Jose Mourinho: Spurs boss unhappy with Arsenal coach Albert Stuivenberg’s Wales role

Albert Stuivenberg (left) worked alongside Ryan Giggs at Manchester United

Tottenham Hotspur manager Jose Mourinho is “uncomfortable” that Arsenal assistant manager Albert Stuivenberg is part of Wales’ coaching team.

Boss Ryan Giggs will not be involved so Robert Page will be in charge, supported by Stuivenberg.

“National team matches should have coaches that are exclusively for them and not coaches that work for other clubs,” Mourinho said.

“From what I am reading it’s not Giggs that is responsible for these matches.

“I’m sorry about it because on the previous fixtures he called me and we spoke about Ben Davies, not Gareth, because Gareth was not there.

“We shared opinions and the situation which probably isn’t going to happen this time and the fact that one of the coaches is an Arsenal coach doesn’t make me very comfortable.

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“Honestly. It doesn’t make me very comfortable.”

Dutchman Stuivenberg and Giggs worked together under Louis van Gaal at Manchester United from 2014 to 2016.

Stuivenberg, the former boss of Belgian side Genk, was added to Giggs’ Wales staff in March 2018 and since December…