Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho has decided to shave his head completely ahead of the resumption from the winter break with his Premier League side.
When Jose Mourinho was at Chelsea, the Portuguese did the same at Stamford Bridge in which the Blues went on to win nine of their opening Premier League games.
He made it clear then that it was time to go to war in which his wards delivered brilliantly.
And also during the 2012/13 season, Jose Mourinho explained that he had used Fernando Torres' clippers to cut down his head by himself.
The former Manchester United gaffer replaced Mauricio Pochettino at Tottenham, but Jose Mourinho and his wards are still fighting for the top four this term.
Tottenham are currently occupying fifth position on the Premier League standings and are four points behind Chelsea who occupy fourth position.
Pochettino was sacked to Tottenham despite the club reaching the final of the Champions League where they lost against Premier League rivals Liverpool.
Spurs have been playing with their captain Harry Kane who suffered ankle injury and just recovering after surgery.
Jose Mourinho was offered Zlatan Ibrahimovic even before Harry Kane got injured which he rejected.
Meanwhile, Jose Mourinho and his players will be facing Aston Villa in their next Premier League game with the hope of keeping the pressure on Chelsea.
Aston Villa who are playing at home are battling to avoid relegation this season and a win will do them lot of good.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy broke silence on Mauricio Pochettino's sacking with a huge hint that the Argentine may possibly return to Spurs in the future.
The Argentine was given a disgraceful marching order out of Tottenham Stadium in an astonishing circumstance that eased in the return of Jose Mourinho.
Mauricio Pochettino spent five years with the Premier League giants and led them to their first Champions League final against Liverpool in Spain last season.
Barely two months after the change, Levy said the former manager will be back on managerial role in the future, suggesting that Jose Mourinho's relationship with the North London side may be short-lived.
The Spurs chief also disclosed that sacking Pochettino was the hardest decision that passed through his desk, though admitted that it is for the goodness of the club which was inching down the Premier League log.
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