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Mourinho: I'm Coming Back To England

Gunner2010-05-04 20:05:54 +0000 #1
Inter Milan boss Jose Mourinho told reporters after his side's 4-0 trouncing of Roma that he wasn't finished with England yet, and that he fully intended to return to the league that he once won with Chelsea...



The outspoken manager was in incredibly high spirits after his nerazzurri thrashed Roma 4-0 on their own patch to climb to the top of Serie A on Sunday evening.

However, among his post-match thoughts was his plans to one day return to the Premier League.

The former Chelsea boss said, "I feel good at Inter now, but one day I will return to train a Premiership team. I love Inter and this is a great challenge, but after this I will come back to the Premiership."

He gave no deadline as to when he'd pack up his bags in Milan and head back to the white cliffs of Dover, but he was unequivocal about this being his eventual plan.

Indeed, he even went on to turn down the prospect of taking over his own country's national team, or a side based in Portugal's nearest rivals, Spain.

"I heard that some people wanted to go to Spain or to the Portugal national team, but I love the English and England," he added.

Whether or not this means that he is prepared to take the England national team job, though, remains to be seen.

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To be honest, I dont blame him. He can clearly see that Serie A isnt as exciting for him and its probably been quite irritating at times with all this complaining and bitching about him needing to show 'respect' to the whole of Italy, when clearly he hasnt been disrespectful in any way and shows the lack of professionalism in that league.


valdanito2010-05-04 20:21:10 +0000 #2
another cheap shot at the league in the inter forum

who on earth would want to return to ur crappy weather?
Gunner2010-05-04 20:30:30 +0000 #3
Who would want to return? Mourinho just said he wants to. This isnt a cheap shot, this is what Mourinho said. I bet now the Italian media are all going to be at his neck again now lol

And our whether isnt crappy. Its not sunny and hot all the time like Brasil but its not exactly cold and gloomy.
valdanito2010-05-04 20:24:14 +0000 #4
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Originally Posted by Gunner

Who would want to return? Mourinho just said he wants to. This isnt a cheap shot, this is what Mourinho said. I bet now the Italian media are all going to be at his neck again now lol

And our whether isnt crappy. Its not sunny and hot all the time like Brasil but its not exactly cold and gloomy.

Never been to london, but heard it has bad weather thats it.
Salt The Fries2010-05-04 20:55:57 +0000 #5
I've been to London and Manchester this year. I actually don't mind it (I want to live in Manchester as a matter of fact). Maybe they don't have very warm summers, but the winters are not that cold at all. Plus Scotland has even worse weather.
Gunner2010-05-04 22:18:03 +0000 #6
Not since global warming came around. We hit around 32 degrees C in mid summer, to be honest when i went to spain this year I was around 34/35 in Benicassim and it was pretty unbarable so I cant really complain too much on the whether here any more.
benfica642010-05-04 20:46:47 +0000 #7
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Originally Posted by Gunner

Inter Milan boss Jose Mourinho told reporters after his side's 4-0 trouncing of Roma that he wasn't finished with England yet, and that he fully intended to return to the league that he once won with Chelsea...



The outspoken manager was in incredibly high spirits after his nerazzurri thrashed Roma 4-0 on their own patch to climb to the top of Serie A on Sunday evening.

However, among his post-match thoughts was his plans to one day return to the Premier League.

The former Chelsea boss said, "I feel good at Inter now, but one day I will return to train a Premiership team. I love Inter and this is a great challenge, but after this I will come back to the Premiership."

He gave no deadline as to when he'd pack up his bags in Milan and head back to the white cliffs of Dover, but he was unequivocal about this being his eventual plan.

Indeed, he even went on to turn down the prospect of taking over his own country's national team, or a side based in Portugal's nearest rivals, Spain.

"I heard that some people wanted to go to Spain or to the Portugal national team, but I love the English and England," he added.

Whether or not this means that he is prepared to take the England national team job, though, remains to be seen.

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To be honest, I dont blame him. He can clearly see that Serie A isnt as exciting for him and its probably been quite irritating at times with all this complaining and bitching about him needing to show 'respect' to the whole of Italy, when clearly he hasnt been disrespectful in any way and shows the lack of professionalism in that league.

I completely agree. Seria A I believe truly dosent give him any challenges and like you mentioned does not excite the Man. I would love to See

Mourinho back In England. I don't blame him for wanting to Go back to England. What has he got since coming to Italy? Nothing but trash talk and attacked by jealous Managers around the league and Dumb Media.
Sebastian2010-05-04 20:43:23 +0000 #8
I saw this yesterday and i knew it was just a matter of time,before this obsessed seria a Arsenal fanatic slaps this here...

The mind tactics and games in this one are obvious...Mourinho say things like this so that the Italians can understand what they have in their league.But as people know Italy and seria A doesnt like foreign tacticians.It is against their codex.

Cuper was ass kicked all over the place from the media and this is how things are in Italy...

This is why they are the most successful football nation in Europe...

The thing is that these EPL dorks are jealous that Murinho is in Italy and not "in the best league in the world"...

This is completely pulled out of context,distorted and modified so that it suits someone else's purposes...

The EPL media pertains this as it is an immediate action and as if Mourinho will resign after the end of this season...

If you read what he says,you will see that he really loves this club and he is the youngest greatest coach at the moment,so he has the time and the space to do what ever the hell he wants...

The thing that he thinks that he can someday return in the EPL is nothing but a thought and a distant one...

He has everything he wants in his current job and as we can see he is working wonders with his team...

I dont expect Mourinho to remain in Inter for the rest of his life,nor should anyone else.But that is for the author of this absolutely envious and pathetic thread to fathom...

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