Jose Mourinho has been relieved off duties as the manager of the North London club, just less than 7 days before Tottenham fight it out with Manchester City at the Carabao Cup final.
Jose Mourinho was invited to a talk with Spurs chairman Daniel Levy on Monday morning and the sack was solely due to poor run of games and not because of Tottenham Hotspur involvement with the breakaway European Super League.
Tottenham later then confirmed Jose Mourinho including his coaching team; Nuno Santos, Joao Sacramento, Giovanni Cerra and Carlos Lalin had all been fired with Ryan Mason taking over with the training session on Monday.
Jose Mourinho took over the role at Tottenham in November 2019, where he succeeded the ex manager Mauricio Pochettino who was also fired due to poor run of results. Jose Mourinho was contracted to stay with Tottenham Hotspur until the conclusion of the 2023 campaign.
In his first half season at the club, Jose Mourinho led the North London club from 14th position in the English Premier League log to end 6th – clinching a Europa League game for the next season – but were kicked out and outclassed of the UEFA Champions League at the round of 16 by 2009 formed German club RB Leipzig.
Jose Mourinho was sacked with Tottenham Hotspur seventh in the EPL standings, with five points margin in order to secure UEFA Champions League football for next season.
Tottenham Hotspur are already out of the campaign’s UEFA Europa League round of 16 where Croatian team Dinamo Zagreb did a massive second leg come back against the side.
Just so you are aware, no English Premier League team has lost more points from winning positions this top flight campaign than Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham Hotspur.