Jose Mourinho is returning back to coaching after staying out of managerial role since his exit from Manchester United, and all eyes will be glued at him on how he works out things at his new club Tottenham Hotspur.
Tottenham fans are already excited about his appointment that works as a replacement for Mauricio Pochettino, but why exactly is he the special one for the Spurs?
He picks Tottenham Hotspur deep at position 14, meaning he must bring on board a different approach so as to lift the London-based outfit up the ladder.
His tactical prowess is unquestionable and his bias for midfield battle as a crucial factor in winning games is always conspicuous. But he also adjusts quickly to situations and change formations in search of victories whenever he competes. This is what Spurs need.
Mourinho is a celebrated manager across Europe with vast experience from various clubs. Notably, he has, so far , managed big clubs like Real Madrid, Chelsea, Manchester United, Inter Millan, Porto, and Benfica- and he has won titles. What else would Tottenham Hotspur need?
The big Ego
Mou has a big ego. An ego that knows how to deal with both the young and elderly players. He also knows how to deal with big names in his squad. Given a good budget, the Portuguese will adequately blend the Spurs playing unit with more experienced players across the world.
And, his ego motivates players and makes Premier League interesting. Imagine him on the touchline against an angry Pep Guardiola, or Arsene Wenger? I am kidding; Wenger is still jobless…