English Premier League Side Tottenham Hotspurs FC have today announced the sacking of top Portuguese coach Jose Mourinho barely six days to the Carabao Cup finals between Tottenham Hotspurs and league leaders Man City.
In statement obtained from the Club’s website, Mourinho was relieved of his duties alongside his entire back room staff.
Tottenham Played 86 matches with Mourinho at the helm of affairs winning 45, drawing 17 and losing 24 games. The self styled “Special One” joined the London side in November 2019, after Current PSG Coach Mauricio Pochettino was sacked. His contract was due to run until the end of the 2022-23 season.
Mourinho’s sack by Spurs puts a dent in his “record trophy laden career” as his time with the London club will be the only time he didn’t a trophy since he hit the big time with Fc Porto. Former Player and former coach the Spurs under 19 team Ryan Mason will take charge of the first team’s training pending the announcement of a replacement for Mourinho, Mason was until his appointment as caretaker manager the head of player development (U-17 to U-23) at Spurs.