Nearly impossible for Mourinho to match Pep & Klopp
Dethroning Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp is a “Kilimanjaro” task for Mourinho, says Sunday Oliseh
Sunday Oliseh describes the Liverpool and Manchester City manager as the two best coaches in the world and he says it will be a herculean task for Jose Mourinho to catch up with two.
Mourinho, on Wednesday, was appointed Tottenham’s new manager, as the club sacked its manager the previous manager.
The Portuguese, who has been out of Job since he’s fired as Manchester United’s manager last December will lead his new side out against West Ham tomorrow.
However, Oliseh a 54 capped former Nigeria international and former coach says giving more financial backings available to the duo of Klopp and Guardiola at their respective clubs, it’ll be a nearly insurmountable task for Mourinho to match the two.
Oliseh wrote in SundayOlisehTV: Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp are arguably the two hottest coaches of world football today, not only are they talented, confirmed and fanatical winners hey have huge financial capabilities to back their capabilities up.
“Dethroning this two by Mourinho really will be “a Kilimanjaro” climb for Mourinho in my opinion.”
Giving a remarkable standard erstwhile Spurs manager set prior to his departure, what could amount to success has been one of the biggest talks since Mourinho was appointed on Wednesday.
Oliseh will be defining Mourinho’s success by going a step further than his predecessor by winning either the English or Champions League.
He added, “A success at Tottenham would definitely mean getting better results than Pochettino: Must Win the champions league, Win the Premier league or finish amongst the top 4 for example at least.
“Personally I feel it is remarkable and should be noted that Jose Mourinho did win titles at the top clubs he coached and could justify his appointment by Tottenham.
“They need him to go one further and bring them a silverware, a feat Pochettino was not blessed with. His Ability to do or not do this could be decisive.”