Mourinho inherited the managerial reins of management at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. After the reorganization of Mauricio Pochettino in November. He had a difficult job in hand after a poor start to the team in the 2019-20 campaign.
Mourinho is a ‘dream manager’
Jose Mourinho is a “dream manager” for the Spurs because he “believes” the club can win big trophies, says Ben Davies. Mourinho inherited the managerial reins of management at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. After the reorganization of Mauricio Pochettino in November. He had a difficult job in hand after a poor start to the team in the 2019-20 campaign. The Portuguese quickly managed to regain confidence as part of their new squad. Overseeing four wins from the first five Premier League matches at the helm to raise them back to the top half of the table. Tottenham’s improved form continued during the Christmas period. As they reached the Champions League knockout stages while closing the gap from the fourth Chelsea. But the results took a turn for the worse after the winter break.
The Spurs 2020 season started unluckily
Harry Kane’s injuries, Son Heung-Min and the January signing of Steven Bergwijn left Mourinho sadly short in front of the options. So the Spurs started a six-match winless run before the season postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. During this period, the Spurs left Europe and the FA Cup, and questions were asked about the coach’s negative tactical approach amid reports of unrest in the dressing room. However, Davies insisted that Mourinho’s arrival was grand for the club, revealing how he helped him through the test loop on the sidelines after he got ankle ligament damage. “I think he was great for the club because who something of his height and caliber comes to the club, it gives everyone a lift,” Tottenham defender told reporters.
He gives a lot of support to the squad
“For people like him to believe that this club can win what he has, this is a dream manager.” If he trusts us, then we can give him everything and trust him. “For me, it was pretty hard. I got injured in his first game.” I can’t say a bad word about him, although because throughout my time he was injured in constant contact with me. He gave me so much support and made sure that when I returned, I was right. For me, it was brilliant.”
Davies added about how Mourinho organized regular virtual training to maintain a high level of fitness for the squad: “These are not normal times, and you don’t know what you will get from people, but what I see on Zoom, everything gives him everything, that they can.” These are challenging times, but having a person like him who is there every day, making sure that these sessions continue, that’s all you can ask for, and as players, we respond to that.”