Football News‘I’m pretty young for this profession,’ said Jose
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The 57-year-old specialist talked about the length of his career. The Tottenham head coach is not going to retire yet. The Portuguese said his game is not to blame for the white-haired stress.


Tottenham Hotspur boss Jose Mourinho has said he has no plans to end his career in the near future. The 57-year-old Portuguese specialist, who has won the Champions League with two different teams, still has everything ahead of him in his career.

“I’m 57 years old, and I’m pretty young for my profession. So I think I have another 10-15 years ahead of me. Many say my past career is long, but I do not see the end of it yet. “My hair has not turned white from the stress of work,” says Jose.

Jose Mourinho was appointed head coach of Tottenham in November 2019 and his contract with the club is signed until the end of the 2022/23 season. The “Spurs” have gained 21 points in 10 rounds of the English Premier League and are in the first position in the tournament table. The Londoners have already cashed in to leave the Europa League group.

The Portuguese specialist has trained Benfica, Unian Leiria and Porto at home. He has also worked for Chelsea in London, Inter Milan, Real Madrid and Manchester United. With his teams, Jose managed to win the championships of Portugal (2 times), England (3 times), Italy (2 times) and Spain. He also won the UCL (with Porto and Inter), the UEFA Cup (Porto) and the Europa League (Manchester United).