Jose Mourinho’s priceless reaction in 'All or Nothing: Tottenham' when pundit criticises him on TV

  • Rob Swan

Amazon’s eagerly-anticipated ‘All or Nothing: Tottenham’ documentary was released at midnight on Monday.

And a brilliant clip of Jose Mourinho has already gone viral on social media.

In one of the most shocking moments of the 2019-20 campaign, Spurs dumped Mauricio Pochettino and replaced the popular Argentine coach with Jose Mourinho less than 24 hours later.

After being sacked by Chelsea and Manchester United in his previous two jobs, many football fans were questioning whether this was a smart move by Spurs.

Pundits were asking the same questions on TV and radio, too.


Early in Amazon’s new behind-the-scenes documentary, there’s a priceless moment where Mourinho is working in his office with the TV on.

“Pochettino leaving Spurs is causing quite a stir on social media,” we hear a presenter say on Mourinho’s TV. “I don’t think I’ve ever seen such a strong response to a manager being sacked.”

Mourinho’s face tells you that he knows criticism is about to come his way.


The first pundit then says: “It’s incredible. Personally, I’m surprised they got rid of him. But I’m more surprised by Jose coming in.”

Mourinho glances up at the TV with a look of sheer disbelief on his face.


The pundit adds: “Is that really the football that Tottenham want to play?”

Another pundit argues: “I don’t agree to be honest. He’s won trophies at every club he’s been to. You know, the Champions League, La Liga, Premier League… Everywhere.”

The first pundit then responds: “No, I’m telling you Mourinho is past his best. Look what happened at United…”

Mourinho then gets up from his chair and switches off the TV while saying: “F*** off”.


Watch the clip here…

Mourinho truly is Box Office.

It was revealed last week by The Mirror that Mourinho swears more than once a minute on average during the documentary.

But the man himself insists he will not be watching it.

"I try to forget them during the time, if you ask me something I enjoy, no,” he told reporters earlier this summer.

"I don't like the feeling of being in Big Brother and I try to forget them.


"Am I going to watch it, no. It is not something I want to, also because I know better than anyone what our day by day is here.

"But I think it will be very interesting for the people who love football and sport. It will be great for them."

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