A Tottenham supporter has been labelled ‘a dope’ and clinically insane by talkSPORT host Alan Brazil after he called into the station urging his club to SACK Jose Mourinho after just four games as boss.
The Special One made an instant impact when he replaced Mauricio Pochettino as manager last month, guiding Spurs to three wins from his first three games in charge.
He suffered his first defeat in charge of the north London club on Wednesday night on his return to Manchester United, as Tottenham were outplayed by his former club in a 2-1 loss at Old Trafford.
And Jack the Spurs fan called into the Sports Bar after the game to vent his fury at Mourinho – insisting he is not the right fit for his beloved club and branding his appointment ‘a marriage of convenience’.
“I want Jose Mourinho out of my club,” he told host Andy Goldstein. “I called up a couple of weeks ago when we gave him the job, he’s useless, I don’t want him near my club, he sucks all the life out of it.
“He’s not the right manager for Tottenham. It’s a marriage of convenience. Levy is positioning the club to sell it to the Yanks, so they’ve put a high profile manager in there just to fit the bill for the time being.
“He doesn’t buy into want Tottenham is, we aren’t about what Jose Mourinho is. He should never have been appointed in the first place and I reckon he’ll be gone within 12 months.
“You look at Mourinho’s track record and it is superb, even at Manchester United he had success, but I guarantee you this will be the one job he takes where he doesn’t win a trophy.
“This appointment is the worst since Juande Ramos. I would have taken Eddie Howe over Mourinho absolutely, in a heartbeat.”
And Alan Brazil was stunned on Thursday’s Sports Breakfast, saying Jack shouldn’t be allowed out on the streets after his bonkers comments.
“He can’t be a Tottenham fan,” fumed the talkSPORT host.
“’I want Jose out of our club’ – what is that all about? Who was that dope? He won his first three games!”
“That’s football fans for you,” said co-host Ally McCoist.
“It’s a bit harsh isn’t it! I would have that down as an overreaction, I don’t think there’s any doubt about that.”
Big Al added: “It’s frightening isn’t it! It’s frightening people are allowed to walk the streets with an attitude like that!”