The handling of the late postponement of his team’s match against Fulham was deemed ‘unprofessional’ by Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho. The match was called off by the Premier League less than three hours before 6 p.m. on Wednesday. A corona virus broke out in the Fulham camp after the kickoff.
‘I don’t want to talk about it too much,’ said Mourinho. I just want to say I felt unprofessional, but that’s how it was. View this post on InstagramA post shared by Jose Mourinho (@josemourinho) “I just want to say that I felt unprofessional, but that’s how it was.View this post on InstagramA post shared by Jose Mourinho (@josemourinho) ” “The training sessions before would be different if we played this game. People say it was good for me that there was no game, but that’s only good for me if I knew there was no game. “Mourinho claims that despite the many delays, the season is still considered fair, but says that with Manchester City and Manchester United skipping the first games, it began in the wrong direction. He said, “It’s a special season with special circumstances,” “We have to say that it will be fair, because if not, it’s better not to be there. “I think before the season even began, it started the wrong way. The season began in September and it wasn’t until the last week of December that we were told when these two matches were going to take place. It’s about a lot of other games now, or a few more. “Now it’s about a lot of other games, or a few more. ” But it is what it is, what it can be. We have to say it’s fair when people say it’s fair or not fair. The January transfer window is now open, but if his team does a lot of business, Mourinho says he will be “The January transfer window is now open, but Mourinho says he will be ” ” if his team does a lot of business. ” he said. ” he said. ” A big effort was made by the club in the summer to create a strong squad. “Honestly, if something good happened to us, it would be a big surprise for me. I don’t feel entitled to ask for anything.”