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Mourinho not happy with Spurs doc on Amazon

Published on: 10 July 2020

Jose Mourinho has said he will not watch the new Amazon documentary of Tottenham's 2019-20 season and admitted his frustration at the intrusion from cameras during filming.

The 22-second trailer for "All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur" was released on Friday, focusing on Mourinho's arrival at the club last November to succeed Mauricio Pochettino as head coach.

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The series is set to be released later this year and will chart a turbulent campaign which also featured Spurs struggling to reproduce the form that got them to last season's Champions League final, the coronavirus pandemic and a half-time fight between Spurs players Hugo Lloris and Son Heung-Min in Monday's win over Everton.

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Amazon producers have had unprecedented access at the club's training facility in addition to matchdays and although Mourinho had previously kept his feeling quiet over the interference, the 57-year-old chose to speak out ahead of Sunday's north London derby against Arsenal.

"I try to forget them during the time," he said. "If you ask me [is it] something that I enjoy, no. I don't like the feeling of being in 'Big Brother,' I tried to forget them and I think I managed to do that for the majority of the time.

"I have no idea what is there. I have no concerns, it is just... nothing is fake, everything is real. For them, it must be great because they have the day by day, 24 hours of what a football club is, a dressing room is. They have everything so, so, so, so real. Nobody acted for it. It is just the way it is.


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"Am I going to watch it? No, no I'm not. It is not something I want to do. Also because I know better than anyone what is our day by day here but I think it will be very, very interesting for the people that loves football, loves sport and I think it is going to be great for them."

Spurs will be without Dele Alli against the Gunners due to a hamstring problem as both sides try to push for Europa League place with Champions League qualification appearing a distant possibility.

Tottenham's chances were hampered further by a 0-0 draw at Bournemouth on Thursday evening when Spurs were denied a clear penalty as Harry Kane was bundled over by Joshua King in the fourth minute.

VAR officials at Stockley Park have since admitted they made a mistake and Mourinho said referees should be encouraged to speak publicly after matches to explain their decisions.

"I think you [the media] should have access to them," Mourinho added. "I know the rules don't allow it but I think you should have access to them to ask directly why.

"They are very important in the game. The game is players, managers referee. I think so. It would stop nothing, it would make things much more open, much more clear. It would give the referee to say 'Yes, I made a mistake - I feel sorry for that' or 'yes I had incredible performance, yes I feel I was perfect.' I think they are very important in the game, as important as players."


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