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Tottenham sources share potential worry for Jose Mourinho in fresh update - Report
According to a report by journalist Dean Jones, writing for Eurosport, Tottenham Hotspur sources indicate that while boss Jose Mourinho is in no ‘immediate‘ danger, his position looks set to be ‘assessed‘ as the season plays out – with no guarantees he won’t be sacked at the end of this campaign. Jose Mourinho facing pressure […]Mourinho, who has seen his side slip down the Premier League table into ninth, with their latest blow coming in the form of a comprehensive 3-0 defeat to league leaders Manchester City, looks to be under increasing pressure as this news emerges.
Tottenham have lost five of their last six Premier League games and José Mourinho had never known that.Everyone was waiting for José Mourinho to return to the Premier League and apart from Tottenham's rivals, everyone was hoping to see the Portuguese manager make Spurs a team of blows (in every sense of the word) and cuts. But the trophies are long overdue since the arrival of the Special One. Worse still, the Portuguese coach seems to be in full decline as some stats show. The worst series of Mourinho Leaders of the Premier League for four days in early December, Spurs are now vegetating in 9th place 9 points behind West Ham, which currently occupies the last folding seat qualifying for the Champions League. The London club have lost five of their last six league games and Mourinho even has the worst winning ratio for a club manager since Spaniard Juande Ramos (2007-2008), who had never experienced such a negative streak. in his coaching career. Mourinho can still allow her team to bounce back, they who have qualified for the League Cup final against the ogre Manchester City. It will not be easy.
"I think.." - Exclusive: Pundit predicts how long Spurs will give Mourinho amid Rodgers links .
Tottenham Hotspur have been backed to stick with Jose Mourinho amid links with Leicester boss Brendan RodgersSpurs have endured a difficult spell this season and fell as low as ninth in the Premier League table.