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Jose Mourinho Turning TV Off After Hearing Criticism Is The Funniest Moment Of Spurs' New Amazon Documentary

Jack Kenmare

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Jose Mourinho Turning TV Off After Hearing Criticism Is The Funniest Moment Of Spurs' New Amazon Documentary

Tottenham's 'All or Nothing' Amazon documentary officially dropped on Monday and it didn't take long for Jose Mourinho to steal the show with an incredible moment shortly after his appointment.

The highly anticipated multi-part series will give viewers unprecedented behind-the-scenes access to Spurs' topsy-turvy 2019/20 season. Fans can sit back, relax and witness the day-to-day workings of the North London based club.

From their 7-2 defeat in the Champions League against Bayern at the start of October to the club's appointment of Jose Mourinho after Mauricio Pochettino's sacking in November, the exclusive footage is set to be guaranteed entertainment.

And the former Chelsea produced a priceless moment in front of the cameras early on.

Image: Tottenham: All or Nothing/Amazon
Image: Tottenham: All or Nothing/Amazon

As Spurs' new manager watches the media's reaction to his appointment from the club's offices at their Enfield Training Centre, he listens intently as he makes notes.

But when a certain comment catches his attention, Mourinho sits up and looks at the TV screen. "I don't think I've ever seen such a strong response to a manager being sacked," says the reporter.

What happens in the next 30 seconds or so is comedy gold.

Fans soon begin to voice their opinion, with a mixture of positive and negative reactions, but when someone says that Mourinho is "past his best" after his spell as Manchester United boss, he gets off his chair, tells the person to "f**k off" and switches the TV off.

Brilliant, right?

On his second day at the club, a fascinating conversation between Harry Kane and Mourinho took place at the club's training facility. The Portuguese boss spoke about Kane's relationship with predecessor Mauricio Pochettino, before the England international opened up about wanting to at the level of Ronaldo and Messi.

"I believe that you have a very good relationship with Mauricio, I love that," Mourinho told Kane in Amazon's new documentary.

"I always think, good relationship with the previous manager. Why not me? I saw you training yesterday and I have no doubts that you are a leader. That is my feeling.

"The world looks to English football with an incredible respect but they still think that the movie stars of football belong to other places. We have to build also your status in that direction.

"My profile, I am little bit like that as a coach. The reality is that my dimension is universal and by being with me I think I can help you to [explode],"

Kane soon responded, saying: "That's my aim. When you're at a club like Tottenham, of course we've done well and personally I've done well. But I want to be Ronaldo and Messi."

Image: PA
Image: PA

There are nine episodes of Tottenham: All or Nothing in total. They will be released in three three-episode batches, with further instalments set to drop on to Amazon on September 7.

Featured Image Credit: Tottenham: All or Nothing/Amazon

Topics: Spurs, Football News, Jose Mourinho, Football, Premier League, tottenham, Documentary

Jack Kenmare
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