Jose Mourinho came under fire once again – this time ignoring the UK’s lockdown regulations by leading a training session with a handful of his first-teams Tottenham players.
The Spurs boss was seen training players like Davinson Sanchez, Tanguy Ndombele and Ryan Sessegnon in a public park in London and this news has created a lot of whirlwind in the media.
And now reports are claiming this unwise action from the manager has caused a fair bit of trouble to the Spurs management and even a number of players are not too pleased with the actions of their teammates and their manager.
But Jose Mourinho has thankfully understood the flagrant mistake he has made and has come out to apologise for his mistake saying:
“I accept that my actions were not in line with government protocol and we must only have contact with members of our own household,
“It is vital we all play our part and follow government advice in order to support our heroes in the NHS and save lives.”
Jose Mourinho’s park session with Tanguy Ndombele was not primarily about fitness.— TranSPURS (@TranSPURS) April 8, 2020
It was more a psychological strategy to make Ndombele feel important and part of the team.
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Some fans have come out to support this action from their new manager claiming Mourinho was just trying to stay ahead of the curve when the Premier League season decides to resume.
Is Jose Mourinho losing his sensibilities?
We hate to accept this but yes, the former Man United boss seems to be clueless right now and he is willing to do anything in order to taste top-flight success once again.
You see a couple of years ago, Mourinho wouldn’t have made such a mistake but right now his mind is more focused on how to get back to the top rather than playing football correctly.
For most of his managerial career, Jose Mourinho has been the perfect blend of arrogance and success, winning trophies with Porto, Chelsea and even Inter Milan.
But during the past couple of seasons, success has eluded him at almost every stage which is making his arrogance stick out like a sore thumb.
This is the first time that the Portuguese has fallen so low in his managerial career and quite simply he does not know how to get back. And this is perhaps the biggest reason why the Spurs boss was ready to coach his players even during the scares of a pandemic.
And to wrap this rant up, we are afraid this isn’t the last time he will make such a mistake since the only thing that can bring back normalcy into his life is when he picks up a major trophy.