Tottenham boss will lose his job after players failed to respond to him, says Jenas.
Tottenham had won five matches in a row in all competitions before the north London derby.
Jermaine Jenas says Liverpool are 'lacking legs' in midfield and blames one man in particular...
The Old Trafford giants swooped to sign the highly-rated 23-year-old from Ajax in the summer.
The Netherlands international was expected to make a huge impact when he arrived in the summer.
Salah scored both of the Reds' goals but it was another Liverpool player who caught Jenas' eye.
“Tottenham just looked like a lot of very frustrated players with no direction, which is odd."
Bale left Spurs for Real Madrid in 2013 for £85million.
Jenas is reserving judgement on Mourinho until he brings in "his players".
Jenas insists Grealish is "the best of the bunch".
Jenas has backed his former team for move for a reported target.
He was 'out of his depth' and 'looked shattered'.
Jenas is “surprised” Spurs have not yet tied Vertonghen, Alderweireld or Eriksen to new contracts at the club.
Jenas claims Anthony Martial 'just goes missing' and should have been sold this summer...
"It’s the capitulation, it’s that moment of 'it is not going great, let’s feel sorry for ourselves.'"
Ex-Tottenham midfielder Jamie O'Hara reckons David Bentley is "one of the best characters in football".
Jermaine Jenas thinks Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should "carry the can" for Monday night's "penalty shambles".
Jurgen Klopp has never gone further than the fourth round in the FA Cup. Jermaine Jenas is not happy.
Jermaine Jenas believes Maurizio Sarri "has to adjust his thinking" on N'Golo Kante.
It was "disgusting" of Jose Mourinho to use Romelu Lukaku to prove a point against Marcus Rashford.
Dele Alli "is the kind of player that Spurs could replace," according to Jermaine Jenas. And we agree.
Jenas expected more from Liverpool this season. Carragher says their fourth with the sixth-best squad.
Jermaine Jenas became the symbol of a cossetted, modern-day footballer. Graeme Souness stitched him up.
Jenas found it "weird" that United offered £3m for him in 2002, when Leeds and Newcastle stumped up £5m.
"If you want someone who will dictate a game, sign Luka Modric," Jermaine Jenas added.
He’s the next Gary, Gary. Maybe he's too nice but we lay the blame for that at the door of his lovely mother...
Didn't Jermaine Jenas retire about five years ago? Apparently not. A sad day for football.
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