Tottenham Hotspur worried about Mourinho working with Arsenal coach on duty in Wales

Jose Mourinho has said he is unhappy that Tottenham winger Gareth Bale will be under an Arsenal coach when he returns to international duty next week. Bell has returned to the Wales squad after missing the October international, and will be led by assistant coaches Robert Page and Albert Stevenberg, who have been working for Spurs Ark, as well as Michael Arteter, as Ryan Giggs has been absent since the attacker was arrested on suspicion. Rival

Giggs, who denies all allegations, agreed with the Football Association of Wales to stand aside for matches against the United States, the Republic of Ireland and Finland. Mourinho, however, argues that it is not true that Stevenberg, who worked alongside Jigsaw at Manchester United under Louis van Gaal, did justice. Mourinho said: “The only thing that makes Arsenal a coach is that it doesn’t make me very comfortable. “The truth is, it doesn’t make me very comfortable. “National team matches should have coaches who work exclusively for them, coaches who don’t work for other clubs.”

He played the most since returning to Spurs on a long-term loan deal from Real Madrid in the B minutes minute of Thursday’s win over Ludogorets at Todenham. Bell suffered a knee injury during Wales’ win over Bulgaria in September and has been building his fitness at Tottenham ever since. Mourinho added, “He’s a player who needs to be safe, he’s a player who has had enough problems in the past,” Mourinho added. “He’s working a lot harder and we’re all working with him so carefully that we don’t want to ruin the work we’ve been doing for months. If they care about him as much as we do, they will have to manage their recovery period.

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Mourinho will return to the optimistic Sergio Reguin Flu after Sunday afternoon’s televised afternoon kick-off against Tottenham in West Brom. The Portuguese accepted the 2-hour turnaround after returning from Bulgaria. “But we get big salaries and of course we are broadcasters [a] The big pay we all get is a big responsibility, “he said.” So they have the right to choose, but it would be better if they could be a little more caring about the English teams in Europe. In other countries they do. “

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