‘When you’re on the field, you have to do everything’: Hugo Lloris admits Tottenham players turn into a ‘bunch of bastards’ for Jose Mourinho after boss’ X-rated advice on all or nothing documentary
- Tottenham’s Hugo Lloris believes Jose Mourinho taught them to be ‘naughty’
- The philosophy of the Spurs boss can be seen in the documentary ‘All or nothing’
- Lloris explained how Mourinho installed faith to do anything to win
Tottenham captain Hugo Lloris says Jose Mourinho has taught his team to be ‘naughty’, but insists he will stay clean off the field.
Mourinho’s philosophy is exposed in the Amazon Prime documentary All or Nothing, which featured behind-the-scenes cameras at Spurs last season.
A memorable moment is during a team call against Manchester City during half time, in which Mourinho warns them about the City players who are on a yellow card and says they need a ‘team of c ****’ in the second half. to be.
Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris believes Jose Mourinho has made the team ‘naughty’
Mourinho’s victory at all costs mentality was shown in the documentary ‘All or nothing’
Tottenham then scored two goals in the second half and won 2-0 after City’s Oleksandar Zinchenko was ejected for a second yellow card.
Lloris, who plays Everton on Sunday, said of Mourinho’s comment: “It doesn’t mean you’re not a good guy off the field, but when you’re on the field you have to do everything.
And everything also means you have to have this personality to be naughty, to get the winning flavor. But that is not enough. You need a plan, talent and team spirit. ‘
An example was shown in Tottenham’s match against Manchester City, where Oleksandar Zinchenko (not in the picture) was sent off with a yellow card.
Spurs won the game against City at White Hart Lane in February 2-0
Amid fears about the busy game schedule due to the delays caused by the coronavirus, it is Spurs who have been hit hardest.
They may be in for nine games this month as they progress in the Europa League against Lokomotiv Plovdiv, including four games in one week.
Lloris said, “We have to adjust to the schedule. And care about our teammates – being together, being strong with our manager and our employees. ‘