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 less than three hours before kickoff at 6 p.m. by the Premier League. After a corona virus broke out in the Fulham camp on Wednesday.
With the uncertain decision, Spurs are unhappy, having had very little contact from their rivals. The squad had assembled to fly to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium at the club’s training ground. Mourinho, who shared his frustrations on Instagram on the day of the game, kept his powder relatively dry in his press conference previewing Leeds’ visit on Saturday. “I don’t want to talk too much about it,” he said. We were practicing for this game, and we didn’t play, of course, and that interrupts a work week. Of course, if we had played this game, the training sessions before that would have been different. So people might say, good for you because you didn’t play, good for me if I didn’t play – because I know I don’t play because in the training sessions I might have a different period then. View this post on Insta. The Premier League season is in danger of being thrown into disarray by the increasing number of cases of coronavirus, with Spurs’ game against Fulham one of two cancelled this week at short notice. For much of the season, the teams competing for the same prizes are unlikely to have played the same number of games, and Mourinho says the league began in the wrong direction, with Manchester City and Manchestra. “I think the season started in the wrong way before it even started. The season started in September and it was only in the last week of December that we were informed when these two games would take place. “Now it’s about a lot of other games, or a few more. “There are many things that are not right. But it is what it is, it is what is possible. When people say it’s fair or not fair, we have to say it’s fair. “We can confirm that our home game against Fulham in the Premier League, which was scheduled for tonight, has been postponed. #THFC #COYS- Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) December 30, 2020 In the January transfer window, Spurs, whose title aspirations have stalled with a run of four winless games, are unlikely to make too much of a change. Given the current environment, Mourinho thinks it would be unreasonable for him to ask for money. “I don’t expect, no. Times are not easy. The club has made great efforts in the summer to build a good squad. “Honestly, it would be a huge surprise for me if anything good happens to us. “I don’t feel entitled to ask for something. View this Instagram postA post shared by Tottenham Hotspur (@spursofficial) “One thing is to evaluate, which I do, of course, one thing is to analyze and commit to that analysis and write a report and commit to that report, which I did, of course, because I have to be professional,” he said. Another thing is to ask for anything I never do. Another thing is to ask for anything, and because I appreciate the club’s efforts, I won’t ask for anything. “Another thing is to ask for something that I never do. Another thing is to ask for something, and I will not ask for anything because I respect the efforts of the club. ” With calf and hamstring issues respectively, Gareth Bale and Giovani Lo Celso are out.