Gareth Bale’s application at Tottenham has been questioned, while the Spurs gamers are progressively disappointed at Jose Mourinho’s techniques, according to a report.

A dismal 1-0 defeat to Chelsea on Thursday night saw Spurs lose three succeeding league games for the very first time since 2012 as their project is imploding having been top of the table in mid-December.

5 beats from 9 video games has ended any hopes of a title obstacle and is making a top-four finish look challenging, however Mourinho has guided Spurs to the final of the Carabao Cup and they are still in the FA Cup and Europa League.

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There is some discontent within the advocates at outcomes and Mourinho’s practical design of play, and now the Daily Mail claims that ‘there is a worry within the Tottenham team about the current style of play in the middle of concerns the conservative strategies are restraining the team’s assaulting players’.

Gareth Bale is one Tottenham player who has run out kind this season, with the Wales global failing to make an effect since his high-profile loan move from Real Madrid.

Bale has only made two Premier League begins for Spurs this term and now the Daily Mail includes that his ‘application is being questioned by Tottenham’.

It is understood that ‘there was particular dissatisfaction at Bale’s work-rate’ versus Brighton as he was awarded an unusual start in the Premier League.

The report claims that ‘even Brighton’s gamers were said to be surprised at the apparent absence of industry revealed by Bale’.

Mourinho snapped at a press reporter when questioned about Bale after their 1-0 loss to Chelsea, with the Welshman stopping working to make it off the bench.

Asked by a TELEVISION reporter why he did not come on, Mourinho replied: “Good concern. You do not deserve to know the answer.”