Sport news IAN HERBERT: It's scandalous that yesterday's man Jose Mourinho can point the finger at his Tottenham players when HE is presiding over serial decline... it's become very clear that under his management, talented stars only become worse Metine

MetiNews.Com - IAN HERBERT: You really do wonder how Mourinho keeps getting away with it. Proclaiming that the failure to win is the fault of his players and none of his own, whilst presiding over serial decline.

Sport news IAN HERBERT: It's scandalous that yesterday's man Jose Mourinho can point the finger at his Tottenham players when HE is presiding over serial decline... it's become very clear that under his management, talented stars only become worse Metine

MetiNews.Com - IAN HERBERT: You really do wonder how Mourinho keeps getting away with it. Proclaiming that the failure to win is the fault of his players and none of his own, whilst presiding over serial decline.

Sport news  IAN HERBERT: It's scandalous that yesterday's man Jose Mourinho can point the finger at his Tottenham players when HE is presiding over serial decline... it's become very clear that under his management, talented stars only become worse Metine
23 February 2021 - 00:15

Breaking News ! The contrasting observations of Jose Mourinho and Brendan Rodgers in the past 24 hours have said everything about those two managers, which of them you would want at your club and which of them should never have darkened the door of Tottenham Hotspur in the first place.'For a long, long, long, long time we have problems in the team that I cannot resolve by myself as a coach,' said Mourinho after his team's fifth league defeat in six saw any hope of next season's Champions League recede yet further. 'It's a joy to watch. That's why we're here as coaches - to maximise their talents,' said Brendan Rodgers after players he has tangibly improved secured victory at Aston Villa, making next season's Champions League a strong possibility. Jose Mourinho is passing the buck and blaming his players for Tottenham's woeful form Mourinho is failing to get the best out of the players he has got at his disposal at Spurs RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next MARTIN SAMUEL: The stars are aligning for Manchester City in... Man City fans could watch their team lift the Premier League... Tottenham 'could sell Matt Doherty this summer unless his... Jose Mourinho insists his methods are 'second to nobody' but... Share this article Share You really do wonder how Mourinho keeps getting away with it. Proclaiming, as he also did at Manchester United, that the failure to win is the fault of his players and none of his own, whilst presiding over serial decline. Footballers quite clearly become a shadow of their former selves under his management. But Mourinho with his rhetorical flourishes - 'a long, long, long, long time' - and his brooding countenance - gets away with it. It's a crime.An excellent segment on Sunday night's Match of the Day 2 got to the heart of it, in the way that Mark Chapman's broadcasting on that programme so often does, by cutting through the nonsense. Aren't managers supposed to make players better? Chapman asked.The answer, of course, is yes. Mourinho's failure to bring out the best in some of the world's best is abundantly clear - scandalously clear - to those capable of seeing through the pomp. The roll call of those dumped by him in the past 16 years includes Kevin de Bruyne and Mohamed Salah.  Mourinho's shortcomings are amplified by Brendan Rodgers, who is improving his players Under Mourinho's stewardship, talented players like Dele Alli have gone backwards 81 - José Mourinho has earned 81 points after 50 league matches in charge of Spurs, his lowest total at this stage in any managerial stint:124 points - Porto126 - Chelsea (1st spell)113 - Inter123 - Real Madrid114 - Chelsea (2nd spell)95 - Man Utd81 - SpursDwindling. pic.twitter.

. Dele Alli, Danny Rose, Gareth Bale and Matt Doherty are among those deemed inadequate at Spurs. MOURINHO'S RECORD AS TOTTENHAM BOSS (All Competitions) Games: 75Wins: 39Draws: 15Defeats: 21 adverts.addToArray({"pos":"mpu_factbox"})Advertisement Doherty has barely been tried out. Just nine league starts since the £15m move from Wolves, where he was a star.And then there is Ryan Sessegnon, the prodigious young Fulham full-back whose big money move we speculated upon for years before he moved to Spurs, two months before Mourinho rolled up. He got just seven full games before seeking refuge at Hoffenheim out of a desperation just to play. He has flourished there.Mourinho's failings are amplified by the way that other - better - managers are getting more out of the players at their disposal. More vital than ever because stratospheric transfer market spend will simply not re-surface in the post pandemic world. Rodgers is the supreme example. David Moyes is another.The statistics used to accompany the Match of the Day 2 segment compared Mourinho's last 50 games at Spurs with Pochettino's last 50. Despite his £120m of spend, Spurs have secured four points fewer, scored five goals fewer and conceded three goals more under him. That's Mourinho for you. An architect of decline. Yesterday's man. The Portuguese boss has a history of ruining players' confidence like Mo Salah at Chelsea It's a crime that Mourinho keeps getting away with it when he is a manger who is in decline RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next MARTIN SAMUEL: The stars are aligning for Manchester City in... Man City fans could watch their team lift the Premier League... Tottenham 'could sell Matt Doherty this summer unless his... Jose Mourinho insists his methods are 'second to nobody' but... Share this article Share

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Sport news IAN HERBERT: It's scandalous that yesterday's man Jose Mourinho can point the finger at his Tottenham players when HE is presiding over serial decline... it's become very clear that under his management, talented stars only become worse Metine


Sport news IAN HERBERT: It's scandalous that yesterday's man Jose Mourinho can point the finger at his Tottenham players when HE is presiding over serial decline... it's become very clear that under his management, talented stars only become worse Metine


Sport news IAN HERBERT: It's scandalous that yesterday's man Jose Mourinho can point the finger at his Tottenham players when HE is presiding over serial decline... it's become very clear that under his management, talented stars only become worse Metine


Sport news IAN HERBERT: It's scandalous that yesterday's man Jose Mourinho can point the finger at his Tottenham players when HE is presiding over serial decline... it's become very clear that under his management, talented stars only become worse Metine

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