Jose Mourinho spent only one and a half years at Tottenham Hotspur. The Portuguese was released on Monday after Mauricio Pochettino took over the team in November 2019. The reason for the club’s decision was the poor performance of the team. Although Tottenham Hotspur will play Manchester City in Sunday’s League Cup final, they are five points behind in the Premier League and will be ranked in the next Champions League.
Mourinho’s release was also affected by his defeat in the Europa League. Although Tottenham defeated Dinamo Zagreb 2-0 in the first game of the 1/8 final, in the second round, they lost 0-3 after overtime. Competition, and suddenly withdraw from the game. The time at Tottenham was the worst period of Mourinho’s career. In a league season, he lost 10 games for the first time, and in 86 games, he suffered 23 losses, this is the first time in his career.
This is the fourth attempt of the Portuguese Premier League. In 2004-07 and 2013-15, the Portuguese led Chelsea to 3 England titles, 3 League Cups and 1 National Cup. In the 2016-18 season, Mourinho played for Manchester United and won the European League and League Cup.
Former Liverpool player and now Sky Sports expert Jamie Carragher thinks Mourinho in England is over. -I don’t think he will return to the Premier League yet. I believe this ship has left. I did not see his club. He works at Manchester United, so he will not go to Manchester City. Now he is at Tottenham, so he will not work at Arsenal. Carragher said Liverpool did not want him.
He added: I don’t believe Jose will decide to play for the mid-table club. I hope he will become a manager now or return to Italy. There, Inter Milan will lead the championship and play Mourinho-style football under the leadership of Antonio Conte. In Italy, this football method is acceptable. At Tottenham, fans want more.
“I am surprised that Tottenham fired Mourinho before the final.” Although he is weaker than ever this season, he is still a man who knows how to win big games. Without him, Tottenham’s chances are even smaller, and Guardiola is of course very happy that Mourinho disappeared from Wembley on Sunday. I don’t know what happened to Tottenham Hotspur, but the only logical argument for Mourinho’s dismissal was that the players went to visit the president. Maybe Daniel Levy felt that the coach had lost the locker room. Without him, the chances of winning would increase, and an unexpected victory with him would only make it difficult for him to be fired later-Carragher concluded.