Jose Mourinho Finally Breaks Silence After Being Sacked By Tottenham

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Top Football Coach Jose Mourinho has broken his silence on Instagram after his exit from Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur on Monday.

The Portuguese was appointed by Daniel Levy in November of 2019 after Mauricio Pochettino left the club.

Mourinho came the North London club on the end of a bad run of match results, which was clearly stated by best us online casinos.

After leaving the Spurs’ training ground on Monday morning, Mourinho was spoken to by photographers and reporters as soon as he arrived.

He shared a video on social media of the scene outside his London home.

“I don’t get any privacy, even my friend Gary is now disturbing me. That’s just how my life works,” said Mourinho.

When asked by Premier League broadcaster Sky Sports reporter about his sack, he said: “No plans to say anything, you know me I won’t say anything.

“No time to rest, I’m always in football.”

Mourinho wasn’t the only one at the club that was sacked on Monday, and his coaching crew also left the club.

There was an official statement of the Tottenham Hotspur website which announced the exit of Jose Mourinho and his coaching Staffs from the club.

Spurs Chairman, Daniel Levy, said: “Jose and his coaching staff stayed with us through some of the most difficult times as a Club. Jose is a professional who showed his resilience during the pandemic.

“On a personal note, I am delighted to have worked with him and regret that things did not work out as we both had hoped. He will always be welcomed here.”

A few days before Jose Mourinho was sacked it, it became clear that his time at the club was coming to an end, and now is looking forward to the next step for the Portuguese.

Tottenham have lost seven of their last 14 matches in the English Premier League, and won only five of those games.

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