‘Only when I go to the toilet they’re not coming with me’: Jose Mourinho admits Amazon’s cameras ‘disturb’ him… but says he has no issue with focus on him when Spurs are playing
- Amazon are currently filming Jose Mourinho and Spurs for a new documentary
- Cameras have been following Mourinho’s every move at training and games
- Mourinho admitted he’s been surprised by the level of scrutiny by Amazon
Jose Mourinho has admitted that the constant scrutiny of Amazon cameras ‘disturb’ him after revealing they only stop filming when he goes to the toilet.
Amazon are currently filming a documentary based on Tottenham’s season, which follows on from the success of the ‘All or Nothing’ series with Manchester City.
The intention was for Amazon to film a successful campaign as Spurs built upon a successful 2018/19 campaign which saw them reach the Champions League final.
Jose Mourinho has admitted he’s ‘disturbed’ by the scrutiny of Amazon cameras filming him
Amazon are currently filming a fly on the wall documentary documenting Tottenham’s season
Mourinho revealed that the only place he isn’t currently being filmed is in the toilets
However, a disastrous start to the season saw Mauricio Pochettino replaced by Mourinho, who has now become the lead character in Amazon’s documentary.
‘I feel the cameras because they’ll be on my face. I walk in the tunnel it’s on my face, even before the game finishes the camera will be on my face,’ said Mourinho.
‘These guys (gestures to Amazon cameraman), these guys are 24 hours. Only when I go to the toilet they’re not coming with me! Apart from that they’re always with me.
Mourinho also dismissed talk of a clash of the super coaches between him and Jurgen Klopp
Tottenham face Liverpool on Saturday as they bid to arrest a poor run of Premier League form
‘Of course I feel it (the focus on a matchday). But disturb me? No, only Amazon disturb me, not the cameras on matchday. I don’t think about it.
After a bright start to his time in charge of Spurs, Mourinho has encountered a difficult run of results, as his side have slipped to sixth in the Premier League table.
That run could continue with Liverpool next up on Saturday, but the Portuguese has dismissed talk of a match-up of the super coaches between him and Jurgen Klopp.
‘Of course it’s not me against Jurgen. Big match – Tottenham v Liverpool . Let’s enjoy it.’