I'd have little problem with Mourinho if it meant winning things, problem is the shit you get with him if he doesn't (and sometimes still if he does) win things.To be honest, I can't stand the bloke and his style of play but part of me would want us to go all out for Mourinho purely to win something finally.
Although knowing Spurs we wouldn't win anything and we'd just get all the "lolz you can't even win with Mourinho" comments.
Mate I mentioned this last season regarding how bad our defeats were for a club with top four aspirations, and certain members tried to ridicule me for mentioning it even going as far to say that defeats didn't matter because we had won a few more I kid you not.Since beating Borussia Dortmund 3-0 at Wembley in February, our record is: P25 W8 D5 L12. That is relegation form. For a team that had the best defence and the best away record in Poch's first 3 seasons, we now have an away record that has no wins in it for a very long time and look as pourous defensively as any team in the league. We are a team in decline and something needs to change. Either the manager changes something himself or the chairman will have to. Poch deserves time, he's our best manager of the last 40 years, and has shown us loyalty. But Levy needs to tell him it's up to him to turn it around as the current personnel and system is not working.
I think it's also hyperbolic to imply that he's turned the around like we did a Man City (minus the money). AVBs half season aside, we were a top 5 side for years - we've been better, but it hasn't been the meteoroic difference that is implied.
Fans are going to be understandable angry at Pochettino especially after a run of 8 months without an away win in the Premier League. Something is very very wrong, that team today is good enough to finish in the top 3.