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Spurs chairman Daniel Levy mourns “things have not worked out” with Jose Mourinho

Daniel Levy, the Tottenham Hotspur chairman has voiced his regret that things didn’t actually worked out with the Portuguese mastermind Jose Mourinho at the club. The English giants sacked “The Special One” today just after 18 months of appointment at the London based club.

Jose Mourinho joined the Lilywhites in 2019 and replaced Mauricio Pochettino after being sacked by Manchester United back in 2018. With the Portuguese’s arrival, the club from London dreamt of a much anticipated silverware, however that has only stayed as a distant dream.

Talking to the media, the Spurs chairman conveyed, “On a personal level, I have enjoyed working with him and regret that things have not worked out as we both had envisaged. He will always be welcome here and we should like to thank him and his coaching staff for their contribution.”

Jose is a true professional, thinks Daniel Levy

Tottenham brought in Mourinho to end their Trophy drought that now extended to 13 long years. The last time Spurs have won a trophy was back in 2008. Levy, the chairman further asserted, “Jose and his coaching staff have been with us through some of our most challenging times as a club. Jose is a true professional who showed enormous resilience during the pandemic.”

Rumours are coming up that Spurs sacked their coach Mourinho after the 58-year-old’s alleged protest against the recently hyped up and controversial European Super League. Rumours say that Jose was against the club’s decision to take part in the Super League.

However, renowned football analyst Fabrizio Romano called off the rumour and stated that the Tottenham board has taken the decision based on the team’s performance. The sacking had nothing to do with the club’s participation in European Super League. Former Spurs player Ryan Mason to take the charge of the club from Monday, the club sources revealed.

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