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Mourinho taking over Tottenham
_Pelle_ 25 days ago
Paris Saint-Germain 92 5737

What do you think of Mou taking over Tottenham?

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Yusuf_10 24 days ago
Manchester City, Belgium 2 6

Genrally Mourinhos tactics are just 0-0 every game like what he did at Man utd

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Emobot7 24 days ago
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@Yusuf_10 To be fair, Mourinho tactir focus on getting results like 1-0 and 2-0 but sadly, it rely a lot on your attacker to already be creative and prolific. This shouldn't too big of a problem for player like Harry Kane. Defensively, his team are generally very solid and rarely concede. And yeah, sometime, he will focus to get 0-0 against top rival when playing away.

Too bad there isn't a weird option in the poll! XD But more seriously, it will be question of whether or not Spurs manage to score while putting up with Mourinho tactic as I expect him to make them even more solid at the back.

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tiki_taka 24 days ago
Barcelona, France 358 9528

Jose Mourinho in press conference: "I am humble."

Five minutes later, Mourinho was asked if he thinks losing the Champions League final affected the Spurs squad: "I don't know because I never lost a Champions League final."

He's back folks 😂 #TheHumleOne

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Marcus2011 22 days ago
Chelsea FC, England 275 6288

@tiki

I don’t know if you are trolling or you didn’t watch interview, so you don’t know wtf you are talking about. He was asked what was the affect of loosing CL final on the team, and Mourinho replied truthfully he doesn’t know because he never was in that situation. Should he lie like you often do to create drama? But even when he tells the truth somehow it becomes dramatic remark.

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Marcus2011 22 days ago
Chelsea FC, England 275 6288

Mourinho will be very good for Spurs. May I remind you all that this is the same man that once won with Porto everything then with Inter, then stopped Barcelona’s domination in La Liga left the squad foundation that lasted for years, came to Chelsea did same sht. This man already one of the greatest and if not greatest but if he wins EPL or other major titles with spurs then he will definitely go down as greatest ever.

Pochettino left amazing team that needs few adjustments and right mentality. Pocettino was dropped because Spurs were having terrible away form and even last year they weren’t always winning. They didn’t have convincing record. And most importantly, Pocettino sounded like he wanted to leave last year. I think he has his eyes on bigger club, so he wasn’t committed to spurs like he used

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Emobot7 21 days ago
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@Marcus2011 No need to worry, we all know Mourinhois an amazing manager. As wether he will go down as the greatest ever if he win the league with Spurs, I think that will depend on people point of view. But, while I expect him to do better than at United, I'm really not convinced its gonna be enough to rival with the like of Liverpool and City as of now. Obviously, this season should be a transition one and I personally expect to see him have his first real shot at the PL next season.

As for what tiki said, I feel like its an unfortunate question and answer after him saying he is humble. Obviously, he didn't mean it in a bad way but after saying what he did, I can understand some people understood his answer wrong.

To be fair, it will be interesting to see if he stay out of trouble and away from controversy at Spurs. Personally though, I don't really think he will. But that isn't really a bad thing for a neutral fan. XD

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SunFlash 21 days ago
Manchester United, USA 16 3031

Why couldn't they have waited two weeks to fire him ffs

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Marcus2011 21 days ago Edited
Chelsea FC, England 275 6288

@emo

Like if Liverpool and City are to rule EPL forever. Balance of power in EPL shifts more often now days then before. Manchester, Chelsea, Arsenal ( if they get rid of good ebening, I said it in the beginning he isn’t up to task for number of reasons) and even club like Leicester have ambitions to win EPL. All these clubs have money to buy, build and compete. Spurs have been building themselves for past 5 years, and I think with world class manager they can take themselves into new level.

Mourinho already brings so much attention to spurs which means more media coverage, more attendance and more fans. I personally worried because us Chelsea aren’t ready to see Spurs being best club in london but I won’t be surprised if he turns them into one.

This spurs team need fix their defense, gain confidence and learn to think like title chasing club. It is called building a culture and tradition in the club. I think spurs is will be his most challenging task since Porto and Inter. Even Chelsea wasn’t that difficult because we were winning some throphies here and there before Jose joined.

