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Located in Siberia, this is a school and a temporary home for the worst football players in the world.
The Bricks get separated in classes. With Class A being the very worst and Class C being an entry level. Players who improve can get suspended from the Academy.
Being inducted into the Brick Academy is both good and bad. There is the initial embarassment, but it brings awareness and forces players and managers to work hard and be better
This man is clearly example of being a one season wonder.
There was that one game he had in the second leg against Atletico Madrid where Cristiano scored his hat-trick, but he actually was the best player on the pitch.
Since then, it's just been downhill. He has not helped the team in anyway and just runs around the pitch aimlessly, clueless about what he's doing. Which is why this has to be a home for him.
And the worrying thing is, I don't see any signs of him improving or getting better. It looks like he is just cashing in a cheque and is simply making appearances. And this is just something you see in football, where a Brick can fool you for a season, but he can't full you for his whole career.
Please, let's be very clear that I still love Ma Boy, and I will always bring up 2010, no matter how much it annoys people.
But we have to keep things real.
This was always a bad move for him, and I feared this would happen. Sadly, he hasn't really been that much of an improvement on Pochettino, and the loss against Zagreb which you can definitely blame on the players, is a loss that Mourinho has to also share some of that responsibility as well.
You, as the manager, you are the leader of men and the one tasked with ensuring they are best prepared. Now he can't get Kane to put away an easy shot, but something has to be wrong tactically where they were unable to get a goal being the superior team.
Now, he resides in Class C, and it might take him leaving Tottenham and maybe finding his way to a PSG to revive him. But can Mourinho still manage a top team? I think he can, but does the world share the same sentiment?