Spurs manager, Jose Mourinho was left to curse a congested fixture schedule yet again on Monday in what seems to be an annual event for the Tottenham boss. One does not have to look that far back to find Mourinho bemoaning the organisation of the football calendar, but this year, he certainly was right to a good extent.
Mourinho’s Spurs are in the midst of a hectic run of games that sees them play eight matches in the space of a 22 days, and next up is a Carabao Cup fourth-round clash against fierce rivals Chelsea. Tonight’s game against Frank Lampard’s men comes just 48 hours before Spurs host Maccabi Haifa in a Europa League play-off qualifier, which is considered as a must-win match for the Premier League outfit. “The special one manager” also admitted that he will not be prioritising Spurs’ clash against his former team on Tuesday. We wish him well as he faces the right schedule.
Source: Daily Mail