A number of Tottenham Hotspur supporters have taken to Twitter to react to Jose Mourinho’s latest insight into life at Spurs.
The 57-year-old has recently joined Instagram and has been issuing his insights before and after Spurs’ matches this term.
But his recent post showcased his love for Batman and Game of Thrones, as Mourinho posted a picture of his office chair.
Take a look at the best of the reaction on Twitter to Mourinho’s latest image on his social media page.
I love how his IG account shows his personality and sense of humour. Absolutely not a bland corporate affair.
— Rachel Martin (@RachelVMartin) December 12, 2020
I love him, I genuinely think he’s a great guy with so much caring and humour. The work he does with kids and how he puts his team first speaks volumes.
— Big Van Allardyce (@Lottesometimes) December 12, 2020
Starting to think “Jose Mourinho” is just an alter ego for Bruce Wayne…. I mean has anyone seen him and Batman in the same room together? ??#COYS
— Tottenham Talk ? (@Tottenham_Talks) December 13, 2020
What’s great about these posts is all the photographs he has in his office. Can be no doubt, for anyone who walks into it, that he is a WINNER.
— To Dare Is To Do…Nothing? (@TDITDNothing) December 12, 2020
He can like whatever he wants with Spurs at the top of the league
— Colly (@ChrisC000000) December 12, 2020
My mans gone full Instagram Influencer mode. You love to see it
— MELIH (@melihs11) December 12, 2020
I'm pretty sure Batman has a Jose Mourinho office chair
— ???? (@Rezzy31) December 12, 2020
Just when you think the man can't get any better….
— Dan (@flyingshells) December 12, 2020
You just can't hate this guy
— Emanuela Oppong (@Manu23588) December 12, 2020
It’s been a memorable season to date for Mourinho’s side as well, as they currently sit top of the Premier League table after their opening 12 matches this season. The North London side failed to secure all three points against Crystal Palace earlier on today, but they did keep their 10-game unbeaten Premier League run alive.
He took charge of the club back in November 2019, and has seen his side show much-needed consistency in their results this term, and they’ll be eager to build on these impressive recent showings heading into the festive period.