Jose Mourinho Finally Tells Fans What to Expect From His Next Job Days After Tottenham Sack

Jose Mourinho Finally Tells Fans What to Expect From His Next Job Days After Tottenham Sack

- Jose Mourinho has landed two new part-time jobs with The Sun and talkSport this summer

- The recently fired football coach will serve as an expert for the media companies on matchdays

- Jose has also revealed that he is looking forward to returning to football management soon

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Jose Mourinho has hinted that his next job will be entirely different from all he has ever done in his career.

The 58-year-old's 17 months reign in charge of Tottenham Hotspur came to an abrupt end when the club fired him earlier this month.

He endured a poor run of results across competitions all season-long and their 2-2 draw against Everton on Friday, April 16 was the last straw for the Portuguese-born tactician.

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The former Chelsea and Manchester United manager also professed his love for football and added that he is already missing the game for the past few days that he's been out of a job.

Jose Mourinho's first words since Tottenham sacking as he lands new job
Jose Mourinho posing with The Sun newspaper after signing a part-time deal with them for this summer's Euro 2020 Championship. Credit - SunSport
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Mourinho who recently landed two huge roles with SunSport and talkSport for the European championship this summer was quoted by The Mirror saying:

"As a football man, I always look to football. I look very much forward to it (the new job) because I believe it is going to be something new and something incredible.
"I am totally absorbed by football, I just love to work. In this moment I have not been working for a week and I am missing it already. Let's enjoy."

Mourinho will provide expert opinion and analysis for both media houses during the course of the competition starting on June 11.

Meanwhile, the 58-year-old might be looking to switch to a national team this time, having managed almost all the top clubs in Europe so far but it is not clear where he will be going next.

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The 58-year-old Portuguese-born coach joined the SunSport team as an expert columnist for the Euros billed for this summer to analyse and give his opinion on games as they unfold.

Jose has won two Champions League with FC Porto and Inter Milan as well as league titles in Portugal, Italy, Spain and England and this is one huge reason he is qualified for the role.


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