lot to get a fourth award this month.

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Spurs were knocked off the top of the table after they fell victim to their first defeat of the season.

Chelsea blew them away 4-1 in a feisty London derby that saw two red cards and seven yellows dished out.

And to make matters worse Spurs are now without star man James Maddison after he withdrew from the England squad with an injury that could see him sidelined for MONTHS.

While Micky van de Ven is also expected to be out of the side until the new year after he picked up a hamstring injury.

Postecoglou's paper thin squad will try and bounce back from defeat on Saturday when they travel to the Molineux to face Wolves.

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