Tottenham: Aurier attacked a Mourinho assistant to justify his departure

Arriving at Villarreal last October after a difficult adventure at Tottenham, Serge Aurier spoke about his relationship with Jose Mourinho’s assistant Joao Sacramento, who, according to the Ivorian international, did not have a good relationship with the Spurs locker room.

Serge Aurier’s tooth is hard. If he finds joy at Villarreal, who are preparing to play their Champions League semi-final against Liverpool on Wednesday (The Indian Paper 1 to follow), the Ivorian international hasn’t forgotten his delicate route to Tottenham, where he made his debut. contract terminated. the last summer. In an interview with the Telegraph, the defender returned to this period and did not leave Joo Sacramento, the former assistant of Jose Mourinho.

“Football is different than it was ten years ago. He (Mourinho) is still a great coach, but there are things that have evolved. Sometimes players need more love and attention.” No, I speak for his assistant Joao is a badass and didn’t have a good relationship with the dressing room, so everything went downhill. There was a lack of good communication.” , rebukes the former Parisian.

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Sacramento, a blood character

Serge Aurier was clearly marked by the special character of the former deputy of “Mau”. “It was one of his first experiences in the first team and he lacked calmness with the players. He needed to care more about the person behind the player. Sometimes when you’re not playing, a lot Things are going through your mind, and you need someone who will calm you down and help you out, give you good vibes, don’t send you negative messages. And I think that’s where it all started.”

After three up and down seasons in the Tottenham jersey (110 games, 8 goals, 17 assists in all competitions), the Ivorian International accepted a challenge from Villarreal, who qualified for the first time in their history. League after knocking out Bayern Munich in the quarter-finals for the last four of the Champions League.

“I feel loved and respected here, he explains. Changing your life and adapting quickly is not easy, but Villarreal is the ideal place to do so. Unlike Tottenham with the way the team plays, always having the ball It’s about and that has helped me get fit better. Anything can happen. Liverpool are one of the best teams in the world, but that won’t stop us from fighting. And fighting is the motto of my life. “

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