Jose Mourinho Claims He Always Put Club’s Needs First
Mourinho managed United for less than three years (image courtesy Getty)

A former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has expressed sadness at not coaching a team, Concise News reports.

Mourihno has been without a job since leaving Manchester United last year but cannot wait to get back to the touchline.

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The Portuguese is willing to return, however, to coaching, in any of the top five leagues of England, Spain, Germany, Italy or France.

“I have some time to think, to rethink, to analyze and what I feel is exactly that ‘Ze’ (Mourinho’s nickname as a boy) is full of fire,” he told Sky Sports.

“My friends tell me ‘enjoy your time, enjoy your July, enjoy your August, enjoy what you never had’. Honestly, I can’t enjoy. I am not happy enough to enjoy.

“I miss my football, I have the fire.

“The most difficult thing for me is to say ‘no’ to the possibilities I had to work.”

He, however, said, “I have to be patient and wait for the right one and the right one is one at the dimension of what I am as a manager.

“I have to be patient and that is the most difficult thing because I had the impulse during this period so many times (to say) ‘yes, I go’. No, I cannot go. I cannot go. I have to wait exactly for the right one.”