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Mou set to coach again with new background staff

Mourinho puts together new coaching staff as managerial return edges closer

August 6, 2019 By Oscar Rojas
The Special One has admitted that some of his methods may have expired, which will prompt him to make changes.

Albert Einstein is often credited with saying: "The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results." Well, apparently Jose Mourinho has borrowed a page from the late scientist's book, and he is set to make some changes in preparation for his managerial return.

In an interview with the Mail, Jose Mourinho has revealed that people will see a different version of himself when he returns to the sidelines, especially due to some changes he made to his backroom staff.

"I meet my future staff because my future staff is going to be different than my previous because I think it is the moment for a few changes. It is nothing from the personal point of view of course not, but in relation to the knowledge, to the motivation I think it is a good time to do that," Mourinho said.

One of the major changes the coach's backroom staff will undergo is the absence of Rui Faria, who worked under Mourinho during his time at Real Madrid, Chelsea and Manchester United. Faria is currently coaching in Qatar, but Mourinho does not seem to be interested in a reunion, as his stint at Manchester United ended in sour terms.

The end of the aforementioned stint forced Mourinho to try and adjust to modern times, in order to stay relevant in the world of coaching.

"Change is not always for the better, sometimes change is for the worse. But it's important to understand the change and adapt to it and I'm really thinking about that at the moment," Mourinho added.

The Portuguese coach seems ready to embark into a new adventure, but only time will tell when that will happen.


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