‘I feel that desire’: Mourinho believes Tottenham Cup can end drought | Football

Jose Mourinho believes Tottenham players have expressed a desire to end the club’s trophy drought after booking their place in the Carabo Cup final Won 2-0 against Brentford.

Moussa Sissoko’s opening header made Spurs reach Wembley for the first time since 2015, with Evan Tony’s goal not allowed to be somewhat offside in the second half. The 16th season of son Hyung-min has sealed the victory for Tottenham, who will face the winners of Wednesday’s clash between Manchester United and Manchester City in the April final.

Victory means Mourinho surpassed Sir Alex Ferguson and Brian Kloff four times in 2005, 2007 and 2015 with Chelsea and in 2017 with Manchester United. But Spurs have not won a trophy since Juan Ramos. Led them to extra time Victory against Chelsea At the 2008 League Cup, their current manager hopes to change.

“I came to England in 2004 and I remember at that time I had to learn the meaning of the trophies here,” Mourinho said. “I always took it seriously. If there is any secret it should be taken seriously.

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“That’s the desire I feel on the team. I didn’t say that [a] Winning mood – I’m not saying we’ve this or that. I mean we were honest men, the guys took it seriously because it was the first game in Chelsea and the second game in Stoke. I hope to do this again on Sunday in Crosby against the Marines. ”

After a challenge from Brentford’s Josh Tasilva, Mourinho said Pierre-Emily Hajjerk would be eligible to face a non-league team in the third round of the FA Cup. Mourinho said the former Arsenal youth team player was shown a straight red card after the VAR reconsidered the incident, but did not want Hajjerg to be replaced by Jabette Tanganga.

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“It’s definitely a bad act, because he’s a lot of bleeding and the shin pad is a bit broken. But it’s football. Baby Tashilva is a young man, a good player. There is nothing to criticize in the heat of the game. , So I hope he can be right over the weekend. ”

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