Tottenham manager, Jose Mourinho has rediscovered his mojo at Spurs, according to Peter Crouch.
Crouch has seen lots of improvements in the team even if the results have not been as great as they want.
According to him, the Portuguese manager is back to his old self and he smiles more these days, which is the Mourinho we were all used to
He added that Mourinho can provide that instant fix Spurs needs at the moment.
His words, “I think that the Mourinho we are seeing now is back to his old self.
“I’m sure you have seen the clip of him howling with laughter one second then leaping out of his seat to remonstrate with the fourth official the next [in a 2-0 win over Manchester City]. That is Mourinho in a nutshell, all theatrics and combat. I know he is not to everyone’s taste, but I believe he has rediscovered his mojo.
“When Mourinho was appointed, I wrote here about his unveiling press conference and how it looked like he had a glint in his eye. Things have not gone smoothly since he replaced Mauricio Pochettino, with injuries and transfer sagas, but it struck me in the City game that he was so full of life.
“Think about the man you saw at Manchester United. When did he ever do something that was so off the cuff to get you talking? He looked weary at Old Trafford, almost from the start, but that did not stop him winning two of the club’s three trophies since the days of Sir Alex Ferguson.
“Mourinho wins things. There might still be some Tottenham fans who are uncomfortable cheering for him, so soon after the departure of the man who was universally adored, but what will those fans think if he gives them a big day out in May?
“I’ve had enough of saying that Tottenham play great football, that they develop players and they are a team to be enjoyed.
“I want to see Tottenham win a trophy. I want the supporters to have lasting memories and there is no one better at providing an instant fix than Mourinho.”
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