Having left Manchester United with a bitter taste two years ago, a new social media-friendly Jose Mourinho has quickly rediscovered his spark at Tottenham Hotspur, but despite Spurs’ fine form, the Portuguese coach remains grounded.

Ahead of the trip to his former club Chelsea on Sunday, where he won three Premier League titles during two spells at the club, Mourinho, having lost his mojo after a difficult two years at Old Trafford, appears happy again in the capital.

No longer is the Portuguese calling out his players publicly, demanding he is shown “respect” from journalists or slamming water bottles on the ground on the touchline.

Mourinho and Spurs thriving on underdog status


Instead, the man Mourinho singled out most for criticism last season — Tanguy Ndombele — is front and centre of the Spurs revolution, while an ostensibly happier Spurs boss has created an Instagram…

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