Sport Mourinho's eternal litany of the guilt of others!
Spurs-Star: Mourinho started "war in my head"
José Mourinho is a trainer of clear words. His players also feel this regularly. A Tottenham star speaks about the sharp criticism of him. © Provided by sport1.de Spurs star: Mourinho triggered "war in my head" After three defeats in a row, Tottenham Hotspur got back on track with their 2-0 win against West Bromwich Albion.
In November 2019, thelanded an apparent coup on the coach market and hired star coach , who had previously worked at Manchester United. A little more than a year later, however, disillusionment has spread around the New White Hart Lane.
In the current table, a team from London is one of the coveted Champions League places. But these are the Hammers from West Ham. The Spurs are far behind (nine points) in ninth place (admittedly with one player less than the Clarets).
West Ham 2-1 Tottenham: Jose Mourinho claims he and coaching team are 'second to none' in wake of latest defeat
Spurs have lost five of their last six Premier League matches.Spurs dominated possession at the London Stadium but couldn't do much with the ball as the Hammers defended resolutely and took better advantage of their chances. The result sees West Ham into the Champions League places for the time being, while ninth-place Tottenham have now lost five of their last six league fixtures.
So what exactly happened to the team that reached the final of the Champions League in 2019 with their inspiring attacking football and delighted fans across Europe?
Or to put it another way: what makes Mourinho obviously worse than his predecessor Mauricio Pochettino, who is now in command of PSG? According to the Special One: nothing. And that's why resigning is out of the question for him.
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Mourinho has no doubts about his work or that of his staff anyway. "Not at all. Zero!", As he announced to the BBC after the loss to West Ham on Sunday.Self-criticism? - Nothing!
Because the results are the "consequences of many things during a game". And in general, his training methods (and those of his assistants) are "as good as any other in the world!"
West Ham up to fourth as troubled Spurs crash again
West Ham moved into fourth in the Premier League with a 2-1 win against troubled Tottenham on Sunday that left their London rivals' top four bid in tatters. Jose Mourinho's side slumped to a fifth defeat in their last six league games as they paid the price for a sloppy defensive display at the London Stadium. Michail Antonio put West Ham in front early in the first half and Jesse Lingard doubled the hosts' advantage after the break. Lucas MouraJose Mourinho's side slumped to a fifth defeat in their last six league games as they paid the price for a sloppy defensive display at the London Stadium.
Apparently Mourinho cannot (or does not want to) recognize the obvious contradiction. And he prefers to refer to problems that he inherited from his predecessors in the office of head coach. The club has had problems for a "very, very, very long time" - and he alone, as a coach, cannot solve them. "No coach" could do that.
The 58-year-old does not want to see a crisis in his team, which has suffered five defeats in the last eight competitive games - and instead takes refuge in terminological paraphrases. He'd rather call it a "bad run". He probably doesn't know exactly where the difference should be.
A letter of application for an extension of his contract, which runs until 2023, is not such a "self-analysis". It will be interesting to see how club boss Daniel Levy will react to Mourinho's apparent perplexity.
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