Tottenham Hotspur have undoubtedly come on leaps and bounds over the past half-decade, largely down to the superb job done by Mauricio Pochettino and his team.
Unfortunately, Poch couldn’t see the job through to a trophy at the end, after losing League Cup and Champions League Finals during his time in charge.
Daniel Levy and the Spurs board took the tough decision to sack the Argentine a matter of weeks ago while a number of the players were away on international duty.
The club then brought in Jose Mourinho just hours later, with the Special One bringing a pedigree of winning trophies galore at every single club he has been at.
Mourinho has won his first three games in charge of Tottenham, qualifying for the Champions League knockout stages and moving from 14th to 5th in the Premier League.
He has now revealed that one of the reasons he joined Spurs was the vision and ambition of Daniel Levy, as well as the club’s desire to become even bigger.
He said (Football London): “I have no doubts that we [Spurs and Man United] are two big clubs, and in my case Tottenham, one of the reasons why I came here was because of Mr Levy’s vision and his ambitions for the future, and Tottenham wants to be bigger than it already is.”
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