Tottenham Hotspur new manager Jose Mourinho has said he will not make the mistakes he made in his past clubs during his managerial career.
“I realised I made mistakes,” BBC Sports quoted the 56-year-old Portuguese manager. “I’m not going to make the same mistakes. I’ll make new mistakes – but not the same.”
Mourinho, who would not be drawn on what mistakes he was referring to, added: “I am humble, humble enough to try and analyse my career – not just the last year, but the whole thing, the evolution, the problems and the solutions. Not to blame anyone else.
“It was a great thing. I went really deep with that analysis. A break was very positive for me. It was the first summer I did not work and I felt a little bit at a loss during that pre-season.
“I was always humble, in my way. The problem is you didn’t understand that” he concluded.
Jose Mourinho was heavily criticized on his inability to manage big players. An issue which led to his feud with Paul Pogba while in Manchester United. That happens to be one of the mistakes he made. He will be working now with a set of players who are young and talented and he hopes not to make such mistake again.