Jose Mourinho admits he didn’t enjoy Amazon documentary filming at Spurs

Jose Mourinho will take charge of his first North London derby on Sunday, but while the excitement and excitement surrounding the fixture is exemplified, there is no denying that the situation surrounding his Tottenham team Could obviously be better.

Some lame displays since their return to the Premier League have cast a dark cloud over the club’s goals this season, and heading into their clash with Arsenal they sit a point and one place behind in ninth.

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Speaking ahead of the mouth-watering reality show, Mourinho discussed a range of topics both on and off the pitch, including the highly-anticipated Amazon Prime documentary filmed during the 2019/20 campaign. Is.

After reaching the Champions League final last season, Amazon saw fit to launch another documentary based on the football club, this time centered around Tottenham’s exploits in the 2019/20 season.

It’s been a whirlwind campaign in north London with managerial changes, heavy defeats and off-field turmoil, ensuring the series is a must-see for all non-football and football-loving viewers. Not for Mourinho, however.

“I try to forget them. [the Amazon cameras] During this time, if you ask me to do something that I enjoy, then no. I don’t like the feeling of being in Big Brother and I try to forget them,” he said at his press conference, via Alasdair Gould.

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“So, so, so, so real, nobody’s worked for it. It’s just the way it is. Am I going to see it? No, no I’m not. It’s not something I want. , also because I know better than anyone what our day-to-day life is here, but I think it will be very, very interesting for people who love football and sports, I think it It would be really great for them.

“I don’t know what’s in there, I don’t care. Nothing is fake, everything is real. I think it must be great for them because they have a 24/7 football club and What a dressing room. They have everything.”

A teaser for the upcoming All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur was recently released by the streaming service, and needless to say, everyone is dying to watch.

Mourinho also spoke about Tottenham’s record signing, Tanguy Ndombele, who joined the club last summer with heaps of hope on his shoulders. However, his first campaign in English football has been anything but a smooth ride. There have been glimpses of his potential this season, but fitness issues and a lack of confidence from Mourinho have seen his involvement sporadic at best.

Ndombele failed to stop his side from stuttering to a 0-0 draw with Bournemouth/Michael Regan/Getty Images

He was introduced as a half-time sub in the recent clash with Bournemouth, a tactic that prevented him from appreciating his impact by insisting he was no better than the rest of his squad.

He said that our attacking players are very good. “We can’t get better players than what we have. It’s one thing not to score goals and another is that the players are not good enough. They are good enough. I don’t want to replace my players.

“The feeling was that we would have the ball, the space to play, not the space to penetrate but the space to play, to keep the ball and with the midfield players I had on the bench: Skip, Gadson, the kid Harvey, Tanguy. I felt he had a knack for moving the ball.

“I think he was at the same level as the team, not better and not worse.”

Mourinho’s full response to the Amazon documentary is now on the blog.

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Mourinho also confirmed that Dele Alli will miss the Arsenal clash with a hamstring injury, which he picked up in training at the start of July. He will be joined on the sidelines by Jeffett Tinganga and Juan Foote, while Eric Dier will also be unavailable due to the four-match suspension he received on Wednesday.

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