In a teaser of London’s club new documentary with Amazon, the Head Coach Jose Mourinho is seen telling his players how to pronounce his name correctly.
The documentary titled “All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur” has left fans with a puzzled face with the Portuguese coach claiming people often mispronounce his name.
The Amazon series focuses on the north London’s 2019-2020 season as its sheds light on some behind the scene happenings at the club.
Tottenham started the season poorly with only three wins from their first 12 matches as they were also knocked out of Cup competition by a League Two side, which resulted in a change of manager to Jose Mourinho, the coronavirus break helped the give the manager a needed break analyze his new team as they were able to salvage something from the season, as they finished 6th.
Here’s a clip of the boss giving a lecture about his name.
The Portuguese coach added. Everybody says my name wrong. Everybody calls me Jose. I’m not Jose, I’m Jose.”
While the manager has expressed his displeasure of the presence of Amazon in the camp saying “I don’t like the feeling of being in Big Brother” he also insisted he might not watch the movie when completed.
A release date for the documentary hasn’t been announced, but a lot of anticipation has been built around the series which shows the bitter-sweet story of the club’s 2019-20 season.
The series is also said to feature clips of former manager Mauricio Pochettino, Eric Dier’s furious attack on a fan, and how the club is coping with playing in the Europa League after reaching the final of the last Champions League.
Tottenham finished the season 6th on the league table and will join the Europa League at the second qualifying stage of the competition in a one-legged fixture on September 17.