Jose Mourinho walks out after getting frustrated with technical difficulties with the virtual post-m

Jose Mourinho walks out after getting frustrated with technical difficulties with the virtual post-m

Spurs manager Jose Mourihno walks out of the post-match press conference after getting frustrated at technical diffculties on the virtual call.
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