It will be that much more satisfying to win the Premier League if Jose Mourinho is in charge of a side below us, right?!
We’ve already faced Spurs once – so will only have to play Tottenham, who’ve just appointed the Portuguese having sacked Mauricio Pochettino last night, one more time – on January 11.
Naturally, Twitter has exploded following the news, with multiple comments regarding Mourinho’s old/new rivalry with Jurgen Klopp circling.
Many are just glad to see them both competing again, alongside Pep Guardiola – in what’s the holy trinity of the ‘Big Bosses’ right now.
Others oddly think Mou could do some damage in the title race, but he’s just as likely to hurt our rivals as us.
Some think Mourinho’s tepid style of football shouldn’t be overlooked just because his ego is box-office…
To be honest, it’s pretty exciting – and could actually take some of the attention off Liverpool’s title surge for a good few weeks – which we’d appreciate.
Every news channel in the world is just talking about this Jose mourinho’s appointment with Tottenham hotspur…Football is back,banter is back…now we can sit down and watch Klopp,pep and Jose entertain us…grab your popcorn
— NICK.💨 (@nickslimee) November 20, 2019
Jose Mourinho is back to the EPL as Tottenham Hotspur Manager.
Let us add fuel to the Klopp-Guardiola fight. They now have a common enemy. They will soon be friends. pic.twitter.com/ei5deVjEme
— Floki (@WandeTAjayi) November 20, 2019
I suspect Jose Mourinho had other suitors and Spurs were forced to move; the timing of all this reeks of how Liverpool let Brendan Rodgers go so as to get Jurgen Klopp before anyone else.
Whether it's the right decision, time will tell
— Mike Njoroge (@Mikenjoro) November 20, 2019
Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Ndombele, Winks, Eriksen, Son, Moura, Dele and Kane under Jose Mourinho.
— Vedansh (@NathaniVedansh) November 20, 2019
When Liverpool lost the champions league final, was Klopp sacked? Did the players or fans want him out? No, they knuckled down and won it the very next year.
Be careful what you wish for Tottenham. #Pochettino #Mourinho pic.twitter.com/2UD3ixw1vh
— Dave Firth (@fuse7777) November 20, 2019
Both Mourinho and Klopp in the league to torment Pep, you love to see it
— #freekeita (@marcoparco8) November 20, 2019
I’m not feeling it about Mourinho, despite his record. He was peak 10 years ago but nowhere near where Klopp/Pep et al are at. I hope I’m proved wrong but his last Chelsea/Man U teams almost bored me to death along with his miserable whinging. Time will tell…..#spurs
— David Crowley (@DavidCrowley76) November 20, 2019
— Dexter H (@dexterhiimusic) November 20, 2019
Sad to see Poch go but Mourinho has that cheeky spark back in his eyes. You can see it when he's commentating. Serial winner, probably wants to prove a point against Pep and Klopp. Get him in ASAP. Anything else would be a huge step back #COYS
— Nathan Geen (@nathangeen) November 19, 2019
You have Mourinho
We have Klopp.
Your move.. pic.twitter.com/8n8CJw3PgW
— #BigBagg 💰 (@BWA_CJ) November 20, 2019