Tottenham Hotspur head coach, Jose Mourinho, has now been at the club for around two months, but his great start to life in North London has petered out.
Spurs drew against Championship Middlesbrough last weekend, as well as losing to Southampton on New Years Day, drawing to Norwich City, and losing at home to Chelsea in recent weeks.
Tottenham are now set to be without their main man up top in Harry Kane for the foreseeable future, as the England captain is out injured until April.
This means he will likely miss key Premier League fixtures and both Champions League legs against RB Leipzig in the knockout rounds.
Although he has technically been there for almost two months, Mourinho claims it feels more like days at Spurs due to the congested schedule.
He admits both that he is not happy with how things are going at the moment and that his team is barely able to train in between games.
Charlie Eccleshare reports he said:
On the team implementing his philosophy: It’s not two months, it’s a few days. This was the second week where we had the possibility to work on the pitch. We basically don’t train.
It’s not about two months. Of course I’m not happy, I want to improve so many things.
— Charlie Eccleshare (@CDEccleshare) January 10, 2020
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