Jose Mourinho Called Manchester City 'A Team Of C***s' In Spurs Half-Time Team Talk
'All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur" has proven to be the Mourinho show, with the documentary giving a unique insight into his managerial approach and just how many expletives he lets out in a day.
In the first three episodes we've already seen him shout "F**k off!" as he turns the television off when they are questioning his coaching abilities on Sky Sports, as well as branding Dele Alli "f*****g" lazy" to his face.
And clearly there's more to come as Darren Lewis from The Mirror provides a lowdown of what the Portuguese said to his players in the dressing room at half-time during a 2-0 win over City in February.
His rallying cry was in relation to City remonstrating for a second penalty in the first half immediately after Ilkay Gundogan saw his spot-kick saved by Hugo Lloris - and how he wanted his team to be more like them.
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When you save the penalty, they try to put huge pressure for another penalty to be given. This is the difference between a team of c**** and a team of good guys.
"But the story of football is that the teams of good guys, they never win. So f*****g hell! Be a c***!""
These type of comments from Mourinho are a recurring theme throughout the series as he tries to instill a winning mentality at Spurs.
In the team talk, he also stated that City would put pressure on the fact that defender Toby Alderweireld had been booked - urging his players to do the same for the three City players on a yellow card.
"The way the game is going, they know Toby has a yellow card. I promise you, they know. I have to say that Kyle Walker, he has a yellow card, Zinchenko, he has a yellow card. Raheem Sterling, he has a yellow card. So be a c***. Don't be a good guy!"
His motivational talk worked a treat as not only did Oleksandr Zinchenko receiving his marching orders, Spurs won 2-0 courtesy of second half goals from debutant Steven Bergwijn and Heung-Min Son.
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