Jose Mourinho is now officially the new Tottenham Hotspur manager after he replaced the previously sacked Mauricio Pochettino.
Daniel Levy obviously wanted change and with his team sitting in 14th place in the table and with no clear signs of improvement, he went out and got it in the form of ‘the Special One’.
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It still remains to be seen, however, what exactly can Mourinho do at his new club and whether he really can take Tottenham Hotspur back among the best in England.
Club legend Rafael van der Vaart seems to think so and he seems to be quite optimistic about Spurs’ new gaffer.
Recently, he posted a message on Mourinho on Twitter and called him a “phenomenal” coach in the process, giving some hope to many of their fans that were maybe having second thoughts.
Upon seeing the tweet, loads of them actually showered him with praise, stating how those were exactly the words they needed to hear and actually calling for him to return to the club.
Of course, there were also others who just proclaimed their love for their former player and said they still miss him very much.
You can see some of their replies down below:
This is why you’re my all time favourite Spurs player. Honestly love you so much Rafa 💙💙
— LP ☬🛫 (@thfclp__) November 21, 2019
I love your passion and I miss you at Spurs #COYS
— Dan (@1882_Dan) November 21, 2019
Rafael why dont you go for our under 23 Coach i would love to see that happen
— DAVSPURS (@davspurs) November 21, 2019
Love that vdv! Always be a legend in my eyes mate. We all love you. #COYS
— LEVY OUT (@LxcasMoura) November 21, 2019
You really should be heading up the biggest PR firm 🤩
— 🇮🇱 ✡🕎Tot’nam Chutzpah (@Bill10528380) November 21, 2019
Oh Rafa can’t you come back too in some form? Love your passion for our club!
— Kaye (@LadyKayeB) November 21, 2019
Great words, needed to hear that.
— Kevin Bray (@KlbSpurs) November 21, 2019
Raf. You are Jesus and God put together x
— Richard Skuse (@skuse_skuse) November 21, 2019
Couldn’t think of a better man to take up a new coaching position than yourself Rafa 😉
— PJ (@paulj86) November 21, 2019
What a legend!
— luke dust (@LDust) November 21, 2019
@rafvdvaart surely this means you’ll have to join spurs as a youth coach, having someone as talented at footy and passionate for the club as you are would help the youth at spurs immensely
— Cameron Stevenson (@CIPS_97) November 21, 2019