Jose Mourinho was released by Tottenham before his 2023 Carabao Cup final contract was revoked
Tottenham have sacked manager Jose Mourinho, and the contract, which was supposed to last until the summer of 2023, has been premature.
Chelsea and former Manchester United bosses have shown the door in North London that Spurs will face Manchester City in the Carabao Cup final a few days earlier.
Mourinho was named heir to Mauricio Pochettino in November 2019 because of his own test trophy in the trophy, but he will leave empty-handed now.
What did the Spurs say?
In a statement, Spurs said: “The club can announce today that Jose Mourinho and his coaches Joao Sacramento, Nuno Santos, Carlos Lalin and Giovanni Cerra have been released from their posts.”
Spurs president Daniel Levy said: “Jose and his coach have been with us during some of the most difficult times we have had as a club. Jose is a true professional who has shown tremendous resilience in the pandemic.
“On a personal level I enjoyed working with him and I regret that things didn’t work out as we both planned. He will always be welcome here and we want to thank him and his coach for his contribution.”
Spurs have confirmed that former club midfielder Ryan Mason, who is currently the head of player development, will take on first-team training sessions on Monday.
Mourinho’s record in Tottenham
Questions were asked about the methods of the 58-year-old All the time spent in Spurs ’management.
Accusations of great prudence were never far removed from the Portuguese, supposedly with a defensive mindset, won few admirers among a keen fan.
He was able to lead Tottenham to the League Cup final this season as they look to close out a 13-year wait for notable success, but are now looking for a new job.
Mourinho took 86 games as Spurs manager, scoring 44 wins from those outings with 19 draws and 23 defeats.
Spurs’ decision to end his relationship with a high-profile coach will be revealed after the club. He plans to create a new Super League in Europe.
Goal he has learned that the decision to split with Mourinho is based on results and has nothing to do with the Super League prediction.
The Premier League’s “Big Six” have given their name to the proposal, which aims to pit elite clubs across the continent in a one-week competition from 2021-22.
Mourinho will not enter this bold new world – at least not with Tottenham – and is back on the market after 17 months with the English third side of his coaching career.
Who can take on Tottenham?
As the Spurs look for a new leader, the recruitment network is expected to be thrown away.
Julian Nagelsmann RB Leipzig’s very high coach is leading the early betting market, he is expected to hear the services of the 33-year-old.
Former Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri is another name in the frame, along with Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers and club legend Ledley King.
Steven Gerrard, the Rangers who have just started directing the lake for the Scottish Premiership title, could be approached while he was the leader of Liverpool and Chelsea. Rafa Benitez finds himself out of work and looking for another role in England.