Jose Mourinho, Spurs manager, accuses Dele Alli of causing problems for his team

Jose Mourinho, Spurs manager, accuses Dele Alli of causing problems for his team

- Jose Mourinho has slammed Dele Alli for his performances for Tottenham this term

- The Portuguese claimed that the Englishman is causing problems for his team

- Spurs have dropped from top four and they are now occupying sixth on the EPL table

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Mourinho who is the boss of Premier League giants Tottenham has pointed an accusing finger at one of his players, Dele Alli, claiming that the Englishman is causing problems for his team.

This comes despite Tottenham recording a brilliant win over Championship side Stoke City in the Carabao Cup in which Dele Alli started for the Premier League side.

Dele Alli had some chances to score for Tottenham in the opening 10 minutes of the Carabao Cup encounter, but he was unable to convert any which made Jose Mourinho livid.

The 24-year-old also made a mistake which helped Jordan Thompson score a goal for Stoke City in the Carabao Cup game.

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According to the report on GOAL, Jose Mourinho explained that he was angry with the goal his team conceded.

"For me a player who plays in that position is a player that has to link and create and not create problems for his own team. They got us on the counterattack.
“First half we were solid. They didn't touch the ball, have a shot, have a corner. Instead of killing the game we kill ourselves. After that was a moment we needed stability and attitude.”
Jose Mourinho and Dele Alli in action for Spurs
Jose Mourinho, Spurs coach, accuses Dele Alli of causing problems for his team. Photo by Marc Atkins
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Mourinho and his wards will be facing Wolves in their next Premier League game on Sunday, December 27.

Earlier, had reported how Jose Mourinho might be planning another huge surprise for Tottenham Hotspur next summer.

The 57-year-old already succeeded in bringing Gareth Bale back to North London on loan from Real Madrid - with an option to sign him permanently.

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According to reports in Spain, Mourinho is reportedly plotting to bring Luka Modric back to the club after about eight years with Los Blancos.

The Croatian joined the Spanish League defending champions in 2012 in a mega deal winning four Champions Leagues, two La Ligas and three Club World Cups since then.

Mourinho was responsible for signing Modric for Real in 2012 and he has gone ahead to score 24 goals and 56 assists in 362 appearances since then.

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