Tottenham staff profiles
Written by Simon Austin — December 1, 2017
The longest-serving chairman in the Premier League and the architect of modern Tottenham. A lifelong Spurs fan, whose father owned clothing retailer Mr Byrite, he gained a first in economics and land economy from Cambridge University and became Managing Director of ENIC Group, which owns 85.55% of the club. A famously tough negotiator who plays a lead role in transfer negotiations and masterminded the move to the Tottenham Stadium.
An influential figure who works closely with Levy, taking on many of the day-to-day responsibilities for running the football side of the club. Has a background in accountancy and was at QPR for five years before joining Spurs in March 2015.
One of the most successful - and divisive - managers of all time. His trophy haul is unsurpassed by anyone still working in the game, including league titles in Portugal, England, Italy and Spain and two Champions League triumphs. However, his spells at Chelsea and Manchester United ended ignominiously, leading some to question whether he has evolved with the game has in the last five years.
A new addition to Mourinho's inner circle. Had worked at Lille since January 2017, working his way up from analyst to assistant as the club qualified for the Champions League. Studied at the University of Glamorgan and worked as a performance analyst intern for the Wales national team under Gary Speed and Chris Coleman.
As with Sacramento, was hired by Mourinho from Lille, where he had worked since July 2018. The common thread is Luis Campos - the Sporting Director at the French club, who has remained a close friend of Mourinho's after working with him at Real Madrid. Replaces Toni Jimenez, who left with Mauricio Pochettino.
Long-time ally of Mourinho's, who worked with him at Porto, Real Madrid and Manchester United. Will help with analysis of opponents and likely to be with him on the bench.
Worked with Mourinho at Chelsea and Manchester United. At United, he was the bridge between the manager and the analysis team.
PERFORMANCE & MEDICAL
HEAD OF MEDICAL & SPORTS SCIENCE
Dr Shabaaz Mughal
A long-standing member of staff who gained national attention when he treated Fabrice Muamba on the pitch in March 2012 following his cardiac arrest.
Fifth new member of staff to be brought in by Mourinho. Worked with the Portuguese at Real Madrid, Chelsea and Manchester United.
Long-standing member of staff who hit the headlines when Andros Townsend pushed him away following a game against Aston Villa in November 2015.
Became the club's first full-time nutritionist in June, having previously been with the high-performance centre at the University of Birmingham. Took over from Matt Lovell, who had been consultant nutritionist for seven years.
STRENGTH & CONDITIONING
At Spurs since June 2012, having previously been at Fulham.
FIRST TEAM DOCTOR
Joined Spurs from Chelsea in January 2017. Was initially with the Academy before becoming first team doctor in July 2018.
Promoted from Academy to first team at start of 2018/19 season. Replaced James Redden, who left to become Head of Sports Science at Luton. Had previously been with the Academy for five years,
Has been at Tottenham since 2004, arriving from Fulham.
Recently celebrated his 10-year anniversary at the club. Previously at Charlton and Chelsea.
Head of Medical at Brentford and Leyton Orient before arriving at Spurs five years ago.
Has been with the club for almost 11 years and is the physio who goes onto the pitch to assist players.
HEAD OF PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS
Arrived in March 2015 to head up the performance analysis team, covering first team, U21s and Academy. Previously at Brighton and MK Dons.
PERFORMANCE & OPPOSITION ANALYST
Joined in June 2012, having previously been at West Brom and the Football Association.