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Mourinho: I’m ready to coach national team in Africa

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Former AS Roma and Chelsea manager, Jose Mourinho, has expressed his readiness to coach a national team either in Africa, Europe, or South America.

Mourinho made the disclosure in a chat with Fabrizio Romano, a football expert.

The Portuguese, 64, has been out of job since he was sacked by Roma in January.

However, the ‘Special One’, who has also coached Tottenham in the Premier League, is looking to return to football management.

“To coach a national team is an objective for me,” he said.

“Maybe right before the World Cup, Euros or the Copa America, African Cup. I can, yes. But waiting two years for that, I don’t know! Maybe one day it will happen.”


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