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Mourinho speaks Man Utd and future on TV

Mourinho comes clean about his future as he discusses best team he ever coached

January 17, 2019 By Oscar Rojas
The Special One also shared his views on his stint at Manchester United and how people forget about his success at Real Madrid.

Jose Mourinho's appearances on TV as a sportscaste were bound to make a few waves, and the Portuguese coach did not disappoint when speaking as a guest in beIN Sports' coverage of the Asian Cup.

The Special One tackled almost all topics -he is restricted from talking about the deal to end his contract at Manchester United- in pure Mourinho style. Those subjects included Real Madrid, Didier Drogba, Manchester United, his three-year stint at Real Madrid and of course, details about his future.

First off, Mourinho spoke about Real Madrid. The Portuguese tactician has been linked with a return to the Bernabeu, which has been met with mixed reactions by fans and experts. Mourinho slapped his critics with numbers, stating that no coach before him had reached the 100-point mark.

"People tend to forget about it, because UEFA Champions League trophies cast a shadow over everything, but we won the Cup and we won La Liga by reaching 100 points. You can lie all you want, but all I can say to those who called me defensive is this: to win 100 points you need to win a lot of games and you need a lot of goals. Those records still stand up until today," Mourinho said.

After looking back at his achievements with Los Blancos, Mourinho was asked about his legacy at Manchester United. The Special One came clean about his stay at Old Trafford, which also brings back good memories.

"To finish in second place at Manchester United was one of the best jobs in my career. People can call me crazy, because I'm saying this after winning all those trophies. But I consider it my biggest success because there's stuff behind the cameras that no one knows about," Mourinho stated.

The Portuguese coach was sacked on December 18 due to the team's poor form in the 2018-19 Premier League.

Then, Mourinho analyzed his entire career and named Inter Milan as the best team he ever assembled and coached.

"Honestly, I'd have to say Inter. That team won it all from day one until the end. We defeated the best team in the world, Barcelona, with a 3-1 score. We won the league and the Cup. I have to say that was my best team," Mou recalled.

Then, the Special One shared an insight on his future. While he did not name the club he will be coaching, the idea of watching him on the sidelines with a lower-ranked club has not crossed his mind.

"I still want to coach. I'm young, even if I've been around for quite a while. I belong with a top-caliber club, and that's where I see myself in the near future," Mourinho concluded.

 

 


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