Days after Tottenham’s sacking, Jose Mourinho finally tells fans what to expect from his next job.

Jose Mourinho has hinted that his next role will be far different from what he has done previously.

The 58-year-17-month old’s tenure as manager of Tottenham Hotspur came to an end earlier this month when the club fired him.

The 2-2 draw against Everton on Friday, April 16 was the final straw for the Portuguese-born tactician,

who had suffered a poor run of results through competitions all season.

Jose Mourinho has hinted that his next role will be far different from what he has done previously.

The 58-year-17-month old’s tenure as manager of Tottenham Hotspur came to an end earlier this month when the club fired him.

The 2-2 draw against Everton on Friday, April 16 was the final straw for the Portuguese-born tactician, who had suffered a poor run of results through competitions all season.

The former Chelsea and Manchester United manager also expressed his appreciation for the game,

saying that he has been missing it for the past few days after losing his job.

According to The Mirror, Mourinho, who recently landed two major positions with SunSport and talkSport for the European Championship this summer, said:“I do look to football as a football player.

I’m looking forward to it (the new job) because I know it will be something different and incredible.

“I’m completely engrossed in football, and I adore working.

I haven’t worked in over a week and am still missing it. Let’s have some fun.”

Starting on June 11, Mourinho will provide expert analysis and opinion to all media outlets during the competition.

Meanwhile, the 58-year-old may be considering a move to a national team this time,

having previously guided almost all of Europe’s top teams,

but it is unclear where he will go next.

Former Chelsea and Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has landed two new major jobs just two weeks after stepping down as Tottenham Hotspur head coach, according to Bioreports.

The 58-year-old Portuguese-born coach has joined the SunSport team as an expert columnist for the upcoming Euros,

where he will analyze and comment on games as they take place.

Jose is fit for the job because he has won two Champions Leagues with FC Porto and Inter Milan,

as well as league titles in Portugal, Italy, Spain, and England.

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