Uk News Mou defends himself after Spurs' defeat to West Ham: 'My coaching methods are second to nobody' United Kingdom news
PremierLeague-News.Com - The Spurs boss refused to question himself after a 2-1 reverse at the London Stadium left his side with just three wins from their last 13 league games
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! LONDON STADIUM — Jose Mourinho launched an impassioned defence of his coaching methods after Tottenham slipped further away from the top four with a 2-1 defeat to West Ham.Michail Antonio fired the Hammers in front after just five minutes, ghosting in behind Eric Dier to beat Hugo Lloris from close-range from Jarrod Bowen’s cross.Jesse Lingard continued his fine form for his new club, smashing a confident finish past Lloris to double his side’s lead. The linesman initially adjudged the Manchester United loanee to be offside but a VAR check showed he was just on.i's fantasy football tips newsletter: get aheadEmail address is invalidThank you for subscribing!Sorry, there was a problem with your subscription.Lucas Moura brought Spurs back into the contest with a header from Gareth Bale’s corner but Spurs were unable to find an equaliser, first Bale and then Son hitting the woodwork in the closing stages. Read More The case for Tottenham retaining Jose Mourinho is diminishing by the week The result saw West Ham overtake Chelsea into fourth place in the table, nine points clear of Spurs in ninth. Since beating Arsenal in December, Spurs have only won three of their last 13 Premier League matches, against Leeds, Sheffield United and West Brom.
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. Sometimes the results are the consequences of multiple situations in football. Mine and my coaching staff’s methods are second to nobody in the world.”While Tottenham face an uphill battle to qualify for next season’s Champions League through their league position, West Ham have propelled themselves firmly into contention after winning seven of their previous nine games.“What West Ham didn’t use to do was win consistently or play consistently well,” said a delighted David Moyes. “Undoubtedly we are now ahead of expectations. We have done half a job and now we need to finish the job off and finish in the European spots, that’s the aim.”Follow i sport on Facebook for more Premier League news, interviews and featuresMore on the Premier LeagueSam Johnstone tells Sam Cunningham why he is finally ready to become a Premier League starThe making of Timo Werner: How his father’s motivation and ‘scary’ power meant Chelsea star was always destined for the topEric Dier reveals why he stormed into the stands to confront an abusive Spurs fanDaniel Storey: How to lose supporters and alienate Messi, by FC BarcelonaAn apology to Man Utd’s Jesse Lingard
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