Jose Mourinho wants to take Roma to the highest level: “I want to win titles, because that’s what the club lives for. They are also fuel for the fans. But I quickly realized that the love for this team goes beyond that. A passion that is enduring, deep and almost familiar We fought for victory and built projects that worked in that direction. It would be perfect if it happened to me at the helm. Otherwise, it would be great to contribute to such a cause in the future.”
Gaffer gave an interview to Esquire: “I’m not surprised by what I find here. I worked in Italy for two years and met Roma several times. You can tell right away that the atmosphere is different. The enthusiasm of the fans was incredible. ”
Mourinho spoke of what he has improved over the years: “I would say anything. If a coach doesn’t develop, he doesn’t have the right mentality anymore. This is a job where your age or physical condition doesn’t matter. I’m just focused in the next game. You have a chance to see your trophy when you retire. I only think about the future. Today I feel more like a coach than 10 or 20 years ago.
Talking about the impact of technology on football, the manager said, “We actually have big screens that are directly connected to drones. We can work on tactics by looking at what we have done on the pitch. This is just an example. He also helps referees with post-match analysis, clearing and a few other areas. But we shouldn’t obsess over it, because nothing can replace human intelligence. “