Date: 25th November 2019 at 5:55am
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Last week was slightly interesting for those of a Tottenham Hotspur persuasion…the departure of Mauricio Pochettino, the quick arrival of Jose Mourinho and victory over locals West Ham United. It’s another quick Champions League turnaround as well as we face Olympiakos on Tuesday evening and everyone is hoping our new gaffer makes it two from two and picks up his first win on White Hart Lane soil.

Spurs fans are used to plenty of rotation for our European games, but it remains to be seen what Jose will do as given the overall performance, he might hold true with don’t change a winning side, but in the alternative, he could take full advantage to take a look at those players who missed out on his last selection.

Confidence breeds success though and we will be aiming for back to back wins to end November in some style given the upcoming home clash with Bournemouth.

With plenty of fans still mixed on his appointment, another victory will help keep those tempers in check.

Olympiakos....

Jose's First Home Win

Jose's First Home Win

Lose

Lose

Draw

Draw

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108 Replies to “Mourinho Looking For Three Points On Home Soil As Spurs’ New Era Continues – Match Thread”

  • Expecting a good win tonight to follow on from Saturday’s result. We should have beaten them away as it was so expecting a comfortable win seeing we are at home this time. Morale boaster just like against Spam but without the lapses that came at the end on Saturday. Would be good to see Foyth, Sess and Lo Celso involved even if only from the bench – all 3 are quality players and we need to make use of our full squad especially with a lot of games coming up in December.

  • What a bench – that is full of quality – Foyth for 1 can’t even make it on there. Shouldn’t be the toughest of matches though – fully expecting a comfortable win after what we did to Red Star, how we should have won in Greece and after a good solid win vs Spam on Saturday.

    • Can’t go wrong with same 11,
      Fightening for places is game on now.
      Everyone expects and easy win, let’s see what happenes

  • What a donkey rose is, great finish.
    Poor again from set pieces, I’ve been saying this for a long time. let’s see the HT team talk.

  • Jose is a good manager but he is not a miracle worker. Totally outclassed, hopeless at the back. We are bound to concede more goals. Being out shouted by 3,000 Greek fans as well.
    Welcome to Spurs Jose

  • Our quality attacker’s getting us out of trouble again – long may it continue – January can’t come quick enough for that transfer window to help sort out our defence – hopefully Levy backs JM all the way. Good to see Moura get an assist – shame he had to be subbed off to get Sissoko on and add some defensive stability in the middle to help protect this result at a minimum!

  • Jose is a great manager, the spurs fans at the new lane are always quite, so why the compact area for added noise behind the goal it should be hopping.

    Jose chat with Dele what a difference. It was always gonna be a special night the spurs way, can Jose adapt to the spurs way.

  • I said we’d win comfortably tonight and comfortable it should have been with 4 goals and still 15 minutes to go or so but that defence needs sorting before it costs us big time – nearly did on Saturday and nearly has tonight aswell.

  • I did say at the start what a quality bench we had – see JM used it to his advantage even though was 0-2 at 1 point!

    Ballsy move taking off Dier and introducing Eriksen so early – could have gone the other way and we could have lost – that’s why he gets paid what he does though!

    Clever to bring on Sissoko aswell and protect the 2-2 – still gone on and now winning 4-2!

    Wonder what would have happened under Poch?!

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