JOSE MOURINHO is now in the midst of the worst winless run of his ENTIRE career – with furious Tottenham fans quickly getting #JoseOut trending on Twitter.
The Spurs boss, 57, has now failed to win in his last six matches, losing four and drawing twice in that run.
One of those draws even ended in a penalty shootout defeat – in the FA Cup defeat against Norwich.
In fact, Spurs have now failed to win since their 3-2 victory over Aston Villa on February 16.
The result was Mourinho’s heaviest defeat in the competition – level with his 4-1 loss against Borussia Dortmund in 2013 while in charge of Real Madrid.
Mourinho’s previous worst winless run as a manager came in 2007, when he led Chelsea to four draws and one loss in five games.
Just hours before the crunch match in Germany, the “Special One” insisted he would lead Tottenham to silverware, having won trophies at every other club he’s managed in his career.
Mourinho claimed: “I believe Spurs is not going to be my only club without silverware.
“I’ve won it at every club and I believe I am going to do it also with Tottenham.”
But Spurs are now out of Europe, out of the FA Cup, failed to win the Carabao Cup and sit EIGHTH in the Premier League, a staggering 41 points behind leaders Liverpool.
There is no doubt Tottenham will NOT be winning a trophy this year – and at this rate he may not make it to next season to have another crack.
Fans quickly took to Twitter following the drubbing in Leipzig to demand “#JoseOut”.
Mourinho's winless run
Feb 19 – RB Leipzig (0-2) – CL
Feb 22 – Chelsea (1-2) – PL
Mar 1 – Wolves (2-3) – PL
Mar 4 – Norwich (1-1, 2-3 on pens) – FA
Mar 7 – Burnley (1-1) – PL
Mar 10 – RB Leipzig (0-3) – CL
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One supporter wrote: “Come on @SpursOfficial no motivation. No clue. Negative football.
“Jose’s time has gone. We will only go backwards under him. #JoseOut #levyout”.
Another said: “@SpursOfficial petition should start to get this fraud out of our club #JoseOut”.
A third simply added: “#PochIn #JoseOut”.
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