Jose at entertaining best on Spurs touchline as fans sing his name at full-time

first_imgALL eyes were on Mourinho as he oversaw a 3-2 win at West Ham in his first game in charge of Tottenham.And he did not disappoint with plenty of his classic antics from before kick-off all the way to the end of the game.6 Jose Mourinho was back on the touchline in the Premier League and was back to his usual bestCredit: News Group Newspapers LtdHere is how the breakdown of what he got up to on the sidelines…-7′ Mourinho emerges from the visitors dressing room ahead of his players and chats with the mascots in the tunnel before having a brief chat with his opposite number Manuel Pellegrini.-3′ The Special One follows the players out of the tunnel and turns right to shake hands with Pellegrini and the West Ham coaching staff on the home bench before going across to his own side.0′ The match kicks off with Mourinho stood alone on the edge of his technical area.3′ After 2mins 25secs he makes the 15-yard trek back to his seat in the dugout. But he is not there for long as he reacts to Harry Kane firing the ball into the roof of the net by dashing out to the technical area. Unfortunately for him and Tottenham, the goal is ruled out for offside. This results in Jose having a quiet word with fourth official Robert Jones, who gets a friendly pat on the back from the Portuguese for his troubles.7′ The ball goes out for a throw and Jose points it should be awarded to his Spurs. The lino duly obliges.10′ Still no songs or chants about Mourinho from the away – or the home – fans. No boos either, mind.11′ Mourinho looks on as Hammers boss Pellegrini remonstrates with the fourth official after his defender Issa Diop is booked for a foul on Harry Kane.17′ Mourinho continues to patrol his technical area with his hands in his trouser pockets, like he is feeling for lost change. A member of the coaching staff darts out to give him a message and the new Spurs boss starts barking instructions and making hand signals at his players.6 It is a case of hands up if you are the Special One as the Portuguese gets out in his technical areaCredit: Reuters6 Mourinho worked his magic once again with yet another win when taking charge of a new club for the first timeCredit: EPA20′ Still no songs or chants about Mourinho. Have the fans forgotten he is here?26′ As the ball goes out of play Mourinho grabs hold of nearby Lucas Moura and whispers a few instructions in his ear.30′ Still no songs or chants about Mourinho.33′ Mourinho takes a bottle of water from a bucket behind his technical area, at least he has not started kicking them yet.36′ Son Heung-min fires Tottenham 1-0 up and Mourinho, standing in his technical area, turns around, screams and pumps his fist with delight at his coaching staff, who leap from the bench to embrace him.38′ That goal has perked up the Portuguese as he is now applauding every decent bit of play by his team with extra gusto.43′ Moura make it 2-0 and it is vintage Mourinho as he turns around slides on his knees in the technical…presumably forgetting it is carpet, not grass. Good luck with him explaining those burns on his knees to his missus when he gets home.45′ As soon as the fourth official’s board goes up, Jose heads down the tunnel, clearly satisfied with his new side’s first 45 minutes.46′ Mourinho starts the second half, like he started the first. On the edge of his technical area.47′ The Spursial One crouches down with his head in his hands as he cannot believe Moura has just dragged his shot wide following another free-flowing move.49′ But Mourinho is all smiles again as Kane heads in Tottenham’s third. The gaffer celebrates by turning around to his bench, gyrating his hips and pumping his fists like a drunk uncle at a wedding.55′ Still no songs or chants about Mourinho.61′ Mourinho takes a step back – well a few actually – as he lets one of his coaches take his place in the technical area.65′ Mourinho crouches in the technical area like Paula Radcliffe by a kerb. But it is the Hammers who are going down the drain here.67′ Celebrating fans run through their classic playlist, including Glory Glory Hallelujah and I Can’t Smile Without You.70′ But still no songs or chants about Mourinho.72′ As Kane receives treatment after blocking Aaron Cresswell’s free kick with his head, Mourinho prepares to make his first sub at Spurs boss, chatting with Christian Eriksen as the Dane prepares to gets stripped.75′ But as West Ham pull one back through Michail Antonio it is Danny Rose who gets sent on in place of Ben Davies, who got injured as his side conceded.79′ Eriksen finally enters the fray for Alli, who gets a handshake and a hug from Mourinho as he leaves the pitch. The axed England midfielder may not have played well recently…but his brother was blooming outstanding today!82′ Mourinho makes his final sub, sending on Moussa Sissoko for Moura. You can just sense the manager’s shoulders tensing up a bit as West Ham push forward in search of another goal.86′ It’s Jose the peacemaker as he holds up his hands and calls for calm during a spot of handbags between Kane and Robert Snodgrass.6Latest Tottenham newsHARRY ALL FOUR ITKane admits Spurs must win EIGHT games to rise into Champions League spotGossipALL GONE PETE TONGVertonghen wanted by host of Italian clubs as long Spurs spell nears endBELOW PARRSpurs suffer blow with Parrott to miss Prem restart after appendix operationPicturedSHIRT STORMNew Spurs 2020/21 home top leaked but angry fans slam silver design as ‘awful”STEP BY STEP’Jose fears for players’ welfare during restart as stars begin ‘pre-season’KAN’T HAVE THATVictor Osimhen keen on Spurs move but only if they sell Kane this summerYOU KAN DO ITKlinsmann quit Spurs to win trophies but says Kane’s better off stayingTURBULENT PAIRINGDrogba and Mido had mid-flight brawl after stewardess prank went wrong90′ The fourth official’s board shows six minutes of time added on. Unlike some previous occasions Jose decides to hang around and not head for the dressing room.90+6’ Angelo Ogbonna pulls another back for the Hammers before ref Michael Oliver blows the final whistle. Mourinho shakes hands with Jones and Pellegrini before heading back to the bench to congratulate his staff and players on the bench.As the last of his stars come off the pitch, the travelling fans strike up a chorus of: Jose Mourinho, Jose Mourinho… Mourinho responds with a fist pump, a clap and a wave before heading down the tunnel hand in hand with Son and Alli.6 Jose certainly had Manuel Pellegrini’s number this afternoon as his new side raced into a 3-0 leadCredit: AFP or licensors6 Spurs fans appreciated the efforts of their previous boss but welcomed the new man in chargeCredit: Getty Images – GettyJose Mourinho asked Dele Alli ‘are you Dele or his brother-’ as he bids to get Spurs star firing againlast_img

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