Jose Mourinho has explained that his lack of domestic prowess forced him to live at the Lowry hotel when he was in charge of Manchester United.
Mourinho was appointed Manchester United manager in May 2016, and he was sacked in December 2018 after the Red Devils lost a Premier League game against Liverpool.
During his reign as Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho spent 895 days at the Lowry hotel and the Portuguese has now explained the rationale behind the decision.
Many expected Jose Mourinho to buy a house in Manchester considering how rich he is, but the man known as the 'Special One' has a different thought.
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Ahead of Tottenham's Premier League game against Manchester United on Wednesday night, December 4, at Old Trafford, Jose Mourinho gave an insight when being asked by a reporter.
''I would be unhappy if I was in a house on my own. I would have to clean, I don’t want that. I would have to iron, I don’t know how to.
“I would have to cook. Fried eggs and sausages — that’s the only thing I can do. I would be very unhappy.
“I lived in an amazing apartment, it was not a room. It was mine all the time.
“It was not like after one week I had to leave. No, it was mine. I left everything there, I had my television, my books, my computer.
“It was a flat, with a phone. ‘Bring me a coffee latte, please’ or ‘I don’t want to go down for dinner, bring my dinner up,'' Jose Mourinho explained according to the report on UK Sun.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Jose Mourinho got his reign as Tottenham Hotspur head coach on a winning note following his side's 3-2 win over West Ham United at the London Stadium.
The Portuguese who took over at the club earlier this week after the sack of former handler Mauricio Pochettino.
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