'All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur' Episode 9: Ending the season on a high and looking towards a bright future

From Mourinho's optimism to saying goodbye to some of their players, the final epsisode can be a tad emotional for Tottenham fans


                            'All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur' Episode 9: Ending the season on a high and looking towards a bright future
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Spoilers for 'All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur' Episode 9

That the Spurs finished sixth in the 2019-20 season isn't news. But the fact they did it after being pegged back to 14th place is a story in itself. The result is a blend of Jose Mourinho's style of coaching, the relationship he built with the team and their skillset that enabled them to end with a season knowing they are now a formidable team and legitimate contenders to win the trophy. The final episode shows the team's journey as they battle Sheffield United, Everton, Bournemouth, Arsenal, New Castle, and Leicester City.

The biggest celebration comes in when the Spurs get the better of rivals Arsenal. Son Heung-min and an unlikely hero in Toby Alderweireld see them defeat the gunners 2-1. A win against New Castle and a drawn match against Leicester saw them end the season in sixth place and also make it to the Europa League. There is also enough focus on their expensive signing, Tanguy Ndombele, who had a lack of game time with the Spurs.

It is safe to say the second half of the 60-minute episode was all about looking at the future. The team bid goodbye to two of their players— Jan Vertonghen and Michel Vorm. Mourinho who declared that he always won trophies was happy that the side had a hell of a finish after a disastrous start to the 2019 season. Some major highlights include the debated Son-Lloris heated argument, the extension of Japhet Tanganga's contract and intense dressing room conversations.

It is quite clear Mourinho's bonded well with the side. The decorated gaffer known for his tactical prowess, game management and his ability to adapt to different situations is seen in almost every game where he makes changes that clearly work in favor of the Spurs. His constant instruction of playing aggressive football is finally seen in the last leg of the Spurs season. With Mourinho at the helm and a skilled squad at his disposal, the message is clear from the docuseries— Spurs cannot be taken lightly.

The final minutes of the episode may be a bit of an emotional one, especially for Tottenham fans, but the footage reassures the team is in safe hands and it all depends on how they fare in the upcoming season.

'All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur' is available for streaming on Amazon Prime Video.

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