Mourinho names the two managers he ranks himself alongside

Date published: Friday 18th January 2019 8:58

Jose Mourinho has reiterated his desire to continue in football management.

Mourinho has been out of work since being sacked by Manchester United last month.

We predict that the Portuguese to take his first year out of coaching this century, but Mourinho insists he is “too young” to consider a break.

He also says he is one of only three managers that “have a career of victories for a long, long period”.

“I want to coach,” he told beIN SPORTS.

“I am too young, I am in football for a long, long time but I will be 56 in a couple of weeks and am really too young.

“Where I am going to stay is where I belong, I belong to top football. I belong to top-level football and (that) is where I am going to be.

“One thing is image, another thing is communication, another thing is good structure behind, another thing is to win and get results.

“It is very easy to play well and not win, it is very easy to be behind a certain idea of a certain football without results.

“The people that win and the people that win consistently – because you can win isolated and then disappear – has obviously a different idea about that.

“If you speak about Guardiola, Ancelotti, about one where obviously I belong, that have a career of victories for a long, long period, where are the young ones with a real impact in terms of results? Where are they?”

 

More Related Articles