‘Disgrace on You Spurs’: Some fans respond as Jose Mourinho designated as the new supervisor
Tottenham Hotspur have declared on their club official site that Jose Mourinho has been delegated as their new director.
Mourinho, the previous Chelsea and Manchester United chief, has concurred a long haul bargain that runs till 2023.
The two-times Champions League winning director has said that he is eager to have joined the north London club, and that the nature of the squad and the club institute has pulled in him.
Numerous Spurs fans have taken to long range informal communication site Twitter to express their response after the news broke out. Here are a portion of the chose tweets:
Sequential Winner, that is everything that could possibly be said.
— Manny (@MannyTHFC) November 20, 2019
Blended emotions yet I anticipate saturday
— H (@GioCelsosiuu) November 20, 2019
Disgrace on You Spurs… You sacked the best administrator we have ever had for Jose 1/2 years… Unbelievable ⚽️👍🏾 #COYS
— Paul Cain ⚽🎥⚽🙈🙉🙊⚽ (@Black69anther) November 20, 2019
Salt on our wounds😠😡😡😡
— Mohit Tottenham Lilywhite (@spurs_mohit) November 20, 2019
As much as I need the group to lift, if the players lift for Jose, that will be the greatest disgrace.
Poch has been forgotten about totally wide open to the harshe elements by his failing to meet expectations wantaways. Perhaps the saddest days in my ongoing memory.
— Matthew Comito (@matthewcomito) November 20, 2019
Welcome Jose! Toll doesn’t care for going through cash so good karma
— George (@georgespursvlog) November 20, 2019
Tottenham have made a poor beginning to the season and at present end up at 14th in the Premier League. They will take on West Ham after the global break.
Prods declared yesterday that they have separated path with Mauricio Pochettino. The Argentine was a most loved among the fans, and took Spurs to the Champions League last season where they lost to Liverpool in Madrid.
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