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Mou drops one more hint on his future

Mourinho rules out one specific league as he prepares comeback

April 24, 2019 By Oscar Rojas
The Special One spoke to DAZN about what's next in his career after being sacked by Manchester United back in December.

Jose Mourinho has prepared the world for his comeback, but he is still dropping hints on where he will be coaching...or not.

Speaking in an interview with DAZN, Mourinho analyzed his current unemployed status, described himself as a coach and dropped one more hint about one specific league where he can't see himself coaching.

"I'm back in London, now it's the stsrting point for me. I think the next stop won't be in the Premier League," Mourinho said.

The Special One, who has had his fair share of problems with some of his former pupils, was asked to utter and adjective to describe himself. The first word out of his mouth was "bastard". Then, Mou went on to describe three attributes and two flaws as a coach.

"I'd have to say that my knowledge, my experience and limitless ambition are my attributes. On the other hand, I admit that I'm horrible when I lose, and I'm horrible to those who don't show the same motivation I have," the coach added.

Mourinho admitted that his resume could be key when being asked to coach a team, since he has been able to win quite a few things during his managerial spell.

"The trophies are my guarantee of success, even against those who do everything possible to forget, but it's not possible. The last trophy was the Europa League a year-and-a-half ago, someone thinks it was 20 years ago. The last final I played was eight months ago, the FA Cup final. Right now, I'm preparing for the future," Mou added.

The Portuguese boss hinted that, while there could be some changes in the near future, he has used this time away from the sidelines to do something he hadn't done in quite a while.

"I don't have much time to think about when you did wrong or where you did wrong. These months where I didn't work in football every day were very useful to me. I don't feel like I'm wasting my time because I've been working practically for 18 years without stopping. Where will we meet in the field? Let's wait, I am not under pressure. In the next stage, I will be prepared for the best," Mourinho concluded.

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