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“How many career trophies has he?” These Spurs fans give reaction to reported Mourinho replacement
By Bruce Grove -

Managers always pay the price with their jobs when their teams are not performing well and that will eventually be the case for Jose Mourinho unless things change.

They brought the Portuguese manager in to help Tottenham end their wait for a new trophy and return to the top four.

The former Chelsea boss is overseeing a turbulent and inconsistent first full season at the club.

Spurs topped the Premier League table late last year and started this year in four competitions.

But they have since been knocked out of the FA Cup and are far behind in the race for the top four.

Reports have claimed that they will sack Mourinho and replace him with RB Leipzig’s Julian Nagelsmann (The Telegraph).

The young German is one of the most exciting managers at the moment, but he lacks trophies and some Tottenham fans think it makes no sense to make him Mourinho’s replacement.

After Bild confirmed that Nagelsmann would be interested in the role on Twitter, those fans jumped on the post to lend their voice on his arrival. 

Here are some reactions: 

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East Stand
East Stand
1 month ago

How many trophies had Jose won as a young man when he took over at Porto?

Perhaps we can get Fergie out of retirement rather than give someone promising a go? I mean he’s won loads of stuff… 😂

Mike
Mike
1 month ago
Reply to  East Stand

Yes. A similar argument would be to enter Carl Lewis for the 100m at the next Olympics… because he has won a lot more golds than that pretender Christopher Belcher. But who is most likely to win the next Gold at the Olympics out of the two?

Last edited 1 month ago by Mike
CzechSpur
CzechSpur
1 month ago

Slightly off-topic – I read some interesting quotes on mentality from Conte. See if there’s anything that rings a bell.

It’s hard to change that mental chip. If you don’t win for ten years, you subconsciously get used to the situation, look for excuses and blame someone else, you don’t see your limitations or flaws.

The environment is imbued with this, it is important to work not only on the players but on every sector. So you raise the pressure and become a pain in the @ss.

This is the difference between winning and living peacefully.
(c/o livescore.com)

Last edited 1 month ago by CzechSpur
Harry Hotspur
1 month ago
Reply to  CzechSpur

Wow.

This is chilling!

England Mike
England Mike
1 month ago

Whoever is in charge next season has to be the right man, the problem being who that man is likely to be, because right now it’s up in the air, have to say though I don’t see Mourinho being that man.

Surespur
Surespur
1 month ago

TBF, it does look like the dumb-ass sort of thing Levy would do

Essex Tony
Essex Tony
1 month ago

Getting rid of Mourinho now is like putting perfume on a pig. Still a pig underneath and nothing is going to change that.

Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
Is Gascoigne gonna have a crack?
1 month ago

Not sure why the Leipzig manager is still being discussed. Jose won’t be leaving. Tell you what, David Moyes is a really good manager , he’s made West Spam into to a team. Man Utd should av given him more time