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Former Manchester United and manager, Jose Mourinho, has admitted that it is unlikely that his next will see him take charge of a Premier club.

Mourinho was sacked by United in December and hasn’t managed since then.

The 56-year-old received a considerable amount of criticism during the latter stages of his spell at United, but insists that the trophies he has won during his career demonstrate his quality.

“I’m back in London, now it’s the starting point for me.

“I think the next stop won’t be in the Premier League.

“The trophies are my guarantee of success, even against those who do everything possible to forget, but it’s not possible.

“The last trophy was the Europa League a year-and-a-half ago, someone thinks it was 20 years ago. The last final I played was eight months ago, the final of the FA Cup. Right now I’m preparing for the future,” Mourinho told DAZN.

Speaking about taking time out, Mourinho stated that the rest has been beneficial for him.

“I don’t feel like I’m wasting my time because I’ve been working practically for 18 years without stopping,” he added.

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Abass Sulaiman Adegoke, well known as Adegoke is a student of Federal Polytechnic Ede studying Civil Engineering, He is a media enthusiast, loves traveling, and has a special interest in personal development.

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LaLiga: Zidane reacts as El Clasico fixture with Barcelona is postponed

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Real Madrid manager, Zinedine Zidane, has insisted his focus is firmly on Saturday’s LaLiga trip to Mallorca, despite the controversy over the postponement of ‘El Clasico’ later this month.

Los Blancos’ clash with rivals Barcelona is set to be moved to December.

The original clash was called off, due to fears over civil unrest involving pro-independence protesters in Catalonia.

But Zidane said his side will simply “adapt” to any new date.

“In the end, I believe the most important thing is tomorrow.

“We know what has happened in the past two weeks with injured players but we will prepare to play a good game,” Zidane told reporters.

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LaLiga: Messi confirms he won’t sign lifetime contract at Barcelona

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Barcelona captain, Lionel Messi, has said he will not sign a lucrative lifetime deal with the club.

The Catalan club were prepared to offer the deal to their greatest ever player, which would ensure he finishes his football at the Nou Camp.

Messi’s current deal still has two years to run, but Barca are confident that the 32-year-old can still play at his prime beyond the upcoming 2022 World Cup.

However, Messi made a rare public appearance on Argentine radio station Metro 95.1, to feature on the ‘dogs of the street’ broadcast.

And he said: “It is true that Barcelona proposed me a contract for life, but what I said was that I do not want a contract that binds me like that.

“I want to be fine to continue playing and to continue fighting for goals here. Being here I can be for life, but not with a contract. Here I would stay a lifetime.”

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