Mourinho savors time in Rome and snaps shots of Mancini
José Mourinho commented on his first year in Rome and said his article on the Azzuri fail to qualify for the World Cup in an interview with Squire.
“I always say training centers are the same all over the world, so there’s not much difference between an amazing city like Rome or a dark, cold, hidden place. However, what has changed in my life is that I feel good at this club and have a good relationship with everyone. I am happy in Italy.
The Special One have shared their thoughts on how Serie A has evolved during his absence.
“The League went through a tough time after I left, but not because I left. They had a drop in quality and appeal. Instead, it’s more passionate and more competitive, and it manages to attract Premier League players. There is still a bit of a gap with Europe’s top teams, but the level is generally better. There are many coaches with strong ideas who play attacking and ambitious football. Some teams, including Roma, grow in a broader sense and attract more and more people to the stadiums.
Mourinho didn’t mince words on Italy’s absence from Qatar 2022.
“It’s hard to accept that if you love football. I grew up in the 70s and 80s and you can imagine what the Azzurri meant back then. They were always a benchmark. Even though I work here it is difficult to understand what happened. They have a lot of good players, even if there are only a few stars abroad. I refuse to accept the idea that they lack talent, that’s just not true.The Azzurri need to qualify for the World Cup.
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