Son And Lloris Have To Be Separated During Halftime Fight

Son And Lloris Have To Be Separated During Halftime Fight

Spurs boss Mourinho heaped praise on counterpart Ancelotti ahead of the showdown - pitting ninth against 11th in the table - with the Portuguese willing to break coronavirus protocol for his love of the Everton coach.

Current Tottenham Manager Jose Mourinho is known for creating toxicity in his dressing room's and maybe this is the first sign of it boiling over onto the pitch for his Tottenham side. "And those who don't know him as a person will know him as a coach".

He has had two spells at Chelsea and been in charge of Manchester United, and he becomes the first foreign manager to reach a double century of Premier League victories - with Sir Alex Ferguson, Arsene Wenger, Harry Redknapp and David Moyes the others to achieve the feat.

However, the Head Coach remained positive he will be available for selection on Monday.

The reason is because he wants to hug his friend Carlo Ancelotti prior to the match: "I think I'll ignore the rule on keeping a metre's distance to give Carlo a hug because I really like him".

That might be a outcome of what happened in the Sheffield United game, he didn't make a challenge and then he runs up to him'.

The 2019 Champions League finalists have experienced a miserable season.

Spurs had no problem protecting their lead but the prospect of them catching in-form United with five games to play looks an extremely unlikely one. "If that does not happen, it is probably the beginning of a new world because things change", Mourinho added. The motivations they change, the group dynamic changes. A player that was in the maximum of his motivation is not anymore and vice-versa. "If you analyse Tottenham previous year, for example, how many matches do they win away from home?" "If it happens [finishing outside of the top six], it happens but we don't want it to happen and we are going to fight for it not to happen".

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