Jose Mourinho reveals ‘Not everyone at Tottenham is happy’ after tough night for Harry Winks and Dele Alli


Harry Winks was asked to make his way through the tunnel after being snagged by Jose Mourinho, the Tottenham boss confirmed, while admitting there was some dissatisfaction in his ranks.

Winks went straight into the tunnel, looking rather frustrated at having been lifted off ahead of time for Tottenham’s Europa League victory over Royal Antwerp on Thursday night, raising concerns that he could have taken damage. storm the tunnel.

However, with freezing temperatures in north London, Mourinho revealed that he told Winks to leave and warm up.

“I told him to go, I told all the players who left the field to leave because when it is cold I prefer them to go to the locker room and take a shower and be warm and safe” , Mourinho said.

“I told them to leave, some prefer to stay cold, they prefer to stay and participate in the game from the bench. Winks decided to go and I’m happy because I told him to do it. ”

Asked about the involvement of Dele Alli, who was named to the bench but was not used, Mourinho said: “How can I keep them all happy… I don’t think everyone is happy at all , but I cannot create miracles. ”
He added: “But let’s not run away from reality. A player on the bench who realizes that all five subs have of course been used is not a happy player and I would not expect him to be happy. ”
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