The Portuguese coach, however, assumes his share of responsibility, but explains with a significant comparison the state of alarm that Tottenham is experiencing right now: “All the players on the Leipzig bench would play on my team right now“Part of reason is not lacking, since it had capital losses such as that of Kane or They are, together with others of lesser importance such as that of Bergwijn, Davies, Foyth or Sissoko. Thus, he included several men from the quarry in the call, played in attack point with Lucas Moura as usual emergency solution… Despite this, Mourinho’s team made the cut, at least statistically speaking. He lacked forcefulness behind, but only finished twice less between the three clubs and fought ball control.In any case, Mourinho had no qualms about recognizing the superiority of the rival: “Of course it was difficult and Leipzig deserved to reach the quarterfinals. All the teams in the world would fight the loss of five or six of their most important players. It’s as simple as that. We have many problems and it is really difficult.With the Premier’s halt due to the spread of the coronavirus, a new way is opened for Tottenham to recover their footballers for the final stretch. Before hearing the news, ‘Mou’ remained firm in the spirit of dedication: “Our problems will not disappear tomorrow. We have no results where we have not been able to fight for the points. We lost 3-2, 2-1, 1-0, draws … It’s not that we can’t fight. We will fight to the end. “ Tottenham said goodbye to the Champions League in the round of 16, after falling to Leipzig by three goals to nil in Germany and not being able to turn around the defeat also harvested in London. Despite all the injuries that plague the ‘spur’ squad, from England it has been considered a failure and Mourinho has been identified as one of the main responsible.
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Posted on November 28, 2011November 13, 2014Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Please take a moment to assist our colleagues at PATH who are conducting a survey on maternal health supplies in collaboration with Population Action International and the Maternal Health Supplies Working Group. Your input is critical:PATH is undergoing an in-depth landscape analysis of the barriers, challenges, and needs surrounding availability of and access to essential maternal health supplies. PATH recognizes the challenges to the delivery of quality MH services and reduction in maternal mortality and morbidity are myriad and complex. The intent of this landscaping is to inform recent efforts by the broader maternal and reproductive health communities to advance maternal health supplies advocacy by building upon the lessons learned and structures created by the reproductive health supplies movement. Their specific focus on overcoming the financial, logistical, and policy-related barriers to ensuring contraceptive supplies has helped to mobilize global support for and increase access to family planning overall.As a first step, PATH is surveying key stakeholders regarding their maternal health supplies interests and expertise, activities, and resources. Your opinions and views are very important to this process. Please complete the survey by Friday, December 16, 2011.To take the survey, click here.Share this: ShareEmailPrint To learn more, read: