Jose Mourinho’s Brainwashing at Tottenham Hotspur


Jose Mourinho brainwashed the players Tottenham Hotspur. So said Tim Sherwood, a former Tottenham player, in assessing the team’s okay performance.

At the start of this season, Tottenham Hotspur were predicted as a candidate who really must be reckoned with in the race for the Premier League title.

Until the ninth week of the Premier League this season, Tottenham have collected 20 points on par with Liverpool. The two teams also compete closely at the top of the standings.

Tottenham are also the team with the fewest conceded goals (9 goals). By scoring 21 goals, the Lily Whites are only less fertile than Chelsea (22 goals). Chelsea and Spurs’ +12 goal difference is also the best in the Premier League so far.

According to the Sherwod Team, this cannot be separated from participation Jose Mourinho as a tactician Tottenham Hotspur. He also emphasized that Spurs deserve to be discussed as title contenders, especially with the presence of ‘world class’ players like Harry Kane and Son Heung-min.

“He has found a certain way with the players he has. He has bought (players) well, [Sergio] Reguilon has been a good signing at left-back, but for me [Pierre-Emile] Hojbjerg is the best signing. He matches his playing style and is able to protect two center-backs, “Sherwood said on talkSPORT Breakfast.

“Jose has brainwashed his players into believing he can chase something. These players deserve a trophy. When they play as well as they do, (Mourinho) he has brainwashed his players into believing. And why doubt him? He has already won 20. major trophies in a career and they are on the way to victories, so when the players start to believe that he (Mourinho) is totally okay, know what he’s talking about, why can’t we win the league as well?

“When we have players like Son and Kane, who are world class and who could possibly be in any team in the world, the opportunity is always there. They haven’t been too fantastic this season, but who cares?” he said about gait Tottenham Hotspur under the direction Jose Mourinho.

(krs / case)


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