Jose Mourinho has Tottenham upwardly mobile and they look ready to challenge for Premier League glory – but will this be their season?
Spurs have made an encouraging start to the campaign as they briefly led the Premier League last weekend before dropping to second. They are also in the Carabao Cup quarter-finals and are progressing well in Europa League.
The north London club came close to winning trophies under Mauricio Pochettino, including the Champions League, but they always fell just short.
Mourinho – a serial winner – was brought into the north London club 12 months ago to end the drought that has seen them win just three trophies in 29 years.
But pundit John Barnes reckons they will once again fall short – and claims Mourinho is always one step from a ‘disaster’.
Furthermore, another pundit, Gabriel Agbonlahor, has named three weak links that could see Spurs fall short.
Either way, in this craziest of all years, would Tottenham winning the Premier League title really be that strange?
Mourinho, Bale can make the difference
We want to hear your thoughts on the matter….
- Can Spurs win the title?
- Will a fit Harry Kane be key?
- Can Gareth Bale come to the fore and prove his worth?
- Can a side with Eric Dier in the centre of defence do the business over the season?
- Will Jose Mourinho’s experience make the difference?
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