Mourinho’s X-rated response to being told he is "past his best" in documentary

A scene from the new Amazon Prime documentary 'All or Nothing' shows Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho aiming an expletive at the TV as pundits question whether or not he is past his best.

The show follows the fortunes of Spurs throughout the 2019-20 campaign, with the first episode focusing on the controversial sacking of Mauricio Pochettino in November followed by the appointment of Mourinho.

In one part of the episode, Mourinho is seen in his office working on tactics with the sound of a discussion about Spurs' ruthless decision on the TV audible in the background.

A pundit is heard saying: "Pochettino leaving Spurs is causing quite a stir on social media. I don't think I've ever seen such a strong response to a manager being sacked."


Another replied: "It's incredible. Personally I'm surprised they got rid of him. But I'm more surprised by Jose coming in. Is that really the football that Tottenham want to play?"

As the debate rages on, Mourinho can be seen trying to focus but occasionally getting distracted by the conversation.

It concludes with the pundit saying: "No, I'm telling you Mourinho is past his best. Look what happened at United…" before Mourinho gets up from his chair, grumbles "F*** off" and switches off the TV.

The clip predictably went viral on social media, with Mourinho, as usual, splitting opinion right down the middle.

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The first three episodes of the series are available to watch now, with a further three released on Monday September 7 and the final three on Monday September 14.

As well as Mourinho, the programme focuses on Spurs' new stadium and the up-and-down fortunes of some of their star players such as Harry Kane and Heung-Min Son, while chairman Daniel Levy is also prominent.

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