Jose Mourinho admitted he is pleased to see the Amazon cameras leave Hotspur Way following the conclusion of the recent docu-series.
The last three episodes of Amazon’s ‘All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur’ came out late last night, with fans getting a fascinating insight into what went on behind the scenes at the club during the coronavirus lockdown and after the restart.
Mourinho claimed after his side’s 1-0 loss against Everton that the players were “lazy” in the way they pressured the Toffees backline, pointing the finger at a lack of pre-season.
When asked what his message to his players were, he insisted that he was happy for it to remain private within the dressing room.
Watch the Spurs boss’ interview with BBC Sport:
"We were lazy".
Here's what Jose Mourinho made of Spurs' loss to Everton. pic.twitter.com/eUojEEd1uz
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Like many Spurs fans, I feared the worst before All or Nothing came out given the poor season we had last time out but I thought the series shows the club in a good light. As much as I would love a season 2, I can see why Mourinho and the players would be dead set against it.
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