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Jose Mourinho has finally confirmed which team he supports

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Jose Mourinho has finally confirmed which team he supports.

With Porto Mourinho won the Champions League. With Chelsea, he won back-to-back Premier League titles. At Inter Mourinho achieved a historic hat-trick, while Pep Guardiola’s Barcelona side won the 2012 La Liga title with Real Madrid.

Despite inauspicious spells at United and Tottenham Hotspur, Mourinho has been closely linked to all the clubs he managed.

While he has romantic ties to all of his former clubs, the 60-year-old revealed there was one, in particular, that he had “always” supported.

Speaking to Corriere dello Sport via BrandMourinho said: “People may have a different perception, but I’ve always had an excellent relationship with the clubs I’ve worked for.”

But, he added, “I met a Mexican Real Madrid fan in Portugal and he greeted me with great joy. I have always been a Madridist and always will be.”

Moreover, when asked why he moved to Roma, Mourinho gave Real coach Carlo Ancelotti as an example.

He explained: “It’s not often that successful coaches do a lesser project, except for Carlo with Everton. People think we’re done and then he goes to Madrid and wins everything again.”

“When the generation of Carlo and my generation ends, I doubt we will find long and successful careers. Today a good coach arrives more quickly and just as quickly he is replaced by other passing phenomena.

“(Ancelotti) won his first international cup in 2003 and the last in 2023, I won the first in 2004 and the last in 2022. He’s a great coach. As ‘Ancelottiano’ and a madridista, I hope he stays at Real Madrid for a long time.”

During the three seasons Mourinho spent at the Santiago Bernabeu, between 2010 and 2013, he picked up three pieces of silverware in the La Liga title, the Copa del Rey and the Spanish Super Cup.

But his third and final season was marred by controversy after he fell out with key figures like Cristiano Ronaldo, Sergio Ramos and Iker Casillas and his relationship with the Spanish media also hit rock bottom.

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