Spurs have sacked Jose Mourinho after a disastrous run that left his season in tatters. This ends the spirited boss’s angry reign as he has been the third Premier League club to fire him since 2015.

The dismissal of former Champions League winner Mourinho is near the end of an unforgettable campaign against Tottenham, who have been in seventh place in the table after a terrible run of form since briefly taking the top at the beginning of the season.

Eliminated from the Europa League after a 3-0 defeat after extra time at Dinamo Zagreb due to a dire 3-0 defeat and had little prospect of qualifying for the Champions League next season, Spurs has been widely ridiculed for he had agreed to take part in the Champions League Most fans find that they are currently far behind the heavyweights of the continent.

encourages supporters: Mourinho will certainly be sacked if we don’t make the Champions League. Daniel Levy: What?

– Astead (@AsteadWesley) April 19, 2021

Mourinho could probably fund the entire Super League with all the payouts he has.

– Charles Watts (@charles_watts) April 19, 2021

Mourinho’s future was in doubt after publicly shutting down his frustrations with his players and developing an extremely cautious, counter-attacking style of play that was rarely enjoyable to look at, although it was believed that his chances of sticking to his job were strengthened by his previously close relationship on Daniel Levy and the reported $ 21 million payout that the Tottenham chairman needed to remove the Portuguese and his staff.

Spurs have won just one of their last six games, including a loss to arch-rivals Arsenal, a 3-1 home loss to Manchester United after a draw, and a draw against relegation-threatened Newcastle where they remained dependent on Harry Kane collapsed Deficit due to a brace from the English striker before he lost two points too late.

José Mourinho has been fired from Tottenham, confirmed. Ryan Mason is due to take over by June, Telegraph reports. 🚨⚪️ # Spurs # THFC @ JPercyTelegraph

– Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) April 19, 2021

Mourinho’s side have been signed to Kane doubles again after falling behind in a 2-2 final at Everton on Friday night and nearly erasing their hopes for a top-four finish.

The 58-year-old ex-Porto manager was set to lead Spurs into the League Cup final against runaway leaders Manchester City at Wembley on Sunday, something many fans feared given the contrasting form of the finalists.

He has received his third lucrative layoff since December 2015 when Chelsea fired the man who initially changed his fortune on the pitch after Russian owner Roman Abramovich took over the club in 2003.

Manchester United sacked Mourinho almost exactly three years later and reacted after just seven wins in their first 17 Premier League games during a period when they were known for tactics perceived as negative.

Jose Mourinho is fired. He is the first manager of the European Super League to lose his job.

– Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) April 19, 2021

🗣 “I get my strength from the people I love and the people who love me. I have so many Mourinists all over the world and I play for them.” Jose Mourinho talks about how his fans motivate himpic.twitter.com/RkVp7vF4Bn

– Football Daily (@footballdaily) April 19, 2021

United won the Europa League in Mourinho’s first season but were largely uninspired during his tenure in the Premier League. A Champions League round of 16 loss to Sevilla sparked a shame on the coach’s skills after a series of prickly press conferences, which included unreserved bragging rights about the three Premier League titles he won with Chelsea in 2005, 2006 and 2014.

The bitter end of his reign at Old Trafford made Mourinho a surprising choice to quickly replace popular Mauricio Pochettino in Spurs in November 2019, and the awe Levy had in him shone in an Amazon Prime documentary, “All or Nothing “to be shown. go behind the scenes at the club.

You have to listen to his interview with Jose Mourinho. He wears his heart up his sleeve watching a terrible night for the club … pic.twitter.com/Wwi2THhPBH

– Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) March 18, 2021

I hope everyone in the locker room feels responsible. “Hugo Lloris did not hold back after Tottenham left the Europa League. # UELpic.twitter.com/dl7JZYS8am

– Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) March 18, 2021

Any concerns Spurs fans who were concerned about the harmony of the dressing rooms after this series came to the fore after the miserable performance in Zagreb when Mourinho set the “attitude” of his squad in his post-game television interview and accused them of the Missing the basics of life, that is, respecting our jobs and giving everything. “

His words were reinforced almost simultaneously by club captain Hugo Lloris, who alluded heavily to disharmony while calling the squad a “shame”.

The goalkeeper reconsidered his explosive interview over the weekend, telling Sky Sports: “I’m the first to be guilty. But not just me. It’s the players. It’s the manager. It’s the coaching team. It. It is.” ” is the club, you know? “

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