Manager watch: Jose Mourinho

How do you feel about Mourinho appointment

  • Excited - silverware here we come baby

    Votes: 614 59.3%
  • Meh - will give him a chance and hope he is successful

    Votes: 373 36.0%
  • Horrified - praying for the day he'll fuck off

    Votes: 48 4.6%

  • Total voters
    1,035

stevespurs

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It’s exciting. I’m intrigued to see who improves under his coaching. With his year away from managing, I hope he has a masterplan just ready to roll.
 

HildoSpur

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I've always loved Jose, I love his arrogance and the way he can wind people up. I'm really delighted we got him as I think he is exactly what the club needs right now. We need to be less nice and start being pricks to get those wins. Jose will sort out this mess quickly and ruthlessly and that is fine by me. It's a sign of how far we have come as a club that the likes of Jose would even come to us. That's down to Poch.
 

Dougal

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So Kane is the new Drogba, Dele is the new Lampard. Now we just need central defender who’ll shag his teammates wife.

Annnnnndddd... we’re good to go.
 

si_yidarmy

I watch Tottenham on a Wednesday night
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Apr 17, 2005
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I am devastated. It feels like someone has died

However, life goes on and I have no choice but to back the new manager (head coach) and my team, it is in my Veins and Heart. If JM does not amount to anything then the club needs to be sold in my opinion and a fresh mindset from above can be instilled.

COYS
 

bigfrooj

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Anyone who thinks Spurs under Pochettino have played good football all the time clearly hasn’t been watching closely enough. Mourinho’s teams haven’t all been pragmatic, there has been some brilliant stiff too. If pragmatism is the price for some success I’ll take it. What we did need was to turn things right around and you won’t get a bigger contrast than Pochettino and Mourinho, that’s for sure.
 

cider spurs

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Truly loved some of the memories Poch and co. helped deliver for the club and fans. For that his tenure will always be remembered fondly by myself.

However, there is no denying that over this past season that the results were nothing short of dire for various reasons, so maybe the time was indeed right to part ways.

Still weirdly kinda feels sad though. Not sure if Mourinho is the answer, but can't deny the bloke's a winner. He could be exactly what we need, but as others have mentioned, he certainly comes with pros and cons in equal measure.

I guess time will tell. I wish you well Mourinho, and as for Poch... nothing but thanks for the memories.
 

djee

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Nov 24, 2004
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I totally respect those who are skeptical but, I genuinely believe a refreshed Jose will galvanize this highly talented but incredibly underperforming squad.

Long live the king.
 

Hakkz

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I totally respect those who are skeptical but, I genuinely believe a refreshed Jose will galvanize this highly talented but incredibly underperforming squad.

Long live the king.
Absolutely. I've very aware this could end either way but it's better than going as we did.
 

EastLondonYid

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Surely we're not that unlucky and he will suddenly turns into a loser...
He was my preferred choice after the wrongful sacking of Poch
 
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