This is unexpected.
Martin Jol revealing that he found out he was sacked from his nephew after the game. Believable Factor – 40%
He also states that it was 'rubbish' that he knew before the game. This is believable. Levy would have waited until after the game. No logical sense to ask him to clear out his office pre-kick.
But this is the most curious of his statements to the press:
Despite that embarrassment, Jol denies he angrily confronted Spurs chairman Daniel Levy as some reports suggested.
"I don't have a problem with Daniel or the club because they treated me very well throughout my time there.
Makes you wonder doesn’t it? If Jol is telling the truth here, and why doubt the big man, then that would suggest that Levy has been telling the truth throughout this ordeal meaning that everything we have been led to believe is nothing more than exaggeration and distortion of the truth by our friendly neighbourhood tabloids. Yet some how, from body language and turn of events, you just can’t quite fathom that as a possibility.