JOSE MOURINHO has the worst Premier League record of any Tottenham manager since Juande Ramos.
And Tim Sherwood incredibly has the best win ratio of the group.
Mourinho’s Spurs lost 2-1 away at West Ham on Sunday to further dent their hopes of qualifying for the Champions League next season.
It took the Portuguese’s league record as Tottenham chief to 15 defeats in 50 matches.
He also has 23 wins and 12 draws, taking his overall record to 1.62 points per game (PPG) and a win percentage of just 46 per cent – although his record in all competitions bumps up his figures significantly.
At the other end of the spectrum in the post-Ramos era beginning with Harry Redknapp in 2008, Tim Sherwood tops the pile from the five managers.
Ramos managed just ten wins from 35 league games in charge, at a win rate of 29 per cent and 1.17 PPG.
Sherwood, who was boss at White Hart Lane between December 2013 and May 2014, won 13 of his 22 games and finished his brief stint with 1.91 PPG and a win rate of 59 per cent.
Closest to the ex-Aston Villa chief is the longest-serving manager since Bill Nicholson left in 1974, Mauricio Pochettino.
The popular Argentine managed 202 Premier League games during his five-year spell in North London, overseeing the move to the new stadium.
Of those, he won 113, drew 43 and lost 46 – equating to a 56 per cent win ratio and 1.89 PPG.
Andre Villas-Boas comes in third of the five with 54 per cent and 1.74 respectively while Redknapp edges out Mourinho to dodge the wooden spoon.
‘Arry won just shy of half of his 144 league matches to collect 1.74 PPG and a win rate of 49 per cent.
Mourinho is the bookies’ favourite to be the next top-flight gaffer to leave his post.
Tottenham have lost five of their last six – scoring four goals in that time – to fall down to ninth in the table, nine points adrift of the top four.
But despite the poor run of form, the Spurs chief insists he is still the Special One.
Asked whether results have made him doubt his methods, the 58-year-old told Sky Sports: “No, not at all. Not at all. Zero. Sometimes results are a consequence of multiple situations in football.
“Mine, and my coaching staff’s methods, are second to nobody in the world.”
Jose Mourinho saw his Tottenham side lose for the fifth time in six league matches at West HamCredit: AFP
Tim Sherwood boasts the best record of the five Spurs bosses since Juande RamosCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd