Antonio Cassano thinks Roma boss Jose Mourinho is ‘doing worse than he did at Tottenham’

The self-proclaimed ‘Special One’ made a shock return to management just weeks after Spurs sacked him, despite only officially taking charge of the Serie A giants at the start of the pre-season. -season.

For many in England, Mourinho is seen as a manager who has failed to keep up with the times, and Daniel Levy’s decision to replace the popular Mauricio Pochettino with a man sacked by Chelsea and Manchester United ultimately failed to bear fruit. fruits.

Yet despite his fading star, the Portuguese is undoubtedly one of the box office names in management and is more controversial than ever.

Currently, his Roma side are eighth, six points behind Juventus in the final Champions League qualifying spot despite an ambitious summer recruitment drive to see Tammy Abraham arrive in a big deal.

“Roma are a disaster,” Cassano, who played for the Italian club between 2001 and 2006, told TuttoMercatoWeb.

“He’s been doing great since that 6-1 loss. Mourinho is doing worse than Tottenham, even from a media perspective, where he’s always been number one. I don’t like anything.”

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