Also consider that this is an opinion piece, so he's going to load it with even more rubbish just to get more clicks and reads.The guy managed to pack like a whole three complete non-sequiturs into a two sentence tweet
- Mourinho didn't 'leave' Tottenham as much as he was sacked
- How does it matter in the context of his sacking whether or not he knew Kane wanted to leave?
- Not to mention, surely Mourinho knew that Kane would likely want to leave at some point when he got hired in the first place
- And then, what has Mourinho's knowing of Kane's wish to leave, at the time of his sacking, have to do with the "ambition" of United?!