As far as Jose words during press conference : people hear what they want to hear. It is called being spiteful and modern sensationalist driven attitude. Which Ofcourse was seasoned by media who are already creating negative news coverage and speculating. That is how much these bastards missed. People psychologically attracted to negative news, so they are milking. Modern “woke “ people who are just rebranded sheep 🐑

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@emo

Like if Liverpool and City aren’t to rule EPL forever. Balance of power in EPL shifts more often now days then before. Manchester, Chelsea, Arsenal ( if they get rid of good ebening, I said it in the beginning he isn’t up to task for number of reasons) and even club like Leicester have ambitions to win EPL. All these clubs have money to buy, build and compete. Spurs have been building themselves for past 5 years, and I think with world class manager they can take themselves into new level.

Mourinho already brings so much attention to spurs which means more media coverage, more attendance and more fans. I personally worried because us Chelsea aren’t ready to see Spurs being best club in london but I won’t be surprised if he turns them into one.

This spurs team need fix their defense, gain confidence and learn to think like title chasing club. It is called building a culture and tradition in the club. I think spurs is will be his most challenging task since Porto and Inter. Even Chelsea wasn’t that difficult because we were winning some throphies here and there before Jose joined.

As far as Jose words during press conference : people hear what they want to hear. It is called being spiteful and modern sensationalist driven attitude. Which Ofcourse was seasoned by media who are already creating negative news coverage and speculating. That is how much these bastards missed. People psychologically attracted to negative news, so they are milking. Modern “woke “ people who are just rebranded sheep 🐑

Emobot7 20 days ago
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@Sunflash Especially because of that upcoming United/Spurs games. TTottenhem playing the mind game at his best by getting a former United manager just before the game.

@Marcus

Like if Liverpool and City are to rule EPL forever.

True that, the monopoly they have on the league could very much shift in just a few month. EPL is great because of this.

Still, I think you might be worrying a bit much, I don't think that Spurs will immediatly be a danger for Chelsea. Lampard will be especially wary of Mou because he know him well and respect him so much. Chelsea vs Spurs game will be very interesting to see for sure.

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tiki_taka 19 days ago
Barcelona, France 358 9528

@Marcus come on ! Where did you see the trolling in there ? That was funny, typical Mourinho. Very direct but far from being humble....I find him very funny, of course he knows what it feels to get a shocking result in final stages he lost some semifinals or quarters, he just needed to point that he never lost a final which is true, but it's just Mou 😄

When he said I got 3 PL other 19 managers got 2 it was Mou again. When he said he is specialist in failure I'm not it was him again.

I found this funny you may put him in God level, I don't he is even more human because he can't handle his huge ego, which is funny because even when he tries to get politically correct the real Mou tends to appear...

Bantering Mou on his ego has nothing to do with trolling, and the Barca part on your comment was unnecessary because I don't hate him for being former Madrid coach, he got slammed most of the times until being sore, he was funny then too... I actually enjoy all his conferences, pure entertainment.

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tuan_jinn 11 days ago
Manchester United, Netherlands 189 6526

So far,

Do you guys think Mourinho has changed a bit.

After all, he might have adapted his attitude abit I reckon, same guy, same talent, but more humble and more thoughftul?

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SuperFrankie 11 days ago
Chelsea, Italy 1 66

As a pundit he is humble because he is just talking about other managers like the boss with freedom. I don't think he will change as a manager tho, especially in the heat of the interviews after results.

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Emobot7 10 days ago
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After all, he might have adapted his attitude abit I reckon, same guy, same talent, but more humble and more thoughftul?

Meh, he was a bit like that when he first joined United. Tried to act more humble and stuff but it didn't last long. Probably gonna be the same. Once time pass and more controversial results will happen to his team, he will propably fall back into his old habit.

I don't think he will change as a manager tho, especially in the heat of the interviews after results.

Agreed, its not the same when you're involved yourself and need to defend your choice and your results.

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