Paulo Fonseca reveals Paratici pulled out of the deal

Former AS Roma manager Paulo Fonseca has revealed Tottenham Hotspur managing director Fabio Paratici pulled out of the deal to appoint him as Jose Mourinho’s successor in the summer. Having failed to reach an agreement with managers such as Antonio Conte, Mauricio Pochettino and Gennaro Gattuso, former Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo was appointed asContinue reading “Paulo Fonseca reveals Paratici pulled out of the deal”

Mourinho criticises senior players after England’s defeat

England’s dreams of a win in a major international tournament in 55 years ended in an agonising heartbreak after they were defeated by Italy in a penalty shootout. Gareth Southgate’s team failed to convert their last three spot-kicks to hand Italy the title. Despite taking an early lead in the game through Luke Shaw, EnglandContinue reading “Mourinho criticises senior players after England’s defeat”

Mourinho opens up on United and Spurs managerial roles

Jose Mourinho has opened up on his previous managerial stints at Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur. The Portuguese was appointed as the manager of AS Roma after being sacked at Spurs in early April. Mourinho was unveiled to the press on Thursday after putting pen to paper on a three year deal at Stadio Olimpico.Continue reading “Mourinho opens up on United and Spurs managerial roles”

Harry Kane opens up on Nuno and Mourinho

Tottenham Hotspur captain Harry Kane has praised Nuno Espirito Santo, who was appointed as the Spurs manager last week. Representing England at the Euro 2020 tournament, Kane admitted he would discuss about his future with the manager and sporting director after the event. Kane, who was criticised for his below par performances in the groupContinue reading “Harry Kane opens up on Nuno and Mourinho”

Mourinho insists previous experiences have made him better

Former Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho has revealed that his previous experiences at various clubs have made him a much better manager now. The Portuguese is considered one of the most successful managers, with success in Serie A, Premier League and La Liga. Mourinho, who was appointed as the new manager of Italian club AS RomaContinue reading “Mourinho insists previous experiences have made him better”

Nuno calls for togetherness

Tottenham’s new Head coach Nuno Espirito Santo has called for hard work and togetherness after taking charge of the North London club. Having sacked Jose Mourinho in April, Spurs struggled to find their new manager after interviewing a host of candidates, and appointed the former Wolves manager yesterday. With Tottenham finishing sixth last season andContinue reading “Nuno calls for togetherness”

Mourinho opens up on Kevin De Bruyne

Joe Mourinho has opened up on Chelsea’s decision to sell Kevin De Bruyne during his second managerial spell at Chelsea. Having signed from Genk in 2012, the Belgian made just nine appearances for Chelsea before joining Wolfsburg, and then eventually Manchester City. De Bruyne has won three Premier League titles, five EFL Cups and theContinue reading “Mourinho opens up on Kevin De Bruyne”

Mourinho opens up on Eden Hazard

Former Chelsea and Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho has criticised Eden Hazard for his attitude in trainings. The duo worked together for a couple of years, and the Belgian international was instrumental in Chelsea’a Premier League victory in 2015. Having joined Real Madrid for a whopping £130m, the forward has struggled to replicate his form forContinue reading “Mourinho opens up on Eden Hazard”

Tottenham end managerial talks with Fonseca

Tottenham Hotspur’s managerial hunt took another twist as they ended their talks with Paulo Fonseca earlier today. The former AS Roma manager looked certain to take over the reigns at Tottenham, only for the contract talks to fall through because of issues related to taxes. Sources close to Fonseca revealed that the Italian law providedContinue reading “Tottenham end managerial talks with Fonseca”

Tottenham close to announcing their new manager

Tottenham Hotspur are edging closer to appoint Paulo Fonseca as their new manager after sacking Jose Mourinho in April. The swap in managerial positions will see Fonseca, the former AS Roma manager move to Tottenham, while Mourinho takes over the reigns at Roma. Having missed out on other targets such as Brendan Rodgers and Ajax’sContinue reading “Tottenham close to announcing their new manager”