Jose Mourinho is back and I must tell you, he has not lost his touch despite being on the fringes for last few months. The Special One gave his first interview since getting fired by Chelsea and we have the excerpts of his interview, thanks to Sky Sports.
In his first TV interview since getting sacked, Mourinho discussed three vital things: his family, Premier League and his next job target.
Speaking about his family, Mourinho stressed that he can no longer switch countries as his kids have grown now and want stability in their lives. It gave the biggest hint yet of his intention to stay in the Premier League next season.
Mourinho said: “When my kids were young, we could move and experience different countries and in my case, different clubs and different football, but there is a moment when they need some stability.
“They are 19 years old and 16 years old, and with university and their football, they need some stability and the family needs some stability.
“We decided to come to London and, at the moment, I don’t have a job. I don’t know where football will take me because in football, you never know, but for sure, as a family, our home will be in London.”
Jose has been strongly linked with a move to Manchester United and his comments about staying in England must suggest towards an agreement between the club and the manager.
Mourinho in his own way accepted his fault for not leading Chelsea to a successful season after winning the title last time around. He even suggested what he would change once he gets back to management.
Mourinho said: “If you are in a club that wins, if you want to win again, you have to create instability in the winners.
“To do this, you have to make them doubt, you have to buy new players, you have to take them outside their comfort zone because if you win, there is a normal tendency to go to a comfort zone.”
Listening to Mourinho share insights on his next managerial venture was nothing short of intriguing. In a way, it sounded like the first sign of his second home coming to the Premier League, and as things stand, Manchester United looks the safest bet for Mourinho to kick-start his managerial career.
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