Jose Mourinho has been fired as Tottenham manager with Ryan Mason set to take over until June according to Telegram.
This sacking serves as a big blow to the vibrant Jose Mourinho who was set to oversee Tottenham in a big match which is supposed to be played soon.
In the meantime, this is the first club that Jose Mourinho has left trophy less in his illustrious managerial career.
Just recently, Jose Mourinho’s side, Tottenham Hotspurs were embarrassed and eliminated from Europa League by Dynamo Zagreb whose coach had been sentenced in prison.
Spurs traveled to Croatia up 2-0 on aggregate, and they could have easily booked passage to the Europa League quarterfinals with a single goal. With a top-four position in the Premier League a dubious proposition, winning the Europa League was the best chance for Jose Mourinho’s squad’s to reach the Champions League next season.
All Tottenham needed to do to advance was score one time, then not lose 4-1, or hold Dinamo under two goals, or do anything other than lose 3-0. But they did lose 3-0, despite fielding what was close to their strongest starting lineup. Mislav Orsic put three beauties past keeper Hugo Lloris, all after halftime, with the last coming in the second half of extra time.
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Further, Tottenham Hotspur manager Jose Mourinho was recently handed a suspended one-match European competition ban, UEFA.
Mourinho was deemed to be responsible for the late kickoff of Spurs’ Europa League match at Royal Antwerp on Oct. 29.
Tottenham were also fined 25,000 euros ($29,565) for the late kickoff plus 3,000 euros for a breach of UEFA’s equipment regulations.