Jose Mourinho: Spurs' fans call for exit of Portuguese after UCL ouster

Jose Mourinho: Spurs' fans call for exit of Portuguese after UCL ouster

- Jose Mourinho has been attacked by Spurs fans after UCL exit

- They believe that the Portuguese has nothing to offer the club

- Tottenham will still finish the ongoing season without a trophy

Tottenham's exit in the Champions League round of 16 against German side Leipzig has made Spurs fans attack manager Jose Mourinho thereby calling for his sack.

It was an embarrassing defeat for Tottenham on Tuesday night, March 10, when they suffered a 3-0 defeat in the second leg of their Champions League tie against Leipzig.

Having lost 1-0 in the first duel, Tottenham fans hoped that their players would produce a stunning performance like how they did last season against Dutch giants Ajax.

But they were unable to cope with the flurry of attack from the hosts in Germany which made them lose.

The encounter however made it the six one that manager Jose Mourinho has failed to record a win in his reign as Tottenham gaffer.

In Spurs' last six games, they were able to draw four and lost two which was not a good result for the type of manager Jose Mourinho is.

The former Manchester United handler is now in the worst winless run of his career after the defeat against Leipzig.

According to the report on UK Sun, Tottenham fans have kicked against Jose Mourinho to continue as their manager with some claiming that they will only go backward.

The report added that some even called for the return of Mauricio Pochettino who was sacked this season before Jose Mourinho came on board.

Before Tottenham played the Champions League second leg against Leipzig, Jose Mourinho had promised that he would try and bring titles to the club.

But that will not happen this season again as Tottenham have been sent out of all the competitions where they can fight for honors.

They are only left in the Premier League, and even miracle cannot help them to win the title this season after finding themselves 41 points behind leaders Liverpool.

Earlier, had reported how Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho made it clear that German side Leipzig deserved to be in the Champions League quarterfinal after beating his team 3-0 on Tuesday night, March 10.

After losing 1-0 in front of their faithfuls in the first leg of their Champions League round of 16, Jose Mourinho tried his best to boost the morale of his players for the second leg encounter.


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