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Mourinho set to return to satisfy fans

Jose Mourinho targets managerial return to satisfy his fans

July 30, 2019 By Oscar Rojas
The Special One has turned down offers from China and Portugal, but he believes to be ready for one more challenge.

Jose Mourinho is desperate to make a comeback to any dugout in Europe, but he is still considering some of his options and has already ruled out a move to a National Team.

The Special One admits to be enjoying life away from the training grounds, but it is his desire to join a team that will give him a new challenge as soon as possible. And all of it would be to satisfy his fans.

"I miss my football, I have the fire, I have a compromise with myself, with people that love me, with so many fans that I have around the world, so many people that I inspired. If I have an opportunity to work, I want to say 'let's work'," Mourinho said.

The Special One admitted that he decided to snub two major deals before the end of last season.

"With all respect to the possibilities I have had, and the clubs involved, I want the right to choose the people who are 'Mourinhista' - like people say in Portugal, Spain and Italy - 'Mourinhista' is someone who is a fan. The 'Mourinhistas' want me where I belong, so, for me now, it's not a question of saying 'okay I have this offer and I'm going to take it. I have to be patient and wait for the right opportunity," the coach added.

Apparently, the "new" Mourinho will not look back at his resume when things go wrong. He is ready to fight for new titles, rather than praising himself for those he accomplished before.

"I don't feel it's just one more year in accumulation of how many years I've worked, how many titles I've won. That is history, that is the museum," Mourinho concluded.

 

 


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