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Audio Of Jamie Redknapp Talking About Mourinho Sacking Ends Up On Social Media | video
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THIS CLIP CONTAINS ONE PROFANE WORD IF YOU DO NOT WISH TO HEAR THAT WORD DO NOT CLICK PLAY

THIS CLIP CONTAINS ONE PROFANE WORD IF YOU DO NOT WISH TO HEAR THAT WORD DO NOT CLICK PLAY

This will put the cat amongst the pigeons, Jamie Redknapp discussing how the severance for José Mourinho was structured. This recording has a microphone peaking which indicates that Jamie wasn’t overheard, but rather the entire conversation was recorded.

Either way, the clip sounds kosher and one can not blame Redknapp for the sentiment. Sacking a coach a week before a cup final is peculiar to say the least, although we did receive information earlier today that Mourinho’s lack of confidence in the match against City had not gone down well, internally.

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Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
7 months ago

Funny listening to Goldstein on TalkSport last night going on and on…”it’s all down to you, well done, congratulations…”

What did we do? Whinge online a bit? Folk av been protesting about Lockdown and unlawful government actions and empty stadiums for a year or more and nothing changed…..why this?

Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
7 months ago

How many football fans who stomped their feet about the SL will be sending their children to school in a mask today?

Summins very wrong here.

Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
7 months ago

And when you need a vax passport and tests to go to football let’s see who pipes up……

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Marbella Spur
Marbella Spur
7 months ago

There have been time in the last twenty two years when I asked myself occasionally whether I was being too harsh on Levy and that perhaps he wasn’t as bad as some fans had painted him. The last few years have completely convinced me that he is a revolting human being with no empathy for the fans and that he and Enic are purely about the money. This last debacle made me even feel slightly sorry for Mourinho. When I think of his boss’s business interests in Patagonia where he has sequestered the water rights from the indigenous people of the area, I realise that they are the unacceptable face of football and a stain on our club’s once great reputation. I only pray that the fans finally wake up from their twenty two year old stupor and start demonstrating vigorously against these owners who are the Vampire Squid of football. They should be punished.

James Connolly
James Connolly
7 months ago
Reply to  Marbella Spur

People would have roasted Levy if he’d turned down that ESL invitation.No PL club owner would have turned it down. He did screw up in not backing Pochettino and in appointing Mourinho. His next appointment is going to be absolutely critical.

Marbella Spur
Marbella Spur
7 months ago
Reply to  James Connolly

Think of the amount of credit and goodwill he would have engendered if he had turned it down. It is not always the right judgement call because your peer group want to go in one direction .If it was good enough for Bayern and PSG to turn it down, we could have done the same and just for once in his miserable life, Levy could have come out of this with his reputation enhanced. Instead, he has managed to reinforce the impression that he is just a greedy cu**.

Richard David Bernard Taylor
Richard David Bernard Taylor
7 months ago
Reply to  Marbella Spur

I have been saying that perhaps we did have to be in rather than out but I’m now beginning to change my mind and am thinking how good it would have felt if we had been able to say that we had been invited but had turned it down because we looked at the broader picture and felt it was not in the best interests of the game. I’d have seen Danny boy in a new light.

mikeyhughes
mikeyhughes
7 months ago
Reply to  James Connolly

Won’t matter who he appoints, the poor so and so won’t get backed in the transfer market and then hung out to dry when things go pear shaped as they inevitably will.

East Stand
East Stand
7 months ago

Levy’s a clown… Is anyone really prepared to dispute that claim?

StuSpur
StuSpur
7 months ago
Reply to  East Stand

The international Federation of clowns?

The Kind Nihilist
The Kind Nihilist
7 months ago
Reply to  StuSpur

I just spoke to their regional delegate on the phone and I can confirm that Levy is indeed a legitimate card-carrying clown.

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
7 months ago

Be interesting to see if Bale, Dele and Bergwign play tonight.

mikeyhughes
mikeyhughes
7 months ago
Reply to  James McKevitt

Bergwijn hasn’t played yet, so he’s got to start earning his money sometime.

