The past 24 hours will certainly go down in Tottenham Hotspur’s history.
After five historic yet trophyless years in charge, Mauricio Pochettino was sacked by Spurs and Daniel Levy on Tuesday evening. His successor? None other than one of the most successful managers of all time, the ‘Special One’: Jose Mourinho.
Mourinho has plenty of managerial experience in the Premier League. He enjoyed great success at Manchester Utd and Chelsea (a rival of Spurs), winning titles and breaking records along the way.
Mourinho’s return to the Premier League can almost always guarantee two things: trophies and drama.
Pochettino was a victim of his own success in many ways. He turned Spurs from a club which flirted with fourth into a consistent Champions League competitor and even a title challenger from time to time.
A disappointing league campaign last season was evened out by surely the most remarkable run to a Champions League final in history – Klopp and Liverpool spoiled the party.
But Spurs have had plenty of managerial drama in their time. 27 years, 20 managers – can you name them all?