Tottenham Hotspur fans may have been starved of football of late, but Jose Mourinho has been hard at work behind closed doors preparing for an eventual restart of the beautiful game.
The Special One revealed in a Sky Sports interview that he and his team, with whom he is currently sharing accommodation, have been spending most of their days working.
Today marks exactly 15 years since Mourinho won his first-ever Premier League title with Chelsea back in 2005, just one in a long run of trophies to his name.
Mourinho won the Champions League and five other pieces of silverware with Porto, followed by two premier Leagues, an FA Cup, two League Cups, and a Community shield with Chelsea (Wikipedia).
He then scooped another Champions League title at Inter Milan, along with two Serie A titles, and two domestic cups. His stints at Real Madrid, Chelsea again, and Man United also yielded another eight pieces of silverware.
However, the now Spurs head coach has his find set firmly on the future and claims that he prefers to believe that he will win a fourth Premier League trophy.
He said (Sky Sports): “I prefer to think that I’m going to have a fourth Premier League trophy. I have three, I prefer to think I’ll have four.”
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