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I've turned down three jobs says Mourinho

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I've turned down three jobs says Mourinho

I've turned down three jobs says Mourinho

Former Manchester United boss says he has had plenty of offers of work since being sacked

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I've turned down three jobs says Mourinho

VIDEO SHOWS: FORMER MANCHESTER UNITED MANAGER JOSE MOURINHO TALKING AS A PUNDIT ON BEIN SPORTS OF HIS FOOTBALL PHILISOPHY AND TURNING DOWN THREE JOB OFFERS ALREADY SHOWS: DOHA, QATAR (JANUARY 19, 2019) (BEIN SPORTS - MUST COURTESY 'BEINSPORT, THE GLOBAL SPORTS BROADCASTER') 1.

SOUNDBITE (English) FORMER MANCHESTER UNITED MANAGER JOSE MOURINHO SAYING: "I don't know, it depends.

As I was saying, I will analyse things, I don't like to speak about it.

But I've refused already three options, I have refused already three options, because I didn't feel that it is what I want, so I'm going to be calm in this aspect.

The more time I have, the better I can prepare.

I always say that my arrival at Inter was perfect.

I left Chelsea by November, December something like that and at the end of February I signed my contact at Inter.

From February until June I was preparing myself for that job.

In an extreme situation, In that four months I learned the language which apart from Portuguese I speak more fluently because I really studied for that, I studied the club, I studied the opponents, I studied the league.

The time I'm without a job in football I am going to prepare myself for the next one.

The next must be something that makes me happy for the challenge.

And apart from that, I enjoy a bit of my life.

I see the other side I am really enjoying what we are doing and what we did a couple of days ago in the Asian Cup.

And no problem." STORY: Former Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho says he has turned down three job offers since being sacked by the Old Trafford club last month, adding he was happy to bide his time before taking on his next challenge.

Speaking in his role as a pundit for broadcaster beIN Sports during the Asian Cup on Saturday, the Portuguese also said rival Premier League managers Pep Guardiola at Manchester City and Liverpool's Juergen Klopp were supported more by their clubs.

At United, Mourinho was left frustrated in the close season transfer window when Liverpool, in particular, strengthened markedly and City added to a squad already deep in quality.

Mourinho said he did not know if he would work again in England but said wherever he goes next he wants to prepare thoroughly, as he did when he went to Inter Milan following his first stint with Chelsea.




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