Tottenham Hotspur head coach Jose Mourinho has certainly made a fantastic start to life in North London after taking over from the sacked Pochettino almost exactly one month ago today.
The Special One has only lost two games so far as Spurs boss, a tough away visit to his old club Man United and a nothing game in Munich against Bayern in the Champions League.
Mourinho has led Spurs to a Premier League resurgence, moving from 12 points below Chelsea to just three ahead of the match this weekend.
Tottenham take on the Blues at the new Spurs stadium as they look to leapfrog their bitter rivals by inching ahead on goal difference with a win.
Much like Man United, Jose Mourinho used to manage Chelsea, actually taking charge on two separate occasions in West London, back when Spurs were the enemy.
Now the tables have turned, and Glenn Hoddle suggested this week that Spurs are now a bigger club than the Blues (Sun).
To this, Mourinho insisted that he always thinks his team are the biggest and best in the world (Football London): “My club is always the best club in the world, the best, the biggest in the world. Always my club, always.”
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