Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho believes he’s getting better as a manager, with how he’s coping with the demands of an evolving game. The Portuguese coach is on course to win the Premier League and Capital One Cup double this season, and says he’s improving all the time, reports Sky
Mourinho has managed in four different countries at the top level – Porto (Portugal), Chelsea (England), Inter Milan (Italy) and Real Madrid (Spain), He’s won the league title in each of his past jobs, while winning the UEFA Champions League on two occasions too. This season, he’s ended his trophy drought, and looks on course to win the Premier League title, which could well land him the Manager of the Year award.
As a result of such impending success, while having been in the game as a manager for over a decade, Mourinho believes he is better than ever as a manager. He says he’s continuing to improve while the game evolves around him, citing how he’s reading the game differently, training the players differently, while his philosophy has somewhat been improved upon too.
The successful coach was quoted as saying: “I’m better as everything related to my job since I started. There has been evolution in many different areas – the way I read the game; the way I prepare the game; the way I train; the methodology…I feel better and better.”
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