Mourinho opens up on his relationship with Daniel Levy amidst poor form

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Dom Le Roy

Jose Mourinho has now been in the Tottenham hotseat for around 15 months after Mauricio Pochettino was sacked back in November 2019.

In his first half-season in charge, Mourinho arguably performed admirably, dealing with the cancellation of football and COVID-19 pandemic before leading Spurs to a European finish.

At the start of his first full season as head coach in North London, the Special One topped the Premier League table just before Christmas and seemed to be getting the best out of his big names.

However, fast forward to present day and Spurs are only just in the top half of the table, with five losses in their last six Premier League matches.

Today, Jose Mourinho was asked to give an insight into his current relationship with Daniel Levy amidst Tottenham’s poor run of form.

The head coach revealed that the two figures respected each other and wanted the same thing moving forward for Tottenham Hotspur.

He said (Football London): “My relationship is the same since day one which is one of respect and open communication. We respect each other.

“There is no contradiction between us because we both feel the same. I believe we all feel the same feelings. Nobody is happy, nobody is depressed and everybody feels we are going to do better.

“I don’t know if debt is the right word. What I feel to Mr Levy is what I feel in every club I’ve worked in.

“I want to give happiness to everyone, the chairman, the players, the fans, everybody connected to the club. I feel one of them and I want to give happiness to them. I don’t change.”

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