Things have moved fast in North London over the last 12 hours. After announcing the parting of ways with manager Mauricio Pochettino, Tottenham Hotspur unveiled their new head coach this morning - José Mourinho. The now departed Argentine enjoyed a very positive spell at the club over the last four years, but was unable to convert this positivity and progress into silverware. In fact, as this infographic shows, there have been no major new additions to the Spurs trophy cabinet since the 2007/08 season when they triumphed in the League Cup - this in itself was the first major honour for the club since they won the same competition in 1998/99.
Their new manager however, has a CV which speaks for itself. Since Tottenham's last honour, the Portuguese has brought home 13 trophies to his respective clubs - Inter Milan, Real Madrid, Chelsea and Manchester United
. There will be optimism that José can inject some of this much-needed winning DNA into the club but, in perhaps equal measure, there will be concerns among Spurs' fans - alarmed by the trend of Mourinho-led clubs achieving rapid short-term success followed by an equally fast descent into negativity and toxicity and an early managerial exit.