Honestly, the only joy left in Mourinho's professional life is his incessant sparring with the soccer media. And like Torts in the NHL ... even that gets old eventually.A day after confirming their participation in the European Super League, Spurs sacked Jose Mourinho. Hopefully, this is the end for him, his clubs are increasingly joyless to watch, and the results aren’t there any more.
Hull and the Posh have no business slumming it down in League 1, so good on them for the bounce back. 'Bout time for Sunderland too. C'mon the North.League One wrapped up today. Hull had an immediate bounce back to the Championship, winning the league. Peterborough United were 2nd. Blackpool, Sunderland, Lincoln and Oxford United got the playoff spots, with Oxford sneaking in over Charlton on goal difference. Rochdale, Northampton, Swindon and Bristol were relegated. For Northampton and Swindon, it was one and done.
It was probably time, as his tactics seemed to have gone a bit stale this last season. He did a great job overall though, and blew past the longest tenure with Wolves in the Prem. I wouldn't be surprised to see him go back to Portugal or Spain rather than take another job in England though. Wolves are a VERY Portuguese-forward outfit.Nuno Espirto Santo will leave Wolves by mutual consent after the season. He had been there for 4 years, winning the Championship and bringing Wolves into European competition for the first time in 50 years. Could he end up at West Brom, with Big Sam leaving?