– Portuguese coach Jose Mourinho has claimed he has won 25 and a half titles in his coaching career so far
– The former Chelsea and Man United coach said halftime on the 25th was for the final he led Tottenham to
– Jose Mourinho was sacked ahead of the Carabao Cup final and was named by Serie A side Roma a few days later
Jose Mourinho has explained that he deserves some recognition for leading Premier League side Tottenham to the Carabao Cup final, even though he was sacked six days before the final.
The Portuguese is one of the best football managers in the world considering all the titles he has won in his career since starting coaching.
In total, the man known as Special One has won 25 titles during his coaching career and is of the opinion that he would have won the Cup title with Tottenham if he had led the final. .
France coach Deschamps slams Mourinho and makes statement that will annoy former Tottenham manager
Tottenham chiefs have decided to sack Jose Mourinho ahead of the Carabao Cup final against Manchester City with interim boss Ryan Mason leading Spurs to the final.
However, Jose Mourinho only spent a few days at home before being named the new coach of Italy’s Roma team.
According to the report on GOAL citing Sun, Jose Mourinho expressed his sadness at not being in charge of the Carabao Cup final with Tottenham.
“So if you want me to be proactive now, you can ask me, ‘How many trophies have you won in your career? I will tell you 25 and a half years. Half-time is the final that I haven’t played for Tottenham.
“You ask the guys who have played a lot of finals and everyone will tell you, ‘playing a final is a dream’ and it doesn’t matter if it’s the first final or number 20 or number 50, a final is always a dream. . ”
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Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Real Madrid flop Eden Hazard became one of the main transfer targets for new Roma boss Jose Mourinho this summer.
The 30-year-old joined Los Blancos on a contract valued at around € 115million in 2019, but has failed to live up to the huge price tag since then – a string of injuries hampering his performance for them.
He has only made 45 appearances, scoring five times and helping another eight goals after two seasons at the Santiago Bernabeu.
However, Mourinho now hopes to reunite with the Belgian striker who previously worked together during the Portuguese’s second stint at Chelsea.