The Portuguese coach, Jose Mourinho, was not called the “Special One” (exceptional) for nothing. In every spherical station he lands or makes a statement; It raises controversy and highlights it.
Mourinho’s latest health is that he won “half a title” with Tottenham after leading the English club to the League Cup final last season, but he was sacked one week before the match.
Mourinho was sacked from Tottenham last April after 17 months in the position, in light of the decline in results. In May, the Italian club Roma announced the appointment of the 58-year-old coach for the next season.
Tottenham appointed their former player Ryan Mason to fill the position of interim coach, but lost 1-0 to Manchester City in the cup final.
The Portuguese coach, who indicated his frustration with his dismissal before playing the match at Wembley Stadium, added that “half of the title is reaching the final, which I did not play with Tottenham.”
“You can ask people who have played a lot of final matches, and everyone will say that playing the final is a dream, and it does not matter if it is the first final, number 20 or number 50. The final is a dream always.”
Mourinho continued, “The final at Wembley is more than just a dream, and having the opportunity to win a title with a club that doesn’t win many trophies is a double dream.”
Tottenham finished the season with seventh place in the Premier League.