Breaking: Mourinho admits he wants to manage a national team

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Former Manchester United and Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho in an interview with LiveScore, has said he has interest in managing a national team in the future. 

The Portuguese manager disclosed this during an exclusive interview at an event in Madrid announcing the 56-year-old as the new LiveScore ambassador, Mourinho said he has ambitions to manage in international football at some stage in his career.

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“It’s something I want to do,” Mourinho told LiveScore. “What I want to do is the final phase, when I go to a World Cup or a Euros.”

“I feel that burning, I feel like I’d like to do that.”

Mourinho, who won league titles with Porto, Chelsea, Inter Milan and Real Madrid, did however say he would rather take over a nation for a tournament and has little interest in the qualifying process.

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“If I look before the World Cup, two years playing small matches against teams that aren’t as good. I like to train every day, two or three matches a week.

“That is my life until I feel strong,Mourinho said.

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