VIDEO: Jose Mourinho gives honest assessment of Spurs display in Bournemouth draw

VIDEO: Jose Mourinho gives honest assessment of Spurs display in Bournemouth draw

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Jose Mourinho was pleased with Tottenham’s attitude, but felt his side weren’t “sharp enough” in their draw with Bournemouth on Thursday.

Spurs knew that three points would have moved them above Arsenal and up to 7th in the Premier League, but Mourinho’s men were unable to produce a single attempt on target, and sit 9th in the standings going into Sunday’s north London derby.

In truth, Tottenham were extremely fortunate not to leave the Vitality Stadium empty-handed after Callum Wilson had a late goal disallowed for handball before his namesake Harry was denied by Hugo Lloris in stoppage-time when one-on-one.

Watch everything Mourinho said below.

2 COMMENTS

  1. Daniel Levy is facing the biggest crisis of his Chairmanship of this ONCE great club;and do you know what,I, he and I believe the vast majority of the Spurs fans haven’t got a viable clue how he is going to get out of this almighty mess.
    A clueless clown as coach who is being paid a fortune for doing an appalling job; a huge debt hanging over the club,players who are like strangers on the pitch,no footballer in their right frame of mind will want to join us(not that we will want to pay good money in any case) and no fans with any brain wanting to pay good money to watch this “bunch of amateurs” at our new stadium.
    At this rate,at the end of next season we will be fighting relegation to the Championship in front of 10/15.000 spectators.
    Over to you Mr.Levy.

  2. It is all starting to unravel for enic. The covid came at the wrong time. With no money from the fans dl faces some interesting decisions. Does he stick with jose? Simple answer is he has to he cannot afford to get rid of him. The cost added into the other debt does not dare be considered. However how long next season if the poor play continues does he back jose. Does he dare back him in the summer transfer window. Who does he sell player wise. Who does he keep and who does he trust as none seem to know what they want or what they are doing players included. Going to be a box office smash hit.

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