25 Apr Jose Mourinho second project:’Some might say I am a b*stard!’ – Former Man Utd boss defends his album rules out accepting job in England
The Portuguese insists his accomplishments can’t be forgotten regardless of his latest collapse at Manchester United and is eyeing a return to direction
Jose Mourinho has shown it is improbable that his next project will probably be in the Premier League.
The Portuguese was from this game because he had been sacked by Manchester United in December, motivated by a series of disappointing results that culminated in a 3-1 defeat to Liverpool.
Mourinho delivered the Europa League and Carabao Cup during his time at Old Trafford, however, the club board and enthusiasts expected more from the 56-year old, who won the Champions League with Porto and Inter in addition to domestic names together with Chelsea and Real Madrid.
He’s eyeing a return to direction next year, but insists that he won’t be carrying over another team in the Premier League and struck out at people who doubt his qualifications following his lack of success in United.
“I am back in London but I do not believe the next stop will probably be at the Premier League,” he informed DAZN.
“The decorations [I’ve won in the past] would be the assurance of my [future] achievement. Even people who do all possible to overlook [my achievements], it is not feasible.
“The previous trophy was that the Europa League a year and a half ago; a few people today believe it had been 20 years back. The final closing I played with eight months before, that the FA Cup final. At this time I am getting ready for the future”
“I really don’t believe I am wasting my time [by being out of a managerial job at the moment], since I have been working for almost 18 years without even quitting. You do not usually have a lot of time to consider where or when you went wrong. These months once I have not been operating in football, daily has been quite helpful for me personally.”
Mourinho was also asked what he would bring to the table to get potential employers who might be seeking to provide him a project, insisting that a number of his former players could consult with him being a”b*stard”.
Tales of a tumultuous relationship with Paul Pogba throughout the duo’s time together at Old Trafford have dominated headlines, though Mourinho insists he’s just”dreadful” with individuals that don’t discuss his ambition.
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“[I would bring] caliber, knowledge, expertise and unlimited ambition. But I’m also dreadful following a beat, horrible with the men and women who have less vision than me,” he added.
“[They say]’Jose the guy is psychological, he believes so much about other people’. ‘Jose the trainer is pragmatic, bright and domineering’.’ I enjoy Jose as a individual, it is a shame that folks understand the trainer more’.
“How can players describe me in 1 word? Some will say that a bastard. Why should they pick me? To win. Actually, I would ask them straight:’If you would like to win, if the 1 state is winning, then we could begin talking.'”
Mourinho has talked up the Bundesliga, praising the set up in Bayern Munich and Dortmund, while he’s also been closely connected with taking a part in Ligue 1 – something he’s said is of appeal.