Tuesday, 23 June 2020

'For the first time, I have six attacking players available' - Jose Mourinho

'For the first time, I have six attacking players available' - Jose Mourinho

Jose Mourinho is happy he has all of his six attacking players in the squad as his side prepare to face West Ham later today.

Since the former Manchester United manager became the manager of Spurs, one of his biggest problemss was not having all his attacking players available and this has been hurting them in games.

However, Lucas Moura who has been injured is not now back into Spurs squad and Dele is also back from punishment meaning The Special One now has all his attacking players available going into the game against West Ham tonight.

Speaking in a press conference ahead of the game, Jose Mourinho revealed how happy he is and that he loves to have this kind of selection problem.

'It's only good news,” Mourinho said

'Lucas is back from injury, Dele is back from punishment and no injuries coming from the game against Man Utd, so we didn't lose any players and we have two extra players that make our squad really, really good.

'That gives me for the first time since I arrived all six attacking players available for the game.'

'I've had matches with only one! Now finally I have six, so I can have people playing, people on the bench, rotate the players, and our attacking options for this match are really good.'

'They are all players that I like very, very much. I always liked the players who were here when I arrived and then, in the January window, we got Bergwijn, and Bergwijn, Lamela, Lucas, Son, Dele and Harry, six attacking players, all different, all very good, and the first time I have all of them available.'

'It is the kind of problem that we coaches, we just love it.'

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