Media365 Editorial Staff, posted on Friday 20 May 2022 at 11:50 am.
The 59-year-old Roma coach has no intention of ending the call.
Special One fans can be assured. The latter does not intend to end his coaching career. He plans to pursue his profession for many years to come. He claims to have always had the necessary desire, especially with back to the front of the stage he is currently in with AS Roma.
“It’s a matter of quality, motivation and passion,” he told the press across the Alps. Without passion, it’s over. Without pressure with the big games approaching, it’s over. I know myself well. It’s us (he and the top coaches) who will say when we want to quit, and I’m afraid people will have to Wait a long time before I say it’s over!” Therefore, the 59-year-old Lusitian technician is not ready to bid farewell to this job he loves so much.
“Coach, it’s not about age, it’s about quality”
Mourinho has also allowed himself to deal with another compelling problem of his former employers. Those of MU and Tottenham, being careful not to mention them. He said, “With me, you know, people saw me take positions where they thought I could win titles, but these weren’t positions where we were expected to lift titles.” But when you have such a winning career in on a rotating basis, so to speak, you can expect it, people can say that.”
finally, He concluded by saying that he does not have any knots with the new generation of coaches. He is aware of their merit and competence: “Personally, I am not worried about this [être remplacé par des entraîneurs plus jeunes]. I don’t think and I don’t focus on generations, I focus on quality. »