Loads of Tottenham Hotspur fans are doubting the future of Jose Mourinho at the north London club after a Twitter post from Alasdair Gold.
The Spurs journalist tweeted his article for Football.London on his page in which he gave his opinion on which players will still be with the Portuguese coach in two or three years time.
He broke the players up into ones that will be at the club in the short-term and who will be there long-term. Among the short-term listed players are Hugo Lloris, Michel Vorm, Serge Aurier, Kyle Walker-Peters, Jan Vertonghen, Juan Foyth, Danny Rose, Eric Dier and Erik Lamela. Gold gave reasons ranging from age to lack of games as to why he thinks these members of the squad may not survive the next few seasons.
However, the comments section was filled with one other man supporters feel may not last the length of time, and that someone was Mourinho.
These fans gave their opinions on the manager’s future with the Lilywhites:
never going to work. Kane will go either this year or next and good luck to him, then the miser Levy will add corona to the lists of reasons why he doesnt need to spend. its medocrity city for a while for spurs. Mourinho wont see his contract out i expect
— James Smith (@capposmiffy) April 5, 2020
Think Jose won’t last
— Muniro (@Muniro2) April 5, 2020
He won’t be there come Xmas let alone 2/3 years
— Angelo Digiulio (@pang1966) April 5, 2020
If he’s still there in 2/3 years be lucky to get crowds of 20K
— Ian Sears (@larryslord) April 5, 2020
Shame he’ll be gone by the middle of next season then really
— Jonnie Baker (@MrJonnieB) April 5, 2020
will Jose be there in 2/3 years ?
— Trevor Adderley (@AdderleyTrevor) April 5, 2020
Pretty sure he is not gonna last that long
— Utkarsh (@Utkarsh67294157) April 5, 2020
Levy won’t give him that long he will expect somekind of Houdini magic before then …mid table next season I think ,then Kane is sold
— Shaun Lewis (@ShaunLewis17) April 5, 2020
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