Date: 3rd December 2020 at 9:35am
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Tottenham Hotspur journalist Alasdair Gold has shared some insight into Jose Mourinho’s current mood at the north London club. 

This comes after Gold recently uploaded a video onto his YouTube channel where he spoke about a number of topics surrounding the Lilywhites.

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On the topic of Mourinho and his current mood at Tottenham, Gold said this on the matter.

He said: “He’s very happy around the club. A lot of people I’ve spoken to within the club have said he’s in a really good place right now.

“They don’t know how long it’ll last because he’s a guy that likes to challenge, provoke and push people to heights, but in terms of his mentality, there’s always a smile on his face and [he’s] very, very jovial right now.”

Mourinho was appointed as Spurs’ manager back in November 2019 after having previously had spells with other Premier League clubs such as Chelsea and Manchester United.

Also, throughout his managerial career, the 57-year-old has won a plethora of trophies such as the Premier League, Champions League, and numerous other trophies in England, Spain and Italy.

Since taking over at Spurs, Mourinho has overlooked 53 games at the north London club in which they have won 29, drawn 11 and lost 13 (per Transfermarkt).

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TIF Thoughts on Alasdair Gold’s comments on Mourinho… 

Given how Mourinho’s Spurs side have only lost one of their previous nine games across all competitions, it’s no surprise that Mourinho is feeling particularly happy right now.

However, with Mourinho having been reported as being miserable during his time at Manchester United, it’ll be interesting to see if his current mood changes anytime soon, but for now, Spurs now seems like the best place for him to be for the foreseeable future.

Moving forward, with the club currently sat at the top of the Premier League table, everyone at Tottenham will be hoping that their successful run of results continue and Mourinho can remain happy.