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Jose Mourinho: I've had three job offers but I don't park the bus

BBC Sport Saturday, 19 January 2019
Jose Mourinho: I've had three job offers but I don't park the busJose Mourinho says he has turned down three job offers since being sacked as Manchester United boss and rejects criticism of the team's playing style.
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Jose Mourinho tells BeIN Sports he has turned down three job offers since he was sacked by Manchester United.

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