The Tottenham coach has been put to the sword ensuing his latest defeat
For quite some time now, Jose Mourinho has been nothing but a washed up old hag. His outdated methods have done nothing but bog his teams down, something his recent employers have had to learn the hard way.
Getting the Portuguese in as their coach, Tottenham are bound to rue that decision. The club has tanked as a unit under Mourinho’s tutelage with the club set to miss out on Champions League football for a second season running under him.
Routed 3-1 by Manchester United on Sunday, Tottenham slipped to another dismal and lacklustre performance. And the knives came out against Mourinho with any berating the coach’s laggard style of play.
Chadwick Least Impressed With Mourinho
Adding his voice to the ever growing discontent against Mourinho was old Manchester United player, Luke Chadwick.
“Jose Mourinho’s record speaks for itself, what he’s achieved in the game has been unbelievable,” Chadwick told CaughtOffside. “I think the game evolves every season and maybe where Mourinho had huge success at Porto and Chelsea … the game has changed in how you deal with players.
“There’s some big names at Tottenham, world class players who haven’t really kicked on: Gareth Bale came in and we’ve not seen the best of him; Dele Alli has not really kicked on under Mourinho.
“I think that man-management, similar to what Mourinho did with Luke Shaw maybe isn’t the best way now, obviously we’ve seen how much Shaw has kicked on under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
“I’m sure the people at Tottenham will be looking at those relationships and how Mourinho’s not getting the best out of those world class players, having said that Harry Kane and Son Heung-min have had outstanding seasons.
“Still you’d expect them to be a shoe-in for the top four with a squad like that but it now looks like they’re going to struggle. He’s a different type of manager to Pochettino who had great success at Spurs.
“It’s a tough one for Spurs, they’ve had a lot of success but they peaked a few years ago now so maybe they might look to change things around, but then, who’s out there? Who do they bring in?”