Date: 2nd February 2021 at 10:00am
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A lot of Tottenham Hotspur fans have flocked to a post from The Spurs Express, which has relayed news from Alasdair Gold concerning Jose Mourinho’s future.

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The Football.london reporter claims that Daniel Levy has faith in Mourinho and wants him to succeed.

This follows on from a run of form that has seen Spurs win just one of their last four league games, including a 1-0 defeat to Brighton & Hove Albion.

This news concerning Mourinho has drawn in these Spurs fans, who want to see the Tottenham boss backed in the transfer market if Levy believes in him so much.

Levy: i want jose to succeed Also levy: makes no signings this month”

@_JoeGTHFC

Desperate is the correct term to express our current predicament…. we’re all desperate, feeling down and very low and little or no hope going forward it sums up what supporting Tottenham is like”

@gregcl2002

He doesn’t seem desperate… a new CB this window would be more like it”

@whiteheartlame

Do you think Levy should still support Mourinho?

Yes, he can get us out of this

Yes, he can get us out of this

No, sack him now

No, sack him now

Spurs did not sign one player in January, but did a lot of business in the summer transfer window, so you could argue that Mourinho was backed then.

This post continued to draw in Tottenham fans who want to see Mourinho leave.

Either buy him better players or sack him, because hes not gonna get any more from this crop of players”

@josh_wiggan

Its over jose is finished at the top level”

@ricospur

Pain”

@Glxn

“Let the meltdown commence”

@Spurs_Daily

“This could be Levy’s undoing, his admiration for a manager he’s been chasing for years…..blinded by love.”

@calhutchings26

So, it seems that the Tottenham fanbase is divided between wanting Mourinho to be sacked or wanting him to be supported in the transfer market.

Either way, as it stands, the former Chelsea boss has the full support of Levy, despite a poor run of recent results.