Former Chelsea defender Jason Cundy has questioned what Daniel Levy hoped to achieve by appointing Jose Mourinho as Spurs boss.
Mourinho replaced Mauricio Pochettino in the Tottenham hot seat back in November and results improved substantially in his first few weeks in charge.
However, the side has struggled in recent weeks with key players out injured and some having questioned Mourinho’s tactical approach (Telegraph).
Cundy believes it made little sense for Spurs to appoint the former Manchester United and Chelsea boss and questioned if it whether the decision was based on whether Levy has his sights set on purely winning a domestic trophy.
Watch what the former Spurs and Chelsea player told talkSPORT:
🤔 “Spurs chose someone Chelsea & Man Utd sacked in identical fashion.”
👀 “Maybe this is where Jose’s at!”
— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) March 10, 2020
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It is worth remembering that we were in 14th position in the Premier League and struggling to pick up wins even with a fully fit squad when Mourinho arrived in November. It is difficult to expect him to perform a miracle especially with the injury problems he has had to contend with. It is only fair that we judge his football next season when he has had a pre-season to get his ideas across to the squad.
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