Alex Morgan says she has learnt a lot from watching Jose Mourinho’s aspect as she will get set to depart Tottenham Women and return to the US within the New Year.
The 31-year-old, who has 170 caps for the USA and is a two-time Women’s World Cup winner, joined Spurs from Orlando Pride in September.
Using her time to regain match health after giving beginning in May, the ahead made 5 appearances, scoring twice within the Women’s Super League (WSL).
Speaking solely to The Women’s Football Show, Morgan admits she is going to take one or two issues again to the US from watching Mourinho’s group surge up the Premier League desk.
- Lucy Bronze has unfinished enterprise in England
- Shelley Kerr steps down as Scotland Women head coach
- WSL: Man Utd thrash Bristol City; Arsenal go second
“They’ve got off to a fairly good start and Jose (Mourinho) has done a great job to get this team to the top,” Morgan mentioned.
- The 12 tales that outlined sport in 2020
- Neville: Man Utd ought to solely purchase if proper participant obtainable
- John Part: The Emperor of Planet Darts
- Merse: Man Utd could make title assertion at Leicester
- Best driver? Biggest shock? F1 2020: The Awards
- Pochettino near PSG job
- Joshua: Why my coach is like Sir Alex
- PL predictions: Arsenal to beat Chelsea
- When Jamie met Hendo: Christmas Special
- Morgan: I learnt a lot from Jose’s Spurs
“That was a good thing to watch as I entered my phase with Spurs Women as the top of the game always tries to steal from others at the top of the game. You are always trying to learn, get better and be the best”.
Morgan was considered one of a variety of the USA’s 2019 World Cup-winning squad to maneuver to the WSL firstly of the season, with Sam Mewis and Rose Lavelle becoming a member of Manchester City and Tobin Heath and Christen Press transferring to Manchester United.
Alex Morgan celebrates after scoring Tottenham's third aim from the penalty spot with Ria Percival
WSL’s US signing spree analysed
When Morgan’s transfer to Tottenham was accomplished simply earlier than the Transfer Deadline in Autumn it capped off a unprecedented window for girls’s soccer in England.
But with Morgan on her method again to Orlando after taking part in simply 5 video games for Spurs, what has the impression of the summer season signing spree from the States been on the WSL?
Our reporter Anton Toloui analyses the scenario forward of the winter Transfer Window opening on January 1.
Watch The Women’s Football Show from 6pm on Sky Sports Football.
Win £1,000,000 free of charge with Super 6!
The £1,000,000 returns for Boxing Day. Enter your predictions free of charge and you may turn into a millionaire!