Ex Tottenham and England manager Glenn Hoddle believes his ex club made a mistake in ousting Jose Mourinho.
Daniel Levy, Spurs chairman sacked Mourinho a little over a week ago, and brought on Academy coach, Ryan Mason as temporary boss to the end of the season.
Mason’s side defeated Southampton in the Premier League, but lost the Carabao Cup final to Manchester City 1-0 on Sunday.
During a Q&A through the Evening Standard, Hoddle was asked if Mourinho was finished in England. His response stated:
“No, not necessarily. I do not think Jose should have been sacked. Every manager needs time and, like I said in my answer to the first question, it is not the Spurs squad that people think.
“People talk about how poorly Jose did at Manchester United and I do laugh because he came runners-up in the Premier League and he won two trophies. Now any Spurs fan would have settled for that when he arrived.
“Jose is a good manager, he has proved that. So he will go somewhere, whether or not it is somewhere in this country I do not know, but he will win and be successful.”