Legoverlass
Legoverlass
7 months ago

Vomit inducing. If the opinion of the fans was integral to the entire project then why did no club involved consult with their fans beforehand.The reason being that they knew full well that the fans would not tolerate this. They have spent months secretly gathering and hatching this hijacking of football to become just a mechanism to generate even more money. I suspect it was only the prospect of government intervention that perhaps changed their view of their legal exposure. ENIC and Levy have now shown their true ambition and the total disdain they have for the supporters. We have all known this but it has been masked to date by the pr spin at THFC. Now it is out in the open for all to see. The damage that these parasites have inflicted on the good name and heritage reputation of the club is catastrophic. Will sponsors now wish to associate themselves with any of these clubs knowing what their true purpose is? Is it any wonder we have so many players who appear not to care about the club. The atmosphere behind the scenes must be completely toxic and I doubt even Mourinho knew quite how bad things were when he joined. ENIC and Levy’s position appears untenable from this point onwards. No fancy narrative or rhetoric can spin this. The real aim is now transparent and the Government should now review the whole issue of governance of football clubs and ensure that supporters have a seat on the board and a meaningful voice in the future of their clubs. This is the only way to prevent a future move to take over control of football by elite money men to the extremes indicated in the ESL. This review should encompass how money is distributed within the game and should include FIFA as well.

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Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
7 months ago
Reply to  Legoverlass

There were some who welcomed being involved in the “super” sham, and we’re praising Levy for “even getting us in the conversation”….again, are these people 14 years old or, ?? Who knows? They obviously have no idea who THFC are. We have ALWAYS been in the conversation. One of the the so called big 5 in England for decades. Involved in elite European competitons and winning them. What Levy in fact brought is the centiment that’s it’s a joke to include us having won nothing but a league cup in 20 plus years of his tenure. That is the PR Levy cult spin magic. Let’s hope it will be exposed completely ASAP.

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eddie
eddie
7 months ago

I think you mentioned on an earlier blog that there is something weird going on here and quite rightly too.

Things just don’t add up when a monumental decision such as the formation of the ESL is announced,yet within 48 hours the whole thing is called off.

The mealy mouthed apologies are quickly rushed out [probably written in advance] to appease the masses and for a lot of people that is the end of it.

But those owners involved won’t be happy to accept such ignominious defeat with the prols getting all the credit.There will inevitably be more money for the ‘big’ clubs and I suspect a watered down version of the ESL will quietly be put in place.

It will be interesting to see the volume of protest tonight at the lane.I somehow suspect it will be muted and heavily marshalled by security.

Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
7 months ago
Reply to  eddie

If Chelsea can get together then Spurs should get numbers down you’d hope. Yes there is something awfully wrong with all this. I don’t trust the media at all and when they suddenly start backing the “ordinary working folk” you know it’s a scam.

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
7 months ago

ENIC out protest being planned for this afternoon at The Stadium.

It will be interesting to see how close they get to the ground and if the club retaliate by refusing certain people season tickets, basically banning them.

Last edited 7 months ago by James McKevitt
David
David
7 months ago

Here is an interesting article about a potential (realistic) next manager. Worth a read!

https://www.sportinglife.com/football/news/is-potter-too-good-for-brighton/189504

Osvaldo
Osvaldo
7 months ago
Reply to  David

I don’t think Potter would be a bad shout. Brighton are well placed in table of chances created. They just don’t have any great goal scorers. Defensively they’re very good.
Bissouma might be a good addition as well. Thought he was motm last night. Good pace and energy. Carries the ball well.

JimmyGrievance
JimmyGrievance
7 months ago

So yet again Levy makes a decision based on the finances and NOT the football side of the business. His penny pinching knows no bounds.

James McKevitt
James McKevitt
7 months ago

Someone else has said that Levy was afraid of being taken to court for unfair dismissal if Mourinho won the Carabao Cup.

Mourinho could argue that he had done what the club had brought him in to do, win trophies.

Conte took Chelsea to court and won a big settlement in similar circumstances.

Marbella Spur
Marbella Spur
7 months ago

Vey illuminating. So it’s all about the optimum moment to sack him in order to pay the least compensation. Redknapp sums Spurs up by stating “they are f***ing clowns down there”. Couldn’t have put it better myself.

Dan
Dan
7 months ago

Can we get a transcript? Back working in the office and forgot my headphones!!

CzechSpur
CzechSpur
7 months ago
Reply to  Dan

Apparently the compensation for sacking Jose would be different depending on our position in the league table (top 4/top 6/outside top 6), which is why Levy sacked Jose now.

As for the end, it’s rather beautiful. “I don’t get why he’s done it with the Cup final on Sunday, but they are f***ing clowns there”.

Dan
Dan
7 months ago
Reply to  CzechSpur

Thank you mate.

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