Former Tottenham Hotspur boss Jose Mourinho has once again been making the headlines after his Roma side lost the Europa League final to Sevilla on penalties last night.

The final saw fourteen yellow cards handed out by Premier League referee Anthony Taylor, including one for Mourinho and the Portuguese labelled the man in the middle a ‘******* disgrace’ after coming across Taylor and the rest of the officials in the car park of the Puskás Aréna in Budapest.

UEFA are now waiting on Taylor’s report to decide whether or not to take action against Mourinho, who suffered his first defeat in a European final.

Mourinho had taken aim at Tottenham in the build-up to the final over the way he was fired by Daniel Levy in the lead up to their Carabao Cup final against Manchester City in 2019.

He told the Daily Mail: “In Roma, they didn’t sack me before the final in Tirana. And in Tottenham, they sacked me before the final at Wembley. Roma gave me the chance to win the final at Tirana. At Tottenham, I had no chance.”

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SpursWeb Opinion

It is footage like this that makes some fans thankful that Mourinho is no longer in charge at Tottenham, there is no doubting his desire to win but it can certainly rub people up the wrong way.

Spurs have tried the ‘serial winner’ route with both Mourinho and Antonio Conte, instead, they now need a head coach who can motivate and create unity in the dressing room.

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