JOSE MOURINHO has already lost more Premier League games as Tottenham manager than he did in his first TWO seasons with Chelsea.
The Portuguese was hired to replace Mauricio Pochettino in November but has failed to hit the ground running in North London.
Mourinho exploded on to the scene with a dynamic style of play that saw Chelsea lose just one league game in his first season - a 1-0 defeat at Manchester City.
But compare that to the impact he has had in North London and you'd be forgiven for wondering if it is the same man.
Spurs have won just nine from 20 since Jose took charge with a win rate of just 45 per cent and a pitiful 1.55 points-per-game (PPG) ratio.
He managed 76.3 per cent during his first two seasons with the Blues and a staggering 2.45 PPG.
Spurs have scored just 33 goals since Mourinho's first match - an average of 1.65 per-game (GPG) and conceded nearly as many (27) at an average of 1.35-per-game.