Max Rushden might remorse his remarks over Tottenham’s choice to nominate Jose Mourinho as their supervisor.
Regardless of beforehand managing Spurs’ London rivals Chelsea, the Portuguese coach was named as a substitute for in style boss Mauricio Pochettino precisely a yr in the past at this time.
Mourinho led Tottenham from 14th to sixth place within the 2019/20 marketing campaign and has guided his aspect to second within the desk eight video games into the brand new season.
He seems to be proving his doubters incorrect up to now, together with talkSPORT’s very personal Rushden!
Talking on Friday’s Drivetime present alongside former Tottenham striker Darren Bent, Rushden learn an opinion piece he wrote shortly after Mourinho’s appointment in north London.
He mentioned: “That is what I wrote about Jose and I could must express regret.
“Buying and selling Pochettino for Jose is like swapping your iPhone 11 for a Nokia 8210 simply because the battery ran out.
“Jose has misplaced his method leaving Chelsea after a row over a health care provider doing her job correctly.
“Overseeing the continued malaise at Man United whereas introducing a persistently tepid, gradual model of soccer out of step with main managers on the time, together with Pochettino.
“He’s signed till the top of the 2022/23 season, everyone knows it received’t final that lengthy. It might be peak Spursy to rent a serial winner and win nothing.
“You wouldn’t put it previous Jose getting Spurs their first trophy since 2008, however even when that occurs, it appears like a step backwards.”
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Bent replied: “That’s the most ridiculous line I’ve ever heard!
“That’s the worst line… by successful a trophy you’ve taken a step backwards?!”
Mourinho can be trying to lengthen Tottenham’s unbeaten league run to eight video games once they host Man Metropolis, LIVE on talkSPORT from 5.30pm, on Saturday.