Jose Mourinho’s next role confirmed after Tottenham sacking

Former Tottenham Hotspur head coach Jose Mourinho has joined radio station talkSPORT to be a part of their in depth protection of this summer time’s European Championships, it has been confirmed.

Mourinho was axed by Spurs final week following an detached run of outcomes, that means his time in north London got here to an finish with out him getting the possibility to finish the membership’s trophy drought, regardless of the Carabao Cup remaining going down simply days after his departure.

However, the Portuguese chief, who has frolicked at three Premier League golf equipment throughout his managerial profession, seems to be taking a step again from the dugout in the meanwhile, agreeing to hitch common sports activities radio station talkSPORT to be a part of their protection for the upcoming Euros.

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Mourinho will take part in a variety of exhibits, together with the dwell GameDay programming and conventional breakfast slots. He may also be a part of the workforce for all three of England’s group stage matches towards Croatia, Scotland and the Czech Republic.

On becoming a member of talkSPORT, Mourinho stated: “talkSPORT is the fan’s station and I can’t wait to hitch in. The Euros might be a unbelievable match and talkSPORT will seize all the thrill for followers.

“In my discussions with the workforce, I can really feel their pleasure for the Euros. I’m thrilled to be a part of it.”

Mourinho is not any stranger to punditry, spending time with Sky Sports following his exit from Manchester United in December 2018. During his time with Sky, Mourinho typically featured on Super Sunday, analysing the Premier League’s high matches.

On Mourinho’s resolution to hitch talkSPORT for this summer time’s eagerly anticipated Euros, talkSPORT chief Lee Clayton stated: “Jose Mourinho is a field workplace signing for talkSPORT. I can’t wait to listen to his views on England, Scotland and Wales in addition to the opposite giants of the match.

“His expertise and perception might be fascinating for talkSPORT listeners who may also get an unique alternative to place inquiries to him in post-match phone-ins.

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“talkSPORT proved within the latest Super League debacle that we’re a robust voice of the followers when their voices must be heard. Adding one of many nice titans of world soccer to our line-up will enhance the noise. As nicely as his highly effective, insightful opinions, I anticipate finding out if Jose can sing as a part of our talkSPORT Breakfast Show enjoyable.

“We purpose to be the house of the followers for the Euros, with distinctive 24/7 protection, together with phone-ins, the most recent information tales from contained in the coaching camps, dwell commentaries and on the street exhibits plus Jose Mourinho.

“Welcome to the workforce, Jose. Here’s to an exquisite match because the followers return to stadiums – and we create the noise of the competitors.”

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