If Jose Mourinho seems to have many more detractors than Mauricio Pochettino, he replaced on the side of Hotspur Tottenham on Wednesday, the Portuguese can however rely on a winners who speaks very largely in his favor, where the Argentine always runs after his first title …
Jose Mourinho leaves no one indifferent in the world of football. His methods of management, his arrogance or his method of communication obviously do not please everyone. The fans of Tottenham have had to learn to hate him in recent years, especially when he was Chelsea's boss, and some of them may blame him, at least at the beginning of his reign, for his versatility. since the "Special One" had recently opened wide the doors of a return on a bench, on the side of the great rivals of Arsenal to replace Unai Emery.
As soon as he arrives, the Portuguese already have things to be forgiven, but there is no doubt that he will find a ploy and the right speech to forget the past. Especially if he does not play in his favor … The former coach of Real Madrid or Inter Milan may not hesitate to remember how he remains a coach synonymous with victory. Squawka looked at the winners of 56-year-old Jose Mourinho to compare with Mauricio Pochettino, who was nine years younger than his 47-year-old. And the least we can say is that there is no photo … "Mou" led 909 games from the edge of the field, for 589 wins, 186 draws and 134 losses. Arriving at the crossing to hang 25 titles. Even during his term at least discussed at Manchester United, he managed to pocket the Community Shield (2016), the League Cup (2017) and the Europa League (2017).
But on the other side of the Channel, the Spurs rather convey a picture of losers. Having been in Tottenham since 2014, Mauricio Pochettino did not win anything, and could not do better than a League Cup final (2015), a place of vice-champion of England (2017), and a final of the Champions League (2019). Previously, the Argentinean had not won any title on the side of Espanyol Barcelona and Southampton, for his first two coaching experiences. In total, from the top of his 514 games, for 235 wins, 118 draws and 161 losses, the banned has never won anything in his career as a technician. He has a record of 45.7% victories, against 64.8% to his successor. Daniel Levy, the boss of the London club, wants the title scarcity that lasts since 2008 and a success in the League Cup, stops. And it is Jose Mourinho and his eloquent prize list that have been selected …