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London rivals Tottenham, West Ham and  could be at loggerheads this summer in a bid to land Arne Slot as their new manager from Feyenoord according to reports.<br>Spurs and Palace are already in the hunt for a new boss having sacked Antonio Conte and Patrick Vieira recently, with both clubs respectively  and  until the end of the season.<br>David Moyes remains in charge at the London Stadium but  may look for a fresh face following their battle against relegation this term, even  and retains top flight stats, according to .<br> <br /> Their report claims one of their options is Slot, who is also under consideration at Spurs and Selhurst Park, following his impressive work in Holland in recent times.<br>Slot is fast becoming one of the most standout names in Europe having guided Feyenoord to the top of the Dutch standings, building an eight-point lead over Ajax as the Rotterdam club look to win just their second domestic title in the 21st century.<br>      (image:  )    Arne Slot has dominated the Dutch top flight this term at Feyenoord who are top of the table<br>      (image:  )    The Rotterdam outfit are eight points clear in a bid to win just a second title in the 21st century <br>It follows him leading the club to the Europa Conference League final last season where they were only beaten by Jose Mourinho's Roma.<br>Slot was also in charge of the AZ Alkmaar team who were neck-and-neck with Ajax for the title during the 2019-20 season before it was cancelled following the Covid outbreak<br>In particular for Tottenham fans, it could see the club employ an attack focused manager for the first time since dismissing Mauricio Pochettino in 2019, with Slot's style of coaching compared to former Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa who played a big influence on Spurs fan favourite Pochettino's managerial methods.<br>Slot tends to favour a 4-2-3-1 but can switch to a 4-3-3 with a high risk and reward style with full-backs tending to overlap wingers to provide crosses.<br>      (image:  )        (image:  )  Tottenham sacked Antonio Conte (left) and replaced him with interim boss Cristian Stellini<br>      (image:  )    David Moyes' position at West Ham United is reportedly uncertain beyond the summer<br>      (image:  )        (image:  )  Crystal Palace parted ways with Patrick Vieira (left) before appointing Roy Hodgson as interim<br>A shopper has shared their frustration about 'lazy' customers who don't put their unwanted groceries back in the right place. <br>In a photo uploaded to , a loaf of bread and a two loose bananas are seen sitting on a shelf amongst laundry detergent products. <br>The  local shared the image of the shelves at their local Coles, captioned: 'Why do people do this?'<br>'I don't understand why it's so hard to just put the items back where they were rather than dumping them in the cleaning aisle,' the shopper wrote.<br>      (image:  )    The Perth shopper shared an image on Reddit, showing a loaf of bread and two bananas that had been left on the shelves alongside laundry products (pictured)<br>'I get that some people are lazy or in a rush, but it's only a 20 metre walk most of the time.'<br>The shopper's grievance resonated with others, with many agreeing it was 'lazy' and 'self-centred' behaviour.<br>Some irate supermarket employees also shared their experiences.<br>'All day, every day this happens,' one employee wrote.<br>'Just yesterday I found two packets of frozen fruit sitting on a display of biscuits that was…NEXT TO THE FROZEN FRUIT.'<br>'It breaks my heart because that's $15 down the drain and we can't donate it or sell it.  Straight in the bin,' they said. <br>'I work nightfill at a Woolies and the amount of bananas I find scattered around the store is nuts,' another employee shared. <br>'We have a box out back for damaged stock and at any given time there are at least 4 bananas in it.'<br>      (image:  )    Many supermarket employees shared their experiences, with one saying they've 'worked in supermarkets for 10 years and this (leaving products in wrong places) is normal' (stock image)<br>Many commenters agreed the problem became particularly noticeable when people left meat or frozen products in the wrong place, causing them to be inedible. <br>'I've worked in supermarkets for 10 years and this is normal,' another employee wrote. <br>'The real frustration is people who don't put cold/frozen stuff back.<br>'Especially when it's something pricey like meat, especially when there is a fridge very close by.<br>'And I become homicidal when someone puts a cold item on top of a fridge or a display next to it, it takes more f***ing effort to do that than just yeeting (sic) the thing in the fridge!' they said.<br>'It is seriously a mission of mine to catch someone doing this and ask wtf (sic) they're thinking.'<br>However, some shoppers disagreed, arguing it was a part of the supermarket staff's job to find and return the items.<br>'They have workers who will put it back,' one wrote.<br>'Nobody is going all the way from laundry to fruit to put back a banana.'<br>One social media cheekily commented: 'Had to make a call bananas or washing powder.  Cost of living cutting deep.'<br>
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