The head coach of “Roma” Jose Mourinho talked about the titles that he won with his clubs. And he remembered his dismissal from Tottenham on the eve of the English League Cup final.
While their lives couldn’t be more different, Jose Mourinho and James Corden have more in common than you may have first thought.
Both are seasoned pros in their field with legions of fans around the globe and a shared obsession for the beautiful game.
So who better to quiz The Special One, than a London born boy done good – who really just wants to know if one day Jose would plump for the top job at his beloved West Ham.
“How many trophies have I won in my career? 25½. The second half is the final, which I never played against Tottenham. You can ask the guys who have played a lot of finals in their careers, and they will all say that it is a dream to get there. It doesn’t matter if it’s your first final, your 20th, or your 50th. The final is always a dream.
And the final at Wembley is more than a dream. I was the first to play at the new Wembley ,and every time I go there, it’s more than a dream. And to be able to win a trophy there with a club that doesn’t have many titles is a double – size dream. I’m the kind of guy who just wishes everyone well when he leaves the club. But the funny thing is that I can say: I have 25½ trophies. Because this is a unique case in my career: not to play in the final, although I won the right to get there, ” Mourinho said in an interview with The Sun.