Report reveals what Daniel Levy and some Spurs players think about Mourinho

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According to Football.London, Jose Mourinho still retains the support of both Daniel Levy as well as the Tottenham Hotspur squad despite the team’s struggles over past weeks.

It was only two months ago that it seemed as if Tottenham could potentially push for the Premier League title.

Mourinho seemed to have won over the vast majority of the Spurs fan base, owing to the team’s good results despite the style of football not fitting in with the club’s traditional attacking ethos.

However, disappointing results over the last two months have left the North Londoners with a fight on their hands to even get back into the top four.

It seems as if the mood within the Tottenham fan base regarding Mourinho and the team’s style of play has changed over recent weeks, with some now questioning the Spurs boss’ team selection and tactical approach.

However, Football.London have now revealed that the Portuguese coach continues to enjoy full support from those inside the club.

The report claims that Levy is desperate for Mourinho to succeed, having attempted to bring him to Tottenham for many years.

The 58-year-old is also said to have the backing of the majority of his players, despite the club winning just three of their last eleven games in the Premier League.

Spurs Web Opinion

This is a season like no other where a couple of good results can send a team rocketing up the table and a couple of bad ones can see a team plummeting. So, it is not helpful to rush to judgements based on a few bad results. I believe that we will turnaround our form sooner rather than later and I will judge Jose’s work at the end of the campaign.

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  1. While a couple of good results could see us in a far more favourable position it doesn’t change the fact that Mourinho’s style is to park the bus. This is a small team mentality, it is playing not to lose rather than to win. That has never been the Tottenham way. We sold our soul to the devil for some silver, and we may not even get that!

    • Small team mentality but he broke records with that style of play and won more trophies than the clubs entire existence do you understand that?

  2. I applaud your optimission even though I doubt that this season will be any different from any other. Stand that trophy cleaner down I don’t think he will be needed.

  3. As I have previously said Levy needs to go, until he does Spurs will be nobody’s. He does the hiring and firing of players. Jose wouldn’t want the rubbish (Bale and others) that have been brought in, expensive bench warmers. Levy might be a top business man, doesn’t mean he knows anything about football and with recent loan and bought players proves that he knows nothing about football. I like other Spurs fans expect the team to genuinely compete for all trophies. Alas, over the last decade we haven’t had a look in, got to ask why that is. We have had some brilliant managers but nothing to show in the trophy cabinet. Levy wants to buy players in Lidl (cheap) and sell them in Harrods. A club manager should do the hiring and firing and then the buck stops with him. Until this happens Spurs will be the same old same old. I for one if the stadium was open wouldn’t pay to watch the current rubbish football played by players who just seem to go through the motions and have no interest or motivation to want to win. Change needs to happen.


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