- Jose Mourinho says he is a fried egg specialist and eats a lot of it in this lockdown
- The 57-year-old Portuguese manager seems to have discovered what he loves eating most amid coronavirus pandemic
- Mourinho will hope he can steer Tottenham back to Champions League position when the league resumes soon
Tottenham Hotspur boss Jose Mourinho has revealed that he is a 'fried egg' specialist amid coronavirus pandemic.
The 'Special One' as he is fondly referred has been helpful in the fight against the deadly infection after distributing foods to the vulnerable.
With no football action draining his energy on a weekly basis, the Spurs boss has now discovered his love for fried eggs - adding that he simplifies cooking.
The former Chelsea and Real Madrid manager said: “I’m the fried egg specialist. We try to make cooking simple. “We don’t have our families but we are big friends. We work a lot and time flies.
The former Manchester United manager also revealed that he misses football action but insisted that life is more important.
He said: “I miss football but I try not to be selfish — just balanced and human.
“I prefer to say I miss our world — football is part of that. But we have to be patient and fight our fight. I prefer to wait for better days. “I’m so sorry for families destroyed by bad news.”
Mourinho faced a tough time before the league went on a break with most of his first-team players were sidelined due to injuries.
He got even more frustrated after his team slipped outside of Champions League position but the return of Harry Kane would have relieved him of all the pressure.
Apart from Kane, Moussa Sissoko and Steven Bergwijn have all recovered since Spurs’ last game — a 3-0 European loss to RB Leipzig on March 10.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Jose Mourinho has once again evidenced his kind side after he was pictured helping Tottenham deliver freshly-grown food to the less fortunate affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
Clad in personal protective equipment, Mourinho could be seen loading boxes of foods that included spinach and rhubarb from the London club's kitchen farm.
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