Jose Mourinho’s reign at Tottenham has gotten off to a great start having secured three wins out of three games in all competitions, and managed to put Spurs on the right track to sneak into the top four over the next six months.
To maintain a great level of success going into the second half of the Premier League campaign here are three things Jose Mourinho needs to fix at Tottenham;
This, to a large extent, goes hand in hand with Tottenham’s inability to maintain their dominance for the entirety of a 90-minute game.
It is because Spurs struggle to maintain peak concentration levels throughout a game that they tend to give their opponents a chance to potentially make a comeback, as we saw in the games against West Ham and Bournemouth.
This is uncharacteristic of a Jose Mourinho side, as the Portuguese tactician’s previous teams were known to have an ‘elite mentality’ to the point where they would only ‘switch off’ on rare occasions.
So far Spurs have ‘switched off’ in every single game they have played since Mourinho took over. This needs to stop going into the second half of the season.