Jose Mourinho Taught The Spurs Squad How To Pronounce His Name In Training
Jose Mourinho told the Spurs squad how to say his name properly in a training session.
In a clip from the upcoming Amazon Prime documentary, shared online by BBC Radio 1 DJ Annie Mac, the Portuguese boss was asking young defender Japhet Tanganga on how to pronounce his name.
He then stated that everyone gets his name wrong and confirmed the 'J' in his first name is pronounced despite plenty of people not doing so.
The behind the scenes documentary promises to offer a fascinating insight into the day-to-day workings of one of the most charismatic and successful managers in football.
There's already been a leaked video of Mourinho encouraging his Spurs squad to be "a bunch of intelligent c***s for 90 minutes" in a team meeting as he tries to rile the team up for a game.
The 41 second 'First Look' trailer for 'All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur' dropped last month and gave fans a glimpse of what we can expect in the multi-part series, starting with the sacking of Mauricio Pochettino and the moment Mourinho walked into the managerial hot-seat as his replacement at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
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The clip appears to show the reaction of Spurs players as they find out about their swift managerial change at the club and already we're desperate for the series to be released.
With the sheer amount of talking points in Spurs' topsy-turvy campaign this term, it looks set to be a quite incredible watch.
The dismissal of Pochettino and the appointment of Mourinho aside, we have the 7-2 Champions League hammering at the hands of Serge Gnabry and Bayern Munich, as well as domestic cup defeats to Norwich City and Colchester United.
Then there's Eric Dier jumping into the stands to have an altercation with a fan who was giving abuse to his younger brother, and more recently, Heung-Min Son and Hugo Lloris nearly coming to blows in the 2-0 win over West Ham United.
Mourinho himself has said he won't be watching the documentary when it lands later this year, but plenty of football fans definitely will be.
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