Jose Mourinho is Given Two Managerial Options After Tottenham Sacking

Jose Mourinho is Given Two Managerial Options After Tottenham Sacking

- Jose Mourinho has already managed three clubs in the English top-flight including Chelsea and Man United

- Carragher noted the Portugal tactician's only two options are to return to Italy or take an international managerial job

- Speaking after his Spurs sacking, Mourinho hinted at making a return to the dugout sooner than later

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Jose Mourinho has been warned his ship has sailed in the Premier League as he will not be able to secure another job in the English top-flight after being sacked at Tottenham Hotspur.

Jose Mourinho's Given Two Managerial Options After Tottenham Sacking
Jose Mourinho has already managed three clubs in the English top-flight including Chelsea and Man United. Photo: Getty Images.
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Mourinho was handed marching orders at Spurs earlier on Monday, April 19, after a dire run of results.

His sacking came barely 72 hours after the north London club's 2-2 draw with Everton that dealt a blow to their Champions League hopes.

The experienced Portuguese manager has now been sacked from each of his last three jobs in the Premier League.

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During his tenure at each of the three clubs, he was accused of falling out with players, with his style of management leaving him as an unpopular figure in the dressing room.

Having already managed Spurs, Chelsea and Man United, Premier League legend Jamie Carragher contends there are no more jobs in English football for the Special One.

Carragher noted the tactician now has two options, including making a return to Italy where he won the Serie A title twice or taking a role in international management.

He said as cited by Mirror UK:

"I don’t see Mourinho back in the Premier League, I do think that ship has sailed now.
“I think it’s either international football and his record in one-off games and cup finals or maybe going back to the Italian league, where the Italian champions this year will be Inter Milan, with a manager, Conte, who plays his type of football," he added.

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But when asked about his future, the former Real Madrid boss said he was not keen on taking a break from management, hinting to make a return to the dugout soon.

Mourinho was appointed Spurs boss back in November 2019 as a replacement for Mauricio Pochettino who had been sacked.

The Portuguese managed to lead the club back to European football this season but were dumped out of the competition early.

He also guided them to EFL Cup finals this season where they are due to play Man City for a chance to win a major trophy in years.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Chelsea vs Brighton Premier League encounter saw both sides fail to find the back of the net on the night of Tuesday, April 20, at Stamford Bridge.

Thomas Tuchel made five changes from the team that secured the win over City, with Kepa Arrizabalaga keeping his place between the sticks.

Source: Legit.ng

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