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TOTTENHAM boss MOURINHO: "It's a challenging job. It wouldn't be my piece of cake if it weren't"

11.02.2020 08.35 by Claudio Colla  read 449
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Interviewed by Sky Sports UK, Tottenham manager José Mourinho, coming from a string of favourable outcomes, stated: "Unlike some people want fans to believe, I'm very happy traning Spurs. You know me well enough to understand my current mindset. It's a challenging job, and it wouldn't be my piece of cake if it weren't. I'm looking forward to be able to train the team from the start, from July, and make the most of it".

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