- Jose Mourinho has got many fans supporting him after he was sacked as Tottenham manager
- The Portuguese boss was let go with reports claiming he did not want to participate in the Super League
- Spurs have only managed to gain two points in their last three matches and are seventh on the Premier League table
Jose Mourinho's sacking as Tottenham boss has not gone well with some sections of fans who believed the Portuguese boss still has what it takes.
The Special One took over from Mauricio Pochettino and have only managed to keep them in seventh position in the Premier League.
It is understood the former Chelsea boss was told Spurs want to be involved with the Super League.
The Lily Whites had difficult times coping with the Europa League at the round-rubbing stages which Mourinho raised concerns about the congestion for his players.
And fans have come out to throw their weight behind Portuguese gaffer for refusing to participate in the Super League.
One fan said:
"Honestly though, Mourinho deserves all the respect in the world if he was sacked for speaking against the ESL."
A second said:
"Jose Mourinho has been sacked has Tottenham manger reportedly after a row with the management for refusing to take the players to train following the clubs decision to join the Super League."
A third die-hard fan said:
"Mourinho sacked on his morals and beliefs.
"Most managers are puppets and lose all their integrity these days. Let him be an example.
A fourth said:
"Mourinho was sacked after he refused to train the players due to the announcement of the Super League. He did what was right. Justice for Jose."
The fifth was patriotic:
"Jose Mourinho sacked because he didn't want to be involved with the Super League. He's the GOAT."
An official statement is yet to be released by the club as to why Mourinho and his coaching staff was relieved of his duties.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Tottenham have sacked Jose Mourinho with just six days to their Carabao Cup final against Man City.
It was gathered that Spurs have decided to dispense with Mourinho after just over a season and a half in charge.
They are in seventh position on the Premier League standings and at risk of missing out on a place in the top four.