Sacked former Chelsea coach, Jose Mourinho, has said he is neither going on sabbatical nor tired. Mourinho’s second spell as Chelsea manager ended Thursday, a fall-out of streak of losses the team suffered. An agency that speaks for 52-year-old Mourinho said: “He will not be taking a sabbatical, he isn’t tired, he doesn’t need it,” said a statement from the agency which represents the 52-year-old.
“He is very positive and is already looking forward.”
“Jose Mourinho is pleased that he returned to Chelsea because he was able to give the fans another Premier League title, which they had not won for many years,” the statement continued.
“He is immensely proud of his eight trophies at Chelsea, and thanks the fans for all their support throughout his two spells at the club.
“During his career, Jose has sometimes chosen to leave a club, but only at Chelsea has the club decided that he should leave.
“He (Jose) will not be attending any high-profile games because he wants to discourage any speculation about his future.
“Jose will remain living in London and hopes he and his family will be given the opportunity to do this privately.”
Brutally wounded, Chelsea, the team Mourinho led, currently sit at the bottom of the premier league table.
Mourinho joined Chelsea for a second time when he took over at the Stamford Bridge club in June 2013.
He led them to the Premier League title and League Cup last season and was rewarded with a four-year contract in the summer.