He should have been sacked months ago. Never been a big fan. Mourinho superior
You're correct it isn't exclusive to JM, but he does like the limelight.He will most likely wish to have support to add the additions he needs to compete with teams like Liverpool and City I would assume yes..
It sort of comes with the territory of managing a big club, it isn't Mourinho exclusive....
Well done you but you've misread my post...I've highlighted how.
Note the 'can't'. I am saying that I do not know how you could justify keeping the manager when they're 14th.Don't know how you can't sack your manager when last season you were in the CL final and this season 14th in the league.
Mourinho has proven himself to be a good manager and will succeed but ONLY if he gets money.
All the Spurs fans I know aren't at all enthusiastic. They think he'll be gone within a couple of years.You're correct it isn't exclusive to JM, but he does like the limelight.
The one thing he did at OT was catapult that club into the select band of clubs who have won three different European tournaments.
Just on a personal level, I happen to think his best days are behind him. If I were a Spurs fan, I don't think I'd be ecstatic right now. But what do I know?
The ironic thing is, a couple of weeks ago, I was talking to a 'gooner' in work, and obviously things ain't working too well there either and there had been talk of JM as the next manager at the Emirates. - He was definitely against that one.
He probably will be gone in a couple of years. He'll probably immediately raise the standards of performance, get results, win a trophy, fall out with everyone, then leave. The job will be done by then though.All the Spurs fans I know aren't at all enthusiastic. They think he'll be gone within a couple of years.
He might win a cup, maybe even the FA Cup, but I highly doubt he'll win the league and I'd be somewhat amazed if he managed to steer Spurs to another CL final so it actually feels like it'll be more of a sideways gamble, and probably another costly one too given they've supposedly offered him a five year deal.He probably will be gone in a couple of years. He'll probably immediately raise the standards of performance, get results, win a trophy, fall out with everyone, then leave. The job will be done by then though.
Ive been following this in the English press for a while and apparently Pochettino has been working for this end result. I think he realised he had taken the club as far as he could with this squad of players or maybe just fancied a move. Either way he leaves as a man who won nothing for Spurs and in his place they get a World class manager with a winning mentality. I think it's a smart move from Levy.Jose hasnt been a success for a while. He needs to be a success or his reputation will be completely tarnished.
I think they have made a huge mistake here and should have backed Poch. They will now have to back Jose with a stack load of cash however I can see him causing more issues then being paid off next season.
Mourinho has got to be one of the most over rated managers in world football.
Spurs have been pish this season , yes they are known over the years to play nice football but they have won f*** all for years ,mourinho is a winner hes won things at every club hes been at ,what do the spurs fans want ? Nice football and finish in the top 4 every year or actually winning trophies
Tbf, jose's teams can play good football, but there's no inbetween really. They either play exceptional attacking football or horrendous park the bus.Spurs have been pish this season , yes they are known over the years to play nice football but they have won f*** all for years ,mourinho is a winner hes won things at every club hes been at ,what do the spurs fans want ? Nice football and finish in the top 4 every year or actually winning trophies
Definitely not and there's clearly issues in the dressing room (likely relating to the shagging going on) effecting on the park performancesI think this idea that MP had taken the squad as far as it could go doesn't explain spurs recent piss poor performances - personally
I mean have a look at what teams ran them ragged - teams that had inferior players but had more fight & it happened consistently
That suggests to me something beyond - 'this is as far as I can take this squad' must be responsible
I don't care about his CV, he is a bus driver who plays pish football, who wants to go to watch a game only to be bored out his mind. The signings he made at Man Utd were overpriced and garbage, only an in form David De Gea saved his management there from being catastrophic although his performance was abismal.His CV doesn't really validate that claim, he actually had built a CV that backs up claims about him being a top class manager.
It isn't all based on reputation or posts on forums - there is a shit load of tangible and actual things as well.
I like poch but it’s clear it has come to an end for both parties and has been for weeks . His £12 million payoff and prospect of a big club in January will keep him busy .The Champions League run really papered over the cracks.
In the League since the turn of the year, they have had 11 wins, 7 draws and 12 losses.
40 points in 30 games. 1.3 points per game.
That's 'barely above relegation' form.
In his half-decade in charge, he has reached one League Cup final, one Champions League final and finished second in the league on one occasion.
Not good enough, quite frankly.