Why José Mourinho was wrong to hang Deli Alli out to dry | Jonathan Liew

  The Guardian 

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By taking off star playmaker during Champions League game, Tottenham manager risks fracturing his confidence Perhaps, on reflection, José Mourinho wished it had been Dele’s brother after all. As Dele Alli hurled his water bottle to the ground in fury at being substitutedagainst RB Leipzig on Wednesday night , as first right boot and then left boot were flung off, Mourinho might have been tempted to conclude that his attempts at motivating his star playmaker had not met with unreserved success. It was Alli, after all, whom Mourinho had singled out during his first press conference in November as one of his most important projects. “Are you Dele or Dele’s brother?” he asked during their first conversation. “OK. Play like Dele. The real Dele.” Now, in the aftermath of a first-leg Champions League defeat, the tone would be slightly different. Continue reading...
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