A Tottenham fan has referred to as for Jose Mourinho to be sacked after Saturday’s thrashing to Man City.
Spurs slumped to a fourth defeat in 5 Premier League matches as Man City dispatched them 3-Zero on the Etihad.
Mourinho’s males are ninth within the desk and Tottenham fan Trevor has had sufficient.
He instructed talkSPORT: “Mourinho has to go, he’s going to take our membership down the drain.
“He arrange in opposition to Man City with a really, very offensive facet the place we had been going to go ahead, however they only didn’t do it.
“I’m fed up with this group. Now we have loads of poor gamers in that facet. We’re not nice.
“We had been taking the mickey out of Arsenal saying they’re happening… we’ll be fortunate if we end prime half.
“It must be in regards to the supervisor, he’s a dinosaur!”
Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris has additionally come under-fire for letting in comfortable objectives in opposition to Everton and Man City within the house of three days.
And talkSPORT pundit Gabby Agbonlahor believes Spurs No.2 Joe Hart, who was signed on a free switch in the summertime, ought to begin forward of the Frenchman.
Speaking about Tottenham’s frailties on the again, the previous Aston Villa ahead mentioned: “Once I take a look at Eric Dier, he’s acquired good attributes, however he hasn’t acquired the tempo.
“These days within the Premier League you’ve acquired to have that tempo to deal with the fast attackers and he doesn’t have that.
[Davinson] Sanchez has the tempo, however he’s very clumsy.
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“You take a look at the [Ilkay] Gundogan’s [second] objective, if he stays on his toes and runs with him, he tackles him.
“Spurs have gotten an enormous drawback at centre-back they usually want to herald some prime class centre-halves.
“The largest factor is the goalkeeper. If I used to be Mourinho I’d be giving Joe Hart an opportunity within the subsequent sport.”