Jose Mourinho: Day Roma Boss Revealed the Premier League Club He Supports
- Jose Mourinho has enjoyed a successful managerial career spanning more than two decades
- The 60-year-old has managed several top clubs during the period, including three in the EPL
- However, while discussing the club that he supports in the English topflight, Mourinho openly snubbed Man United
Jose Mourinho is undoubtedly one of the best managers of his generation.
The Portuguese initially started off as a footballer before he transitioned into football management.
The 60-year-old officially started his coaching career in 2000 when he was appointed Benfica manager before he took charge of União de Leiria briefly between 2001 and 2002.
Mourinho has gone on to have a successful managerial career across Europe with Inter Milan, Real Madrid, and AS Roma among the teams, he has coached outside the Premier League.
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In the EPL, he has managed Manchester United, Chelsea, and Tottenham Hotspur.
Mourinho snubs Man United
However, when he was once confronted with the question of the Premier League club he supports, Mourinho had the perfect answer.
According to 'the Special One' as he is fondly known, he will always be more Chelsea than Man United.
"Of course, my English connection is Chelsea, that's the way I see things, as a Chelsea man after two periods of Chelsea and six years," The Mirror quoted Mourinho saying in May 2022.
Mourinho spent six years at Stamford Bridge across two spells, with his first coming between 2004 and 2007.
He later returned in 2013 and spent another three years with them before he was sacked.
His sacking saw him land the Man United role in 2015, succeeding Louis Van Gaal, who had been sacked at the time.
Chelsea eyeing Oliver Glasner
Earlier, Sports Brief reported Eintracht Frankfurt boss Oliver Glasner has reportedly emerged as the firm favourite to take over from Graham Potter if Chelsea sacks the Englishman.
Potter has found himself on the receiving end in recent weeks following the Blues' frustrating run of form.
Reports claim that the Blues initially made contact with the Austrian while hunting for a successor to Thomas Tuchel before they eventually settled on Potter.
Glasner has enjoyed a significant rise to prominence after impressing since his arrival at Eintracht Frankfurt back in 2021.
Source: Sports Brief News