Jose Mourinho is glad that he is not the boss he once was, but he has the experience to deal with the tough patch of Tottenham and, for good reasons, end up in the background of the club.
One of the hardest stretches of his career has been struck by Mourinho, losing five of the last six league games to slip to ninth in the Premier League and being dumped out of the FA Cup, all in the past month. At any of his clubs, Mourinho’s tally of 81 points from 50 games is the lowest in his career.
But Mourinho, who first arrived in England when he was appointed Chelsea manager in 2004 as the outspoken, ultra-confident and self-styled Unique One, said: ‘Thank God, I was not the manager! Hey, thank Goodness! And I really want to believe that if there’s no evolution in us, to think that you’re a better journalist today than you were 10 or so years ago. Hey, thank Goodness!
Source: Daily Mail