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Bye Bye Jose

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posted on 19/4/21

Guess this makes Spurs favorites for the final. Jose has reinvigorating effect on the squad when he is sacked.

posted on 19/4/21

Let’s just hope certain ‘under performing defenders & midfielders, follow Jose out of the door, in the summer...

Will be devastated if most are still here, when the new season starts!!

posted on 19/4/21

comment by Don_tottenham (U3372)
posted 1 hour, 20 minutes ago
comment by Christo-pherk off ESL (U20930)
posted 28 minutes ago
comment by Don_tottenham (U3372)
posted 4 minutes ago
Incredible relief from me this morning. Wasn’t interested in watching an ounce of football with Jose there, that’s how bad it got for me. I will come on and admit when I’m wrong and I was totally blinded by the Jose train when he joined. Turned against him in December v Brighton and I haven’t looked back since. Don’t feel sorry for him, he’s got a lovely 15 mil pay out. Just happy we go into the final Sunday with a 5% chance of winning it, rather than 0%.
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Not trying to antagonise you Don just genuinely curious - are you still more interested in trophies than you are in good football? Or has the Jose period made you realise that you can't really handle such boring football?
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I want this club to win trophies but he clearly lost the dressing room and we weren’t winning Sunday under him not a chance. I wasn’t to fussed when we were playing bland football earlier on but we were top of the league. What I won’t accept is awful football, toxic atmosphere and no results to show for it. That’s when I turned on Jose. The moment results weren’t backing through poor play.
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What makes you say he'd lost the dressing room?

posted on 19/4/21

comment by ● Billy The Yidd ● 2020* 2021* (U3924)
posted 1 hour, 56 minutes ago
The Scammers 3-3 game was the point at which it started to go wrong for Mourinho, after that capitulation he began to scapegoat the players and freeze certain players out, it all snowballed from there.
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SO a the point it all started to go wrong, we won 6 of our next 7 games

posted on 19/4/21

comment by Devonshirespur (U6316)
posted 27 minutes ago
comment by Don_tottenham (U3372)
posted 1 hour, 20 minutes ago
comment by Christo-pherk off ESL (U20930)
posted 28 minutes ago
comment by Don_tottenham (U3372)
posted 4 minutes ago
Incredible relief from me this morning. Wasn’t interested in watching an ounce of football with Jose there, that’s how bad it got for me. I will come on and admit when I’m wrong and I was totally blinded by the Jose train when he joined. Turned against him in December v Brighton and I haven’t looked back since. Don’t feel sorry for him, he’s got a lovely 15 mil pay out. Just happy we go into the final Sunday with a 5% chance of winning it, rather than 0%.
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Not trying to antagonise you Don just genuinely curious - are you still more interested in trophies than you are in good football? Or has the Jose period made you realise that you can't really handle such boring football?
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I want this club to win trophies but he clearly lost the dressing room and we weren’t winning Sunday under him not a chance. I wasn’t to fussed when we were playing bland football earlier on but we were top of the league. What I won’t accept is awful football, toxic atmosphere and no results to show for it. That’s when I turned on Jose. The moment results weren’t backing through poor play.
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What makes you say he'd lost the dressing room?
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Alienating far too many players and causing a divide.

posted on 19/4/21

Why sack him before a cup final

posted on 19/4/21

comment by Flip Flop Flip Flop (U22503)
posted 2 minutes ago
Why sack him before a cup final
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because hes a cvnt?

posted on 19/4/21

comment by Phenom (U20037)
posted 2 seconds ago
comment by Flip Flop Flip Flop (U22503)
posted 2 minutes ago
Why sack him before a cup final
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because hes a cvnt?
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but in all seriousness, in any big game or against a top 10 team for the last 5 months, we havent looks up for it and that wasnt going to change for a cup final just because we had a guy who has won a fair few of them before at other clubs.

posted on 19/4/21

I disagree that it was the wrong appointment.

Spurs have had very decent squads and won feckall. Got so close so many time but lacked the quality to get us over the line.

If anyone has "gets them over the line" on their CV it was Jose. We just needed to add that ruthless winning mentality to the quality we have.

Why it hasnt worked to probably too complicated to answer - certainly we have deficiencies in our squad but Jose has shown himself in the second half of the season especially, to be unable to deliver in his strong areas. Strong defence, winning in the big moments, getting over the line. We are only in the cup final on the back of a friendly draw but have thrown away great positions in the FA Cup & Europa League.

Whatever you say about Jose's record, Poch's record in the last 24 league games of his tenure was much much worse. Everyone had lost faith and early in the season with a lot to play for, Jose made sense (although it took a bit of time for me to come to this conclusion after the painful demise of Poch). In this respect i do not think Levy can be blamed too harshly.

Levy certainly has his fault but he has also delivered the stadium which will see us compete financially. We are already the highest revenue earners in London so we have the money to compete, at least in the top 4. Its a shame we have not had the chance to really benefit from this. The one summer window after the stadium came on stream saw us spend £90m followed up in January with the deals for Bergwijn and LoCelso (another +£60m).

You can understand with this spending power why you go tried and tested rather than youthful potential, you rarely see the bigger clubs speculating on rookie managers.

I would be interested to know what direction fans think we go now...there is the unproven potential route of Naglesmann/Potter, the middle ground nearly-men
sorts like Rodgers or the old head Allegri-types

posted on 19/4/21

You can understand with this spending power why you go tried and tested rather than youthful potential, you rarely see the bigger clubs speculating on rookie managers.
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where are you hiding, see it all the time. man utd, chelsa and arsenal in the last couple of years.
or are they not big clubs?

posted on 19/4/21

comment by montleeds (U18330)
posted 1 hour, 13 minutes ago
You can understand with this spending power why you go tried and tested rather than youthful potential, you rarely see the bigger clubs speculating on rookie managers.
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where are you hiding, see it all the time. man utd, chelsa and arsenal in the last couple of years.
or are they not big clubs?
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That's why I said rarely.

How many of Utd Chlesea and Arsenal last managers have been rookies. very few.

Big Clubs go for the big men or younger 'club legends' in some rare circumstances.

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