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I still belong at the top, says Mourinho

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I still belong at the top, says Mourinho

I still belong at the top, says Mourinho

Former Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho insists he has a future at the top of the sport.

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I still belong at the top, says Mourinho

SHOWS: DOHA, QATAR (JANUARY 17, 2019) (BEIN SPORT - MUST COURTESY 'BEIN SPORT, THE GLOBAL SPORTS BROADCASTER') 1.

SOUNDBITE (English) JOSE MOURINHO, SAYING: "No I want to coach, I'm too young, I'm in football for a long long time but I will be 56 in a couple of weeks; too young, really too young.

Where I am going to stay is where I belong.

I belong to to top football, I belong to top-level football and this is where I'm going to be." STORY: Former Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho said on Thrsday (January 17) he still has a future at the very top of soccer.

The Portuguese was sacked in December after a disappointing run of results, but told beIN Sports on Thursday (January 18) that he feels his managerial career is far from over.

United have won all five games in the Premier League since former player, Norwegian Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, took charge of the side on an interim basis following Mourinho's departure.

Mourinho, who also had two spells in the Premier League with Chelsea, said he aims to be back in full-time management and has no intention of retiring yet.



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