Mourinho had NEVER watched his Champions League final wins before lockdown

first_imgJOSE MOURINHO had NEVER watched his Champions League final wins a second time – before doing so while bored in lockdown.The Special One has been finding ways to pass the time while being cooped up with his coaching staff in a rented pad amid the coronavirus crisis.3 Mourinho celebrates Inter Milan’s Champions League triumph back in 2010 in MadridCredit: AFP3 Mourinho stunned European football when he led Porto to the Champions League in 2004Credit: PA:Empics SportThe Spurs boss is living with goalkeeping coach Nuno Santos, tactical analyst Ricardo Formosinho and Tottenham’s head of first-team performance Carlos Lalin.The four of them have been putting the Spurs stars through their paces via Zoom as they try to keep fit inside their homes.But when the 57-year-old isn’t training the first-team aces, he has been taking a trip down memory to reminisce about his glory days on the biggest European stage.He told Sky Sports: “In this period I think lots of things from the past are coming.”I am watching matches that I never did in my life. I never watched my Champions League finals and I had to watch now a few years after, also some Premier League matches.”These things are coming, anniversaries, to be honest I don’t control I lost myself in dates I had no idea how many years ago. I had no idea that Chelsea beat Bolton 15-years-ago.”I prefer to think that I am going to have a fourth Premier League trophy. I have three but I prefer to think I’m going to have four.”The Special One recently admitted he was wrong to break coronavirus lockdown to train three Tottenham stars in a London park.3Mourinho burst onto the managerial scene in his third job, at Porto, where he was initially hired in January 2002.In his first full campaign he won the treble – the Primeira Liga, Taca de Portugal and Europa League.He then of course lead Porto to Champions League glory just 12 months later.The Portuguese underdogs had beaten Manchester United, Lyon and Deportivo la Coruna in the knockout rounds in Gelsenkirchen where they thumped Monaco 3-0.Two days later the Special One departed for a newly rich Stamford Bridge, amid interest from Liverpool.After his spell in England came to an end, Mourinho joined Inter Milan in 2008 where he promptly won the Serie A crown at the first attempt.most read in footballTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battleTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’ExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidNEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by CelticTwo years later the Italian giants claimed Champions League glory thanks to a double from Diego Milito against Bayern Munich in 2010 at the Bernabeu in Madrid to cap off a remarkable season and win the Treble.Samuel Eto’o revealed Jose Mourinho asked him to give the pre-match team talk during the final.The former Inter ace claims Mourinho tapped into his knowledge of winning major honours in his side’s bid to make history.Tottenham star Son Heung-min arrives at marine boot camp to start military national service including live-fire drillslast_img read more

Javi Moyano has already renewed with Real Valladolid

first_imgNevertheless, That I have the right does not mean that I will continue, as the captain warned last week. And it is that in the last public appearance of the Valladolid player, last week, he stated that “this is a matter of performance, of feeling comfortable on both sidesIt does not matter if you have the right, to continue we have to be in agreement with both parties ”.Javi Moyano arrived in the summer of 2015 at Real Valladolid by the hand of Braulio Vázquez from Tenerife. In this first campaign played 24 games in one season to forget with Garitano, Portugal and Alberto on the bench. In 2016-17 he played 41 games under Paco Herrera, while the next one, with Luis César and Sergio González, he completed 26 games and achieved promotion. In the 2018-19 campaign debuted in First Division, season in which he accumulated 27 duels, with 32 years, where he arrived after 10 years in Second B and five in Second, so the current is his second season in First. The league break has truncated the season for all footballers and jeopardizes the continuity of those who renew depending on whether they reach a specific number of matches. In Real Valladolid it is the case of Míchel and Moyano. While the first has not yet reached the figure to increase its link, the second has already secured one more season. The jienense had a contract that was renewed depending on who played a series of matches between the two seasons, the current and the previous, in First. Despite not playing in the last game, against Athletic, Moyano already accumulates this season 19 games that add to the 27 of last season exceeding the number of matches stipulated to renew.last_img